Creature Comforts (1989)
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Creature Comforts is an Oscar-winning animated short from Aardman Animations and director Nick Park, the creator of the Wallace & Gromit series. As in his other works, Park mingles claymation and multidimensional characterizations with a dry, distinctly British sense of humor; this time around, his subject is the lives of animals in an English zoo. The film employs a documentary-like structure, presenting a series of interviews with zoo animals about their lives and homes. The central joke is
Jan 1, 1989 Wide
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Primordially funny: this is one of the few cartoons that get adults to laugh as helplessly as kids.
This series is, by turns, moving and hilarious, poignant and frivolous.
a delightful short subject with as much entertainment and artistic value as many feature-length films
Decent collection of the fine work of Aardman Animation. The Oscar-winning title film is the best of the bunch
A herd of witty, clever and delightfully sick claymation shorts.
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