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Daniel Corleone's Movie Reviews (1781)

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Babe (1995) 
Babe review
3/4 stars

Arthur Hoggett (James Cromwell) wins Babe, an affable innocent pig named Babe by his mother. Babe stays with Fly, a sheepdog, and her pups. He encounters Ferdinand, a duck who wants to be a rooster, a mean cat named Duchess and the mate of Fly, Rex. Rex gets jealous of the attention given to Babe. Arthur names Babe "Pig" to enter a sheepdog contest. Surprisingly funny and full of life lessons based on the intellectual screenplay. Lines such as: "The only way to find happiness is to accept..that the way things are is the way things are." "Being young, it's hard to discriminate." and "When childhood ends...and the doorway opens to a life as an adult." This reviewer was astounded to discover it was nominated for Best Picture (rivaling Braveheart). It won special effects and has become the standard for future "talking animals" on screen. Babe has a good heart and is like a child who continues to learn because of people (and animals) around him. Not entirely for kids, adults may pick-up something new once in a while after repeat viewings. Not bad for a pig whose destiny was realized and learned a few things along the journey.


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