Animal Crackers


Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

IMDb Rating 5.8 10 750


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August 4, 2020



Emily Blunt as Zoe
Ian McKellen as Horatio P. Huntington
Sylvester Stallone as Bullet-Man
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971.13 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
105 min
P/S N/A / N/A
1.95 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
105 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by markthomassintek 7 / 10 / 10

Family film

REVIEW - ANIMAL CRACKERS Why do I do it? I try to keep abreast of the latest movies so I can review them and saw the write up for this so thought I'd give it a try. Ok I'm not the target audience for this as I'm 51 years old and not 6 but here goes. Animated film and what attracted me to it was the sheer amount of stars doing the voice over for this include Danny Devito and Sylvester Stalone. Actually quite good, kept me interested anyway, not really the humour for adults and there isn't really any dual humour, one joke for kids and one for adults that the kids won't understand but enjoyed it none the less. Interesting story, set in modern times using mobile phones etc. Animation very good and a great way to waste 90 minutes with your kids who will just love this film. Definitely a family sit around the TV movie. Rating 7 out of 10

Reviewed by patrickmalloy-06236 4 / 10 / 10

Slightly messy film is saved by its humor, heart, and passion.

Animal Crackers was a rather pleasant surprise. Despite being based on Animal Cracker cookies of all things, the movie managed to exceed my expectations with its creativity, humor, style, and voice acting. The movie follows Owen and Zoe Huntington who, along with their daughter, inherit not only Owen's uncle's Circus, but also a box of Animal Crackers that allows who ever eats them to take the form of that animal. But that's an EXTREMELY paired down synopses because there's also a long standing feud with Owen's still living uncle Horatio, animosity between Owen and his father in law, a subplot involving a dog biscuit flavor like people food, and a few other speed bumps along the way. However, while the story can sometimes feel overcluttered with too many moving parts, it does make up for it with its creativity and economically delivered style. This is not a Pixar or Dreamworks movie so it's best to set your expectations before hand. With that said, despite this being an independently produced animated film it still looks vibrant with lots of details including a very well staged scene set to Queen's Don't Stop Me Now that's filled with creative transitions, smooth animation, and vibrant colors. The movies third act falls apart at the end especially since the antagonists does an abrupt turn and changes character from an egotistical jerk to a power mad villain bent on world domination(yes, seriously), but even despite its faults I do recommend it because it is well made, the performances are well delivered with good chemistry between the actors and you can certainly do worse in terms of family films. So marginal recommendation.

Reviewed by crazyburn87 4 / 10 / 10

Animation and voice acting is great

And that's about it. The art looks like a mass produced TV show for kids, and the design on most of the characters are boring and generic. The story is all over the place with a main plot that's super easy to predict. I'm not great at guessing plots, and I guessed the ending within the first 10 minutes. Boring subplots and cheap art, the movie is saved by the voice acting and the animation work, and if you have kids to love the cirkus and you are already paying for Netflix, then give it a watch

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