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Babe: Pig in the City (1998)

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A movie directed by George Miller

Deservedly acclaimed as one of 1998's best films, this sequel to the beloved 1995 live-action fantasy proved a commercial catastrophe and a source of dismay to parents expecting another bucolic, sweet-natured fable. Every bit as sly and visually stunning … see full wiki

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Director: George Miller
1 review about Babe: Pig in the City (1998)

Not that funny nor that entertaining

  • Oct 9, 2006
Few sequels live up to the original, and I consider that the case here. Picking up where the first movie left of, the action quickly moves as Farmer Hoggett falls into a well and hurts himself, the wife fails at farming, so she and Babe go to the city to find help. Horror is what they find, and Babe has to rise to the occasion to save the day. The themes and moods of this movie are much different than the first one. Whereas the original Babe was very lighthearted, with occasional scenes of suspense and thorror, this movie is the opposite. Here there are mostly scenes of suspense, with only some lighthearted scenes. The comedy is not that good, but the special effects are a lot better. The overall look of the movie is darker too; instead of a city with bright greens under a blue sky, we have concrete, roads, and building walls. This reviewer did not like this movie that much, and was disappointed.

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