No Crackers Gromit, We've Forgotten the Crackers
A truly excellent adventure featuring Wallace and Gromit. I know I may
be in a minority here, but I think 'A Grand Day Out' was Wallace and
Gromit at there very best.
Wallace and Gromit are looking through brochures on where to go on
holiday. Wallace wants some cheese, but to his horror there is none. So
that gets him thinking, why not go to the moon, after all, the moon is
made of cheese. He builds a rocket and blast off is ready. But then
with one minute to go, he realises he has forgotten the crackers, so he
runs into the house, gets the crackers and gets back into the rocket
just in time for blast-off. On the moon, Wallace and Gromit tuck in to
the cheese. On the moon is a robot type creature. He steals a magazine
from Wallace and Gromit about skiing. This gets him thinking, he wants
to ski. So he tries to get on Wallace's rocket to get back to earth and
get skiing, meaning an emergency take-off for Wallace and Gromit. Oh
well, the robot changes the room into a massive skiing place.
What an adventure that will surely rank as one of television's greatest
twenty minutes. It's just so nice and so uniquely northern, references
to things like Lancashire Hotpot are moments to be treasured. Nick
Park's hard-work is shown in this adventure and you can see the great
output he put in to Wallace & Gromit. Also, fantastically voiced by
Peter Sallis, of 'Last of the Summer Wine' fame playing Norman Clegg,
who has a wonderful voice. So after this would come two more cracking
adventures, 'The Wrong Trousers' and 'A Close Shave' both great, but
not as good as this, then of course in 2005 a feature-length film 'The
Were Rabbit' came out and despite being again quite excellent, failed
to match the quality of the TV shows as a lot of the graphics were done
on computer and just didn't look as uniquely plastacinic (sorry if
that's not a word) as the TV shows did. But it is back again, to the
old way of plasticine, this Christmas in 'A Matter of Loaf and Death'
Another twenty-minute adventure for the BBC. Something tells me it's
going to be an extra special Christmas this year..
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Fun to watch. Really nice..
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Together with 'Wallace & Gromit: A Close Shave' and 'Wallace & Gromit: The
Wrong Trousers' this is one of the funniest things I have seen. The clay
animation looks great, the stories are very ingenious and the jokes are
great. If you get a chance to see this, please do it. You will have a
I have to say that both 'A Close Shave' and 'The Wrong Trousers' are
than this one, but you will still have a great time watching this