C {Shaun The Sheep DVD Review}

Most of the DVD reviews I do go a little something like this…DVD comes in the mail, kids tear in open, pop it in the DVD player and watch it over and over cuz it is NEW. I then ask them if they liked it and write my review.  I am not going to lie, most of the DVDs that I review, I have not seen. I just don’t have the time to sit and watch hours and hours of kids movies.

When my kids like them, they watch them over and over and I usually hear enough from the other room to know if it is inappropriate, funny, or just lame. But Shaun the Sheep was talked about and giggled about for so long at my house, I had to watch this one for myself.  Since they are just 5 minute episodes, I thought I would see what all the laughs were about. It reminded me of the old school clay-mation that I watched as a kid, but way more clever. It took me a minute to get used to the no talking bit (I do a lot more “listening” to movies rather then watching…moms multitask, right??) But once I started watching, I couldn’t take my eyes off the TV.

Spring into all-new lamb-tastic fun whenShaun the Sheep™:

Shear Madness leaps onto DVD from Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment.  Join the playful sheep and his farmyard friends in seven all-new adventures; thwarting his pesky swine neighbors, experiencing his first crush, embracing curiosity and having a blast.  Through it all, Shaun will always have your baaaa-ck! Five minute shorts of the series currently air in the U.S.on the Disney Channel and the series ranks in the top five animated shorts on the network! Sheep and Pigs and Aliens, oh my! It’s madness in the meadow with Shaun the Sheep and his flock of mischievous merrymakers! Shaun expertly stops the pigs from running amuck and turning the farm into a porky paradise. He amuses his friends when he falls head over hoof for a beautiful stranger and demonstrates what happens when curiosity gets the sheep after a hot air balloon lands and causes mayhem in the meadow… From the farm, to outer space and everywhere in between, Shaun and his barnyard buddies know how to have a woolly good time!

Episodes include:

  •  “Pig Trouble”
  • “Sheepless Nights”
  •  “Party Animals”
  •  “Cat’s Got Your Brain”
  •   “Two’s Company?”
  •   “What’s Up, Dog?”
  •  “Draw the Line”

Who would have thought a heard of sheep could be so funny to watch?? Real Mom approved!!

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