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Over The Hedge Film Review

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Introduction

Over The Hedge Over The Hedge being a computer-animated film immediately gathers the attention of children. The film is based on the cartoon comic strip written by Michael Fry and Thomas Lewis. It has been produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by Paramount Pictures, with the directors Tim Johnson and Karey Kirkpatrick and with the help of Bonnie Arnold as the producer. This film is certain to entertain anyone with a sense of humour. As the film has no particular age group it can be enjoyed by all. ...read more.

Middle

The group of woodland animals are unaware of the Racoon's plans and thinks he is trying to help prepare them for the next spring. RJ causes the group to be caught stealing food by the humans and they contact exterminators, the conclusion is for you to discover... This film is relies on comedy to be successful. The witty script and hilarious characters that are mostly down to the great actors; William Shatner, Bruce Willis, Steve Carell, Wanda Sykes and Avril lavigne, to name just a few, not to mention the script writers contribute to the films comic abilities. ...read more.

Conclusion

No movie can be perfect and this one is no exception. Over The Hedge lacks personality when it comes to characters, with only one character bursting with fabulous traits. The idea of a group of different species of woodland animals living together doesn't seem very realistic, but this film doesn't have to be realistic as it is just an animated film. I would suggest seeing this film because it doesn't depend your age; it is almost certain to emit amusement and definitely won't fail to satisfy. Especially great for children, but is sure to put a smile on anyone's face. ...read more.

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