Ferdinand movie review: American’s animated comedy-drama

Ferdinand movie review: American’s animated comedy-drama

Ferdinand is American 3D animated comedy-drama which is directed by Carlos Saldanha. It is produced by Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox Animation. Ferdinand is the story of a bull who would rather smell flowers than fight in bullfights. Ferdinand movie is based on the children book “The story of Ferdinand” written by American author Munro Leaf and illustrated by Robert Lawson’s.The animated Ferdinand movie stars the voice of John Cena, Kate Mckinnon, Bobby Cannavale, Gina Rodriguez, David Tennant, Miguel Ángel Silvestre and Anthony Anderson. It is a good entertainment for both children and adults.

The plot of the movie revolves around the Ferdinand bull who is totally different then regular bulls and is in love with nature. He loves to smells flower rather than fighting in the bullfight. Also, during the bullfight, it sits in the middle of the bullring failing to take attention of any provocations of the matador and other to fight. It is the animated movie which conceived on the traditional line. Ferdinand is the entertaining and likeable movie for the audiences especially children. In this movie young bull calf who don’t love to fight has brought in the ring of Spanish countryside and trained fight matadors. However, Bull’s sensitive soul would rather grow flowers for a living. After the wrenching disaster struck, Ferdinand escapes the farm and find the brief happiness with a human family who have flower business.

Ferdinand movie was set across the contrasting environment that makes it more attractive. In this movie crux strikes when Ferdinand need to decide if he is fighting bull or flower smelling bull in order to earn his freedom. Ferdinand has great animations with nice comedy twist in the plot. You can really hang on for the comedy in the film bringing good dose of laughter for whole family.

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