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Friday Family Film Night: WOLFWALKERS review

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FRIDAY FAMILY FILM NIGHT
Duration: 22:06
In which the Mister and the Monsters join me in reviewing WOLFWALKERS (2020), currently streaming on Apple TV. Directed by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart, from a script by Will Collins, story credit to Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart and Jericca Cleland (who's also listed as a consultant), the story is set in
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In which the Mister and the Monsters join me in reviewing WOLFWALKERS (2020), currently streaming on Apple TV. Directed by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart, from a script by Will Collins, story credit to Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart and Jericca Cleland (who's also listed as a consultant), the story is set in Ireland in  1650 and follows Robin and her father, who've left England by order of the Lord Protector to the Irish country to deal with a den of wolves.  Robin soon discoers their secret and is pulled into the story and struggle of the wolves and the Wolfwalkers who are a link between the humand and wolf world through magic.  Robin makes a true friend that blossoms into a family.  Superb storytelling with lovely and lush animation makes this a treat for all the senses.  The film is rated PG and really can be seen by anyone from 2 to 92.  The run time is 1 hour and 43 minutes but the pacing doesn't reflect the long run time.  Please note there are SPOILERS in this review.
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