Unsere Kinder lieben diesen Film. Sie nennen ihn zwar nicht das Grüffelo, sondern: wir wollen "Die Maus spaziert im Wald herum" schauen. Der Film geht keine. Der Grüffelo ist ein Fernsehfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führten Max Lang und Jakob Schuh. Die Coproduktion von BBC und ZDF wurde erstmals zu. Und wenn man keinen hat, muss man einen erfinden. Die kleine Maus droht jedem, der sie fressen will, mit dem schrecklichen Grüffelo. Dabei gibt`s Grüffelos.
Der GrüffeloBeide haben während dem Film gesagt, dass das Buch viel, viel besser ist und Grüffelo im Film grauslich ist. Schade!! Lesen Sie weiter. 14 Personen fanden diese. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Der Grüffelo. Um ihren verängstigten Nachwuchs zu beruhigen, erzählt die Eichhörnchenmutter von der klugen kleinen. Der Grüffelo ist ein Fernsehfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führten Max Lang und Jakob Schuh. Die Coproduktion von BBC und ZDF wurde erstmals zu.
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Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Short enough that it held the toddler's attention but detailed enough for the kindergartener.
It led to them playing their own game of Gruffalo that included new versions of the character a Gruffalo snake with a poisonous play dough nose that demands Blue Jay ice cream plus drawings to boot.
Glad I found this short video gem and look forward to showing my kids the book, too. Images in this review. I've already started using quips from the book and DVD.
My grandkids young and older love it. I've watched the DVD 22, times at my house with my grandson and read this book at his house at least 10, times you know I'm kidding, don't you?
This book is along the lines of the "Little Engine that Could" and "A good line can get you out of and into trouble".
The animation in the DVD and the artwork in the book are both Oscar and Pulitzer Prize worthy the DVD won one. Your kids, friends maybe not the really sophisticated ones who still smoke a pipe in their dressing gown , grandparents, grandkids, will love it How can you not love the story of this mouse that just wanted an acorn What's even more enchanting, is finding the little nuances in the DVD, like where the bugs hit the spider web as they trail along after the mouse.
Currently my daughter's 2 years old favorite movie. We often read the book then have to watch the movie. Sometimes we get to watch the move 2 or 3 times in a day on the weekends.
The best part about this movie besides the wonderful voice actors or the animation or the wonderful fact that it is less than a half hour??
It's not Frozen!!!! We found this movie by accident on a crummy, cold winter day when we needed something to keep dear daughter distracted long enough to get a meal going and switch some laundry.
It was a "well, there's nothing else on Netflix; and we're not watching Frozen again; I like Helena Bonham Carter; oooh Robbie Coltrain isn't he Hagrid?
I even bought the DVD for her birthday, so we will always have it once Netflix decides to remove it, but our house alone should be keeping the viewing rate high enough to keep it active for a while longer :.
Cute "bedtime" story about a mouse with a vivid imagination who scares away potential predators. Nice voice acting by Helena Bonham Carter mother squirrel , James Corden mouse , Tom Wilkinson fox , John Hurt owl , Rob Brydon snake , and Robbie Coltrane as the Gruffalo.
The animation CGI is a bit rough or simplified, yet it captures the character's emotions fairly well. The film is based on a children's book of the same name written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler.
The film was nominated for an Oscar best animated short in Some scenes may be a bit too scary for the very young.
Otherwise, "Gruffalo" is a pleasant and amusing film for the entire family. I bought this for my grandson partly based on the many reviews.
My grandson loves it. I love it. It is ideal for very young children because it is a book narrated in the really gentle, beautiful voice of Helena Bonham-Carter.
It is a non scary, scary story in which even the Gruffalo has a rather appealing ugliness. The length is perfect for my 2. I guess what I appreciated most is the simplicity of the tale and the illustrations, no violence of any sort not even playful , not too many words, nothing to scare a toddler, and the perfect length.
I've bought and shelved a lot of movies meant for toddlers I always watch them first because they contain scenes that are not appropriate for children who are at an age where they imitate things they see without being able to discriminate between appropriate and non appropriate behaviours.
This is just plain lovely and I won't get bored watching it many times. With a grandson who is extremely active, it is just great to have a story which calms him down before bedtime.
As an aside, I would really appreciate people reviewing the actual product and not the shipping and packaging problems they experienced.
It's not helpful to those of us who want to read about the product itself. I'm speaking to the person who gave this film one star and others who do the same.
The Gruffalo is fantastic. This favorite story book is so short that I wondered at first how it could be made into a half-hour cartoon.
However, I was delightfully surprised at hour the story was handled, framing it in the story being told to a family of squirrels.
The animation is beautiful and it is well acted by some pretty famous actors like Helena Bonham Carter and John Hurt.
There are some times of the story where no words are spoken and the focus is on the surroundings of the little mouse and the squirrels, but the timing is such that it is not enough to be boring and if you look closely at the animals and things in the wood there are actually some pretty funny moments.
It was oddly mesmerizing, I would recommend it to any family. Absolutely delightful little tale which even had this 66 year-old male laughing with delight the kids will enjoy it too!
Can't go wrong if you love witty simple stories about talking animals! Only a total "feeb" could find this wonderful story less than a wonderful delight.
See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. What is it with the Gruffalo? My daughter loves the book, has a Gruffalo jumper with purple prickles all down its back and even had a Gruffalo themed Birthday party.
This DVD is ace. It has a great level of detail, and adds to the narrative. Having narrowly avoided a predator herself, a mother squirrel calms the nerves of her two young children by telling them a story of a plucky young mouse who travels deep into the woods in search of food only to find predators at every turn ready to trick him into becoming their next meal.
While the satellite channels have pretty much taken away the "big movie premiere" as an event on BBC at Christmas time, the BBC still have their usual weapons by their sides to ensure that people looking for easy festive distraction know they can come to them.
As a result we do get several episodes of Eastenders but it does also mean special films of existing shows such as Dr Who etc which sometimes can be quite good, but also animated programmes.
Based on the very successful children's book which I've not read , the rhyming dialogue of the mouse's speech appears to have made it as has the look and feel of the film since the animation is very close to what I have seen of the book.
In terms of substance it is very simple but effective — you know where it is going but it has an easy delight to it that one cannot help enjoying.
I'm not sure if it is from the book or not but I felt that the narrative device of having us be told the mouse's story via another story teller and being able to see her audience while also be the audience ourselves really did work to make it a bit more engaging.
The cast is fairly packed with famous voices as well and not just for UK viewers, which is normally how it works. Although I personally am yet to see what everyone likes about him, Corden does a good job as the mouse — despite the feeling that the BBC were putting him in everything this was his first of three appearances at Christmas.
He is quite restrained in his delivery, which suits the mouse and the clever little rhyming style of his speech. Carter's narrator is balanced and responsible, with Brydon, Hurt and Wilkinson doing good work in small bits as the predators.
Coltrane is the only one that really makes an impression though, since his voice is quite distinctive and he plays up the gruff aspect of it.
In terms of the stars, they are all good without being so good that it explains their involvement, but I suppose it helps the film and also represented an easy time commitment from them.
What really made it for me though was the animation. The film looks great but it does it in a way that never feels showy or like it is being done for the sake of it.
In terms of bringing it to the screen it somehow manages to be impressive and detailed but yet also keep the rounded colourful nature that one would expect with a children's animated book.
To me, the animation did more than the star names in terms of creating the characters and while the casting is a coup that catches the eye, the animators deserve a lot of credit as well.
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