Maudlin sentiment, miserablist humor and scatological sight gags are affectionately but awkwardly molded together in a glum tale of friendship between two very unlikely pen pals.
Wallace And Gromit
After their bigscreen outing in "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit," Aardman Animation's clay man and dog duo return to the smallscreen for their next escapade.
After a critically lauded but commercially troubled six-year partnership with DreamWorks Animation, Aardman is back on its own. The British claymation giant officially terminated its five-picture…
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