Who will like it: British people. People that liked Wallace and Gromit. Sheep.
If you ever want a theme song to be stuck in your head until the end of time, then you need to see 2015’s Shaun the Sheep. The Aardman stop motion animated film is a spin-off of the wildly popular Shaun the Sheep shorts. I remember them playing on Disney channel a few years back, and I always liked them.
The plot of the film is simple. When the farmer accidentally gets lost in the big city, Shaun and the other sheep must help find him.
The film is very British. Incredibly British. Tea and crumpets British. If you’re not used to their style of humor, the film might bore you. The film’s pacing is fair, so children shouldn’t have a hard time keeping up. Adults should be able to enjoy it, too. The stop-motion art style is particularly fun to watch.
I’d recommend picking this up at the rental place (or whatever people do to get movies nowadays). It’s a fun movie, and the family will enjoy it.
Oh, and it has sheep 🙂