Feast Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 1953

Average Rating: 3/4

# of Ratings: 14

Theatrical Release Date: 11/07/2014

Language: English

Genre: Animation, Comedy

MPAA Rating: G

Director: Patrick Osborne

Actors: Tommy Snider, Ben Bledsoe, Katie Lowes, Adam Shapiro, Brandon Scott, Stewart Levine

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Rating of
3/4

Chris Kavan - wrote on 11/24/2014

Like all the shorts played before Disney films, Feast is vibrant and cheerful - even when things take a turn for the depressing. Even though I have never owned a pet, I've been around enough to know how they can affect your life. Granted, the dog in the short is seemingly immortal (or a time lord, maybe) - but otherwise it a very sweet short.

Rating of
3/4

Gabe - wrote on 11/24/2014

Actually a really well done, hand-drawn short. It's about a man, his dog, a girl, and food. I thought it was great. It showed us the emotional impact that pets can have on relationships, both good and bad (Disclaimer: I don't own a pet and never will). I liked how it ended with the dog growing up with the family, but realistically, and yes I know this is geared towards children, but there's no way the dog lives as long as it does, and I think you could have extended the short to show the dog dying and how it affects the family dynamic.

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Matthew Brady
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Rating of
3/4

Cheerful, Depressing and happy again

Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/12/2015

A man's best friend to the very end.

The story is about a man's love life is seen through the eyes of his best friend and dog, Winston, and revealed bite by bite through the meals they share.

Feast is a 6 minute short film that by now judging on the date of this review, this short film has been nominated for Best Short Film at the Oscars and who knows... it might win. Okay so this a short film and that means this review might not be has long as my other reviews, so basically it's a short little review on this cheerful short film, well it might be a long review.

I got to say that the first ever scene in this short film with the little dog barking and being a happy puppy was the cutest and the most adorable thing I've seen since the beginning of the 2008 film Bolt. Have you ever …

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