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On the English South Coast, Chris (Ewan McGregor, Star Wars: Episodes 1-3), a young farm worker, dreams of the chance to join the army and fight in exciting new lands. His chance comes when the three top Nazis the enormous Goering, the malnourished Goebbels and the scarily campy Himmler hatch a plan to invade England by drilling under the English Channel and into the heart of London. With the entire British army stuck in Dunkirk and no military support to defend the country, Churchill (Timothy Spall, The King s Speech) issues a final radio broadcast from his bunker in Downing Street. Upon hearing the broadcast, Chris rallies the reluctant villagers, aided by American pilot Billy Fiske (Dominic West, The Wire), demanding that they help save England and the world! Tom Wilkinson (Michael Clayton), Alan Cumming (X-Men), Rosamund Pike (Barney s Version), and Richard E. Grant (Withnail and I) round out the all-star voice cast of this riotous supermarionation epic.
It's amusing on occasion, but without much wit in the screenplay the format becomes tiresome.
This movie brought me back to the era of childrens marrianett style of programming but with a bit of adult but not crass humor, and rediculously entertaining.
The other major problem with the movie is that is tries to be funny by deliberately being stupid.
I failed to notice this is a movie done with dolls in stop motion animation. I had some amusing bits, but I think if I were English I might of enjoyed it more than I did. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Blaine
It's a Team America World Police style puppet movie...except it's WW II! The incredible potential for humor of that first sentence is fully realized.Published 8 months ago by Andy C. Blozinski
This movie brought me back to the era of childrens marrianett style of programming but with a bit of adult but not crass humor, and rediculously entertaining. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Louis A. Diaz
"Never have so few . . .buggered it up . . . for so many . . ." This weird little annimated feature--a first effort from brothers Ed and Rory McHenry of the UK--can't quite decide... Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by Terrance Aldon Shaw