Why the kids need to see Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

A fun film for the whole family

Why the kids need to see Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

It’s four years since the mischievous sheep last appeared on the big screen and now he’s back in an equally hilarious standalone sequel.

When Shaun and the flock encounter a cute alien with extraordinary powers who has crash landed near their farm, they set about trying to get her home in order to prevent an alien invasion called Farmageddon.

Filled with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments for all the family, big kids and little kids alike will enjoy the film as they fall in love with this claymation character all over again.

No asteroids are hurtling toward Earth in this stop motion clay animation, though a flying frozen pizza does softly slice the top off an elderly shopper’s hairdo.

Lu-La the little alien lands on Earth with a bang after messing around in her parents space ship. Stranded miles away from home she befriends Shaun and his flock, and eventually wins over the farm sheepdog, who all help her to get back home.

There are so many laugh-out-loud moments for the whole gang. Even the four-year-old was giggling.

It’s real family feel-good watching that will leave you all with that warm fuzzy feeling. What more could you ask for?

DIRECTOR
Will Becher and Richard Phelan

RELEASE DATE
Now showing

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