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Disney's Home on the Range DVD Review

Disney's Home on the Range DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews Disneys new Home on the Range animated movie about talking cows and cattle rustlers!

Welcome to the Wild West where the buffalo roam, cowboys ride and the farm animals constantly chat it up with one another. Disney's latest movie, Home on the Range, is an animated adventure starring three cows, a farm full of critters, a cattle rustler and a horse, of course. How does this singing, dancing, farm-savin' adventure stack up? Grab your cowboy hat and read Kidzworld's movie review!

Home on the Range - Animated Movie Fun

What do you get when you mix singing cows, a failing farm, cattle rustlers and heroic horses all into one animated adventure? You get about an hour and 15 minutes of hijinks, humor and fun. The three cows Maggie (Roseanne), Mrs. Caloway and Grace are off to save the farm and stop the cattle rustler, while Buck the horse (Cuba Gooding Jr.), tries to be a hero and the villainous Alameda Slim rustles cattle with his wicked yodeling. There are some cool moments, fun characters (Jeb the Goat rocks!) and a bunch of laughs to keep you chuckling.

Home on the Range - Cartoon Calamities

For all its humor, this animated Disney moo-vie has a serious case of the blahs. Nothing about this flick will have you rolling on the floor laughing, and there are even some groaner moments. Plus, the singing is weak and there's a belching cow scene that'll make you want to run away screaming.

Home on the Range - DVD Features

Like the movie, the DVD extras on Home on the Range kind of fall short. There's a behind-the-scenes feature that's pretty dull - you'll definitely be tuning out half-way through it. The Games and Activities section is a bit corny, but it can be kind of fun, especially if you and your friends wanna show off your yodelling skills. There are a few deleted scenes that really show how the whole animation process works, which is probably the coolest part of the extras. Also, you don't miss the music video that is included either, it's the theme song from the movie, sung by the Beu Sisters.

Home on the Range - Curtain Call

If you're in the mood for a silly movie, this flick will give you an hour of chuckles, but don't expect a movie masterpiece. Catch it on cheap night with a bunch of rowdy friends.

Home on the Range - Movie Clip

Click Here to view a clip from the movie.

Home on the Range Movie Rating:
3

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