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Chicken Little (2005)

5 Ratings: 2.2
Comedy movie directed by Mark Dindal

A classic fable gets fused withWar of the Worldsin Disney'sChicken Little. In the small town of Oakey Oaks, young Chicken Little (voiced by Zach Braff,Garden State) struggles to live down the embarrassment of having once thought the sky was falling. … see full wiki

Director: Mark Dindal
Genre: Comedy
4 reviews about Chicken Little (2005)
review by . January 30, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Pleasantly Surprised With This Animated Film
   Well this is one of those rare instances where the plethora of mediocre reviews littering the internet were invaluable at lowering my expectations going in.  To be honest, I liked this one far, far more than I expected to based on popular consensus alone.  I think the reason for this is due in part to the simple fact that I’ve done the old fable turned modern CG film many, many times in the past and can attest to how horribly wrong it can all go (try any of the Unstable …
review by . July 13, 2006
The kid's fined this enjoyable but not as much. I fear that there aren't many good storytellers left at Disney Feature Animation, and there didn't seem to by any present for the making of "Chicken Little". The story itself, chronicling the tales of the title character proving to his community that he is not a failure, was a good enough premise. Though it wasn't executed well at all. Instead of solid, premise-building scenes where it's main characters interact well with others (and get the viewers …
review by . March 16, 2006
posted in Movie Hype
Walt Disney has never been very interested in staying authentic to the fairy tales, fables, and legends that it uses as fodder for many of the animated movies that they make. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, ALADDIN, CINDERELLA, PINOCCHIO, and company are all quite different than the original stories they are based upon (in fact, the only time animated Disney movies have attempted to be authentic was in the telling of MULAN--why is that?). Therefore, it shouldn't be surprising that in CHICKEN LITTLE about …
review by . March 09, 2006
posted in Movie Hype
I recently watched this animated feature film with my five-year old grandson, Cameron Morris, and we both enjoyed it thoroughly but for different reasons. That's an important issue for parents, grandparents, and other adult relatives of small children. Literally, this film offers "something for everyone." Cameron was intrigued by the strained relations which soon develop between Chicken Little (with Zach Braff's voice) and his father, Buck Cluck (Garry Marshall). He thoroughly enjoyed the mayhem …
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