There is something strange going on in the peaceful town of Mossingham, right after the fantastic rescue mission in Shaun the Sheep Movie (2015). As mischievous Shaun orders in pizza for the woolly flock under the nose of the Farmer, and Bitzer, the ever-watchful sheepdog, a mysterious, fast-moving UFO enters the Earth's atmosphere and crash-lands near the verdant Mossy Bottom Farm. Now, Lu-La, the extraordinary friendly creature from the depths of the galaxy, is in grave danger, light-years away from home. Can Shaun, and the rest of the lambs, lend a helping hand, and protect their new extraterrestrial companion from the Ministry of Alien Detection, and its unstoppable leader, Agent Red?Written by
Aardman's first film with the 2020 MPA logo. See more »
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Aardman variation: At the beginning of the film, we see a sheep at a keyboard. He begins to play 4 notes of "Life's a Treat", While Grouped letters of the Aardman logo appear. When it reaches the final note. The word appears in 1 whole. He presses a note forming the star, Takes the music book and walks away, The lights dim out and the word Aardman fades out as the star zooms into outer space, turning white in the process See more »
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Whilst OK, it's nowhere near as funny as the first Shaun movie. I don't know what's missing, but some of the magic just isn't there, perhaps the storylone was a bit slight for its running time . I have to admit to looking at the screen on the player to see how much of it was left after about half an hour.
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