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Bunyan & Babe [DVD] [2017]

  • SKU: 5889509
  • Release Date: 03/07/2017
  • Rating: PG
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    Bunyan & Babe [DVD] [2017]
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    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (3 out of 3)

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    Synopsis


    Bunyan & Babe
    After traveling through a portal near his grandparents' farm, a young boy named Travis (voice of Johnny Orlando) is shocked to meet American folk hero Paul Bunyan (John Goodman) and his pet ox Babe (Jeff Foxworthy). Soon, Bunyan and Babe decide to explore the real world, where they help Travis and his family fight back against a greedy real-estate developer (Kelsey Grammer). ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • John Goodman
      John Goodman - Paul Bunyan
    • Kelsey Grammer
      Kelsey Grammer - The Amazing Blackstone / Norm Blandsford
    • Jeff Foxworthy
      Jeff Foxworthy - Babe the Blue Ox
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      Johnny Orlando - Travis
    • Mark Hamill
      Mark Hamill - Grandpa



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    Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 3 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Unique, interesting and great ending

      Posted
      kidsfirstmedia

      This movie is really unique and interesting. I have never before seen a plot quite like this. The events that happen are quite unusual and I really enjoyed how the ending turned out. The film follows Travis (Johnny Orlando) who encounters some challenges when he goes to his grandparent’s farm for the summer. By accident, he travels to a different world and gets some big help from the legendary Paul Bunyan (John Goodman) and his talking blue ox, Babe. When they get back to the normal world, they realize that he didn’t just end up in a different world for no reason. He is chased after witnessing Blackstone, a magician, hypnotize a store owner and force her to sell her land to him. Blackstone’s bodyguard is the one who chased him. Eventually, everyone realizes that Blackstone and his brother, Norm Blandsford (Kelsey Grammer) a greedy land developer, are working together. They realize the problem is bigger than they initially thought. I love how John Goodman’s voice perfectly fits what I think Paul Bunyan might sound like. His voice is deep and strong like a macho man, which seems really fitting. I also liked how Travis (Johnny Orlando) uses his voice to help us know what Travis is feeling. For example, when Travis wants to help Paul Bunyan find Babe, his voice sounds really determined, which shows the audience how persevering he is. The animation is spectacular. I particularly enjoyed seeing how the body language of each character shows what they are feeling. I also enjoyed seeing Blackstone’s hypnotic device on his hand. It is amazing how the animators made the light look like it was going toward the character and not just staying on the screen of the device. I almost felt like I was being hypnotized myself! My favorite part of the film is when Babe escapes and starts drinking the toxic water. It amused me that he was so careless. I couldn’t believe that he didn’t see how the color of the water was abnormal and it looked really gross. It was funny to me when Norm Blandsford sees Babe who is just lying there, out cold. This film’s message is one that many children and even adults can relate to - even though you are small, you can still do big things. This doesn’t only mean small size-wise. It can also mean small, as in just one person in a big world. This message encourages people to keep trying and to never give up, no matter what challenges are in your way, such as being small. The message can also inspire people to not limit themselves as to what they can do, because of things they can’t control, such as being small, not pretty, or not being smart. This message is very important and could help a lot of people get over their insecurities and be more confident in themselves. I really enjoyed watching this movie and I give it 5 out of 5 stars. I recommend it to ages of 4 to 10. Reviewed by Jolleen M. KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews by youth, visit kidsfirst dot org.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Wonderful

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      Kelly
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      My grandson has loved this movie for 8 months now and he is still watching it everyday.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Cute movie

      Posted
      Loveanimals
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      This was a very cute and funny movie! Would recommend!

      I would recommend this to a friend


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