This aint no chick flick
A Claymation adventure from the creators of “Wallace and Gromit.” Peter Lord and Nick Park were the brains in this multi-challenging movie. Directing a Claymation with such emotions shown in this feature length film was not a simplistic task. Trying to show emotions like- anger, love, hate, fear, surprise, happiness, misery.
The film teaches young children to work together towards succeeding in their goals. Chicken run follows an uncertain romance between two farmyard chickens, Ginger (Julia Sawalha) and Rocky (Mel Gibson), who hope for freedom and plan a daring ‘prisoner of war’ style escape.
Though escape wont come as easy as they hoped. The chickens would have to under go a series of plans and tests, it might even mean chickens losing their heads. Mr. & Mrs. Tweedy are not ready to let the chickens escape nor are the chickens willing to give up.
Mr. Tweedy suspects that the chickens are organized much to his surprise its all true. Mrs. Tweedy is too much thinking about the profit side of the egg farm and passes all the evidence that the chickens are planning an escape.
None of the Tweedy’s relies that they had a extra rooster on the chicken farm. Willing to keep the farm in business Mrs. Tweedy has ordered something unexpected something the chickens will be dreading to face for a long time, until the day of the escape.
If they escape, seems like a distant future although the chickens may never leave the dark, dangerous farm. Who knows what will happen next will they fly to freedom or crash and burn.