DT: Spongebob Movie 2: Sponge out of Water ~ 2015Directors: Paul TibbitMore Like This
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Hello, my friends! Welcome to the next Duckyworth’s Thoughts review!
Folks, we need to have a little talk today – about an animated series that has been around for about 16 years. The series is, of course, Spongebob Squarepants. :iconspongebobplz: I first got into this series when I was about seven years old, and the first three seasons of the show quickly became my favourite cartoon. And fourteen years later, it may not be my NUMBER ONE favourite show anymore – just losing out to Ginga Nagareboshi Gin – but it’s still my second favourite show. And then, as I was nearing the age of ten, something that was like a dream come true for me happened – a MOVIE was released based on the Spongebob Squarepants series. :iconspongebobwowplz: As a nine year old boy who was an avid fan of the show, it was all that I ever wanted, and the
Review: BarnyardMore Like This
Was browsing on my attic and then I randomly came across this and it still worked despite the cover being budged and scratched (I don't even remember how that happened. Maybe my aquintance's dog, that's all I can think of). At first I just left it, but I did feel like reviewing something and it's a not too popular animated movie. Why not?
Barnyard follows the story of a cow named Otis on a farm with the same name as the movie. The farm is like any other farm when the farmer himself is around, but after he leaves the animals to their own, the farm transforms into a civilisation. All animals can apparently walk, talk, think, and party like humans.
Naturally, all of these different species coming together would result in a mess, but the 'mayor' of the farm, a cow named Ben, organizes everything well enough to make life on the farm go smooth.
He is worrying, however, about his son and successor Otis, who doesn't take anyt