Babe: Pig in the City (Babe 2) (1998)
Mrs. Esme Cordelia Hoggett
Farmer Arthur Hoggett
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A good movie
Nowhere near as good as the original
In my opinion, what a waste of time! Bland story, bad directing, gross effects, incredibly annoying unfunny ch... read more
" Babe, fresh from his victory in the sheepherding contest, returns to Farmer Hoggett's farm, but after Farmer Hoggett is injured and unable to work, Babe has to go to the big city to save the farm. Darker and stranger than the original film, the idea of humans exploiting animals to no real end, critics gave the movie mixed reviews and audiences didn’t think that the film wasn’t as magical as Babe. However, the movie ended up with a cult following, years later. Peter Gabriel, also contrib"
"First viewing - Jan. 24th And thus it was no surprise that we watched the sequel the next day. It's far more ridiculous of a film, but Babe retains his best qualities and they guide him through everything he experiences. There are elaborate stunt set pieces that only George Miller could pull off this well, and I found myself in awe of some of them. I wound up enjoying it despite the frequency that it went beyond my suspension of disbelief, but of the two films I'm less likely to sit through thi"
"The first film, was somewhat cute, the sequel however takes the whole cute thing, and then substitutes it for one heck of a dark, depressing film. Mickey Rooney also make a cameo, as one of the saddest looking clowns in film history."
"The farm is more like a garden, and the city is basically a wacky, almost Animal Crossing type island, inside a huge dome with cliffs on the east and west. And just like that, Farmer Hoggett has to travel by helicopter (with Babe inside) to capture a hoard of scorpions and sell them all to pay off the farm’s debt, using only the darnedest methods. Many efforts to package them all later, they arrive back on the farm, and scatter all the scorpions they could catch into a hole (hundreds of them. "
"FORMAT: 35mm CONDITION: ★★★★★ NOTES: Much better preservation than the last one, with a tidy picture and near-perfect changeovers, the only fault being that one during the pit bull chase began with a black frame and a beep. But even that lasted under a half-second. DATE: May 6th 2019 CINEMA: The Prince Charles Cinema LOCATION: London"
"SCREENING: 35mm double bill DATE: May 6th CINEMA: The Prince Charles Cinema LOCATION: West End"
" Directed by: George Miller Produced by: Doug Mitchell, George Miller, and Bill Miller Written by: George Miller, Judy Morris, and Mark Lamprell Based on characters created by: Dick King-Smith Cinematography: Andrew Lesnie Edited by: Jay Friedkin and Margaret Sixel Music by: Nigel Westlake Songs by: Randy Newman Distributed by: Universal Pictures"