The Fantastic Mr. Fox

The Fantastic Mr. Fox

           The Fantastic Mr. Fox
               Genre: literature, comedy, animation
               Forest, farm, fox, badger, instinct
  The hallmark of Mr. Fox is a whistling and snapping, which underlines his impetuous and loving character. The original American version does as a speaker at the Who’s Who of Hollywood, from George Clooney as Mr. Fox, Meryl Streep as Mrs. Fox and Willem Dafoe, who lends his voice in the rat. The German sync this animated film comes up with similar star cast, for Andrea Sawatzki and Christian Berkel says Mrs. Fox gives the smart four-legged friend the erotic clever touch. Mr. Fox is a philanderer and chicken hunter who is dedicated to only by his marriage to Mrs. Fox the idyllic family life including young and lets the chickens his finger. This will, after a few years, but boring, and he takes his old trade again. Only a few times yet he wants to revive the adrenaline-filled moments and seek active support from the mole, the rat and the roof. His actions should be primarily directed against the nasty farmers Grob, Grimm and greyish directed to make themselves at the expense of the animals a good life. Mrs. Fox, and his son and nephew may of course know nothing of these thefts, but of course the three come to him on the ropes, because Mr. Fox is indeed clever but somewhat scatterbrained. Ado, the teen foxes are clamped, as the nephew is very skillful and clever, and the son is characterized by dreams and reckless daring. Now begins the struggle of man against beast, and while some resort to excavators, dozers and other equipment, they outwit the other with animal cooperation and cleverness. It is not hard to guess who the bad guys here and who are the good guys. This is the animated characters ultimately written on their faces, for Mr. Fox and Co all look sweet, cute and cunning, while the men are marked by nasty facial expressions and gestures. But the animals are given human traits by stilts on their hind legs in the upright walking through the scenes and wear fancy clothes. From sneakers to high heels, from the suits to costumes, everything is possible. The Fantastic Mr. Fox is in a slightly altered form, the cinematic animation of the classic children’s Roald Dahl’s 1970 and sometimes recalls the Animal Farm by George Orwell, because with all the funny ideas that are implemented in the film ironically, It is ultimately a profound parable of good and evil, of morality and immorality. , Wes Anderson, who was recently talking with the comedy of Darjeeling Limited has, with The Fantastic Mr. Fox made his first animated film, for which he received two Oscar nominations. In intricate stop-motion technique, it gives the children’s book by Roald Dahl heroes on the one hand a modern face, the other an air of past days shimmers in it. You have Mr. Fox and his animal companions and human Gegenstreiter just love. Be it the slender hips of Mr. Fox, the deep blue eyes of his wife and the funny costumes of his son (especially the stocking mask!) Or the human-distorted features of the hideous farmer Grob, Grimm, and horrible, so is each character a wonderful life of its own breathed that it would attract even the adults enthusiastically to the movies. (Silvy Pommerenke)
  Title: The Fantastic Mr. Fox Original Title: The Fantastic Mr. Fox Country of production: USA Production year: 2009 Length: 87 (Min.) Distribution: Twentieth Century Fox

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