Reviews

May 12, 2006
It's a surprising misstep from the people who gave us Chicken Run.
Oct 15, 2005
When Nick Park stretches his claymation to feature-film length, it gets a little thin.
Oct 15, 2005
Eminently worth seeing, even if it leaves you wishing it were as consistently inventive as Aardman's first feature, Chicken Run.
Oct 11, 2005
Wallace and Gromit is clever but rarely funny. It's too quaint, too perfectly "fine."
Oct 11, 2005
It's slightly amusing and I'd say when it comes out on video or if you catch it on cable, but to rush out to theaters...
Oct 8, 2005
Like the Looney Tunes gang before them, Wallace and Gromit are better taken in small doses.
Oct 6, 2005
There seems to be a fairly rabid cult following for the quirky claymation characters of Wallace and Gromit, but count me out. This is a chaotic mess of a film.
Oct 6, 2005
There is a flaccid, overextended feel to the antics, as if the characters had been stretched like Silly Putty 'til they cried uncle.
Oct 6, 2005
The subject matter strains under the weight of a full-length film, even one that runs only 84 minutes. Much of the running time feels padded out.