EARLY MAN [2018] [Blu-ray] [UK Release]
A Film By Academy Award® Winner Nick Park!

‘EARLY MAN’ is the new prehistoric comedy adventure from four-time Academy Award® winning director Nick Park and Aardman Animation, the creators of WALLACE AND GROMIT and SHAUN THE SHEEP. Shot in Aardman Animation's own distinctive style, the film will take audiences on an extraordinary journey into an exciting new world, unleashing an unforgettable tribe of unique and funny new characters voiced by an all-star British cast.

Set at the dawn of time, when prehistoric creatures roamed the earth. ‘EARLY MAN’ tells the story of courageous caveman hero Dug [Eddie Redmayne] and his best friend Hognob [Nick Park], as they unite his tribe against a mighty enemy, Lord Nooth [Tom Hiddleston], and his Bronze Age City to save their home.

FILM FACT No.1: Awards and Nominations: 2018 British Independent Film Awards: Win: Best Effects for Howard Jones. 2018 European Film Awards: Nomination: European Animated Feature Film for Nick Park. 2018 Hollywood Music in Media Awards: Nomination: Best Original Song in an Animated Film for Jamie N. Commons (written), Ben Epand (written) and New Hope Club (performed). 2018 International Online Cinema Awards: Nomination: Best Animated Feature Film for Nick Park. 2019 Annie Awards: Nomination: Best Animated Feature Film for Nick Park. Nomination: Outstanding Achievement for Character Animation in an Animated Feature Production for Lauire Sitzia-Hammond. Nomination: Outstanding Achievement for Animated Effects in an Animated Feature Production for Dave Alex Riddett, Elena Vitanza Chiarani, Grant Hewlett, Howard Jones and Pat Andrew. Nomination: Outstanding Achievement for Directing in an Animated Feature Production for Nick Park. Nomination: Outstanding Achievement for Music in an Animated Feature Production for Harry Gregson-Williams and Tom Howe. Nomination: Outstanding Achievement for Production Design in an Animated Feature Production for Matt Perry and Richard Edmunds. Nomination: Outstanding Achievement for Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production for Eddie Redmayne.

FILM FACT No.2: As with previous stop motion films created by Aardman Animation, the characters in ‘EARLY MAN’ were developed over time with the voice actors to determine the way the characters look, move, and speak. The results were turned over to the film's 35 animators to work on individualizing the characters. A crowd of people took part in an audio recording at the Memorial Stadium Home of Bristol Rovers. On the 21st September, 2017, a competition was launched on the CBBC television programme Blue Peter to design a prehistoric character inspired by ‘EARLY MAN,’ with the winner receiving the opportunity to see their character brought to life by Aardman Animation.

Voice Cast: Eddie Redmayne [Dug], Tom Hiddleston [Lord Nooth], Maisie Williams [Goona], Timothy Spall [Chief Bobnar], Miriam Margolyes [Queen Oofeefa], Rob Brydon [Message Bird], Kayvan Novak [Dino and Jurgend], Rob Brydon [Brian and Bryan], Richard Ayoade [Treebor], Selina Griffiths [Magma], Johnny Vegas [Asbo], Mark Williams [Barry], Gina Yashere [Gravelle], Richard Webber [Grubup], Simon Greenall [Eemak and Thongo], Nick Park [Hognob], Rob Brydon [Gonad the Gaul], Luke Walton [Hügelgraber], Antony Bayman [Additional Voices], Richard Beek [Additional Voices], Tom Doggart [Additional Voices], Tim Hands [Additional Voices], Adrian Rhodes [Additional Voices], Victoria Stevens [Additional Voices], Luke Walton [Additional Voices], Ben Whitehead [Additional Voices], Jaime Aymerich [Trevor Spanish voice] (uncredited), David Cromarty [Football Spectator  voice] (uncredited) and Kevin Matadeen [Crowd voice] (uncredited)                              

Director: Nick Park

Producers: Alicia Gold, Ben Roberts, Carla Shelley, Danny Perkins, David Sproxton, Didier Lupfer, Kerry Lock, Natascha Wharton, Nick Park, Paul Kewley, Peter Lord, Richard Beek, Ron Halpern, Sean Clarke and Tora Young

Screenplay: James Higginson (screenplay), Mark Burton (screenplay/story) and Nick Park (story)

Composers: Harry Gregson-Williams (music) and Tom Howe (music)

Cinematography: Dave Alex Riddett (Director of Photography)    

Image Resolution: 1080p (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1

Audio: English: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
English: 7.1 Dolby TrueHD [DOLBY ATMOS]
English: 2.0 LPCM Stereo Audio Description  
English: 2.0 LPCM Stereo Audio

Subtitles: English

Running Time: 88 minutes

Region: Region B/2

Number of discs: 1

Studio: British Film Institute / STUDIOCANAL / Aardman Animation

Andrew’s Blu-ray Review: ‘EARLY MAN’ [2018] starts off in prehistoric England, specifically Manchester, where an asteroid strike breaks off into a small, round ball that the surviving men kick around, unknowingly creating the game of soccer. “A few ages later” in that same valley, the residents of a small village and including Chief Bobnar [Timothy Spall], young adult Dug [Eddie Redmayne], and their friends are forced out of their homes and into the harsh badlands by armed Bronze Age soldiers led by Lord Nooth [Tom Hiddleston], who proclaims that the Age of Stone is done. But look out when Dug before he enters the Bronze Age city, nearly gets run over standing next to the first ever pedestrian Zebra crossing [which is of course a flattened dead Zebra], which is why Nick Park and his team are so clever with things that are well thought out.

When Dug is accidentally taken to the soldiers modernized Bronze Age city, he ends up playing football, which they call "the sacred game," in an arena. After he's discovered, Dug challenges the premier team in the league, the Real Branzino, for the chance to earn back his community and his valley. But if they lose, the Stone Age crew has to work down in the mines. Dug enlists local soccer lover/market vendor Goona [Maisie Williams] to coach his friends into a team that might just have a David vs. Goliath chance against the Bronze Age's team of superstars.

With ‘EARLY MAN,’ we have Nick Park and his screenwriters, Mark Burton and John O’Farrell, mess around with the conventions of the underdog sports film as best they can. No frame is wasted, and every scene is crammed with so much casual comic detail, that is definite repeat viewings are more or less required. And there is something about the cast’s doughy physiques that has allowed Nick Park and his team to give great flair for the caricature of the characters to run completely berserk, with every character model pushed right to its expressive limits. Despite the use of technology that allows for sweeping crowds and landscapes on a scale rarely seen in stop-motion animation, the traditional, heart-swelling hallmarks of the medium all remain in glorious evidence. Also the animation of the Claymation models faces as subtly enlivening, especially via candlelight, and the gentle ruffling of their hair from frame to frame, as it is brushed by unseen hands. The miracle of great stop-motion Aardman Animation Claymation film has always been that the films look well loved, especially as you watch ‘EARLY MAN,’ you can see the hard work and professional endeavour of Nick Park and his team and to me this Aardman Animation Claymation film is a total winner and deserved to get all the plaudits and awards.

In terms of craft, stop-motion Aardman Animation Claymation film is the most exacting and time-consuming form of animation, but also the most humanly expressive. Computers, luckily are used sparingly to fill in the backgrounds or the awesome crowd scenes, but most of it is done by many hands, to give us some magical moments in this brilliant Aardman Animation Claymation film and had been in development for almost three years and production for 18 months, with a team of about 40 professional animators, an on top of all that, Nick Park's mischievous good humour is in every character, and definitely in every scene. This is a story of one culture trying to crush another with technology, told as a football fable, but there is also a loveable and adorable pig playing a harp to a naked Frenchman in the bath, ooh la la!

With the Aardman Animation Claymation creation ‘EARLY MAN’ the story is depicting historic events all compressed into one in a fun way. We had the extinction of the dinosaurs 65m years ago, the meeting of the pre-historic man with the Bronze Age man and their evolution. Adding coliseum 'games' into the mix. Sure, not an accurate history lesson, but it is a great deal of fun. I love how they did away with the fighting at the “games” and expertly handled greed and manipulation. All wrapped in the fun signature animation. The adults were never forgotten throughout with plenty of innuendos aimed at keeping them entertained. Overall, I thought this was a great offering and definitely great entertainment all round and well worth a second viewing as so much is going on to take in after one viewing.

By the way, to understand the wonderful ‘EARLY MAN’ characters, please check out the following:

Dug: Indomitably cheerful and optimistic, our scrawny but big-hearted young hero is a can-do caveman with boundless enthusiasm and an unwavering belief that anything’s possible. Dug is always brimming with ambition for his tribe, despite their obvious shortcomings.

Chief Bobnar: The affable and eternally patient Chief of Dug’s tribe. Bobnar is more like a dad to the tribe than a chief – he makes sure they change their underwear and brush their teeth. But most importantly he keeps them from harm, mostly of the accidental self-inflicted variety.

Goona: Goona is a strong outspoken young woman, as well as a frustrated wannabe player, barred from fulfilling her dreams by the conventions of her world. This straight-talking Scandinavian breaks down barriers and proves she has a powerful sense of justice.

Lord Nooth: Self-important pompous Governor of the local Bronze city and manager of ab elite football team Real Bronzio, and Lord Nooth is a money loving tyrant who enjoys the trappings of his luxurious Bronze Age lifestyle.

Message Bird: The Message Bird is the very height of Bronze Age technology. Just be careful what you say around them!

Overall, Nick Park's Aardman Animation Claymation creations always manage to put a smile on my face. While it doesn't quite reach the heights of their ‘Wallace & Gromit’ franchise, but ‘EARLY MAN’ is consistently very clever and a great chuckle-worthy affair with plenty of laughs to be had at its typically home-spun humour that just gets better the longer you think about it. The beautifully tangible animation is compounded by awesomely ostentatious vocal work and a wonderfully brilliant written script, crafting a fully formed world just one-step removed from our own. It is also far and away the best football film I've seen. Though I'm not a huge fan of the sport, especially football and always find the formula of its features rather dull, the piece had me both riveted and grinning ear-to-ear during its ball-to-boots sequences with its wisecracking yet respectful, great satirical wit which remains good-natured and suitably subtle even when taking the easiest, or sometimes most obscure, of hits and ‘EARLY MAN’ is still absolutely worth your time and well worth a second view, as there is so much going on. What I also loved about ‘EARLY MAN’ is all the wonderful diverse characters and Nick Park is a total genius in getting the voices to match each character and my ultimate favourite character is “Hognob” which of course was voiced by the brilliant Nick Park himself.


TIGER FEET (Written by Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman) [Performed by New Hope Club]

I PREDICT A RIOT (Written by James Simon Rix, Nicholas Matthew Baines, Andrew Robert White, Nicholas James David Hodgson and Charles Richard Wilson) [Performed by The Kaiser Chiefs]

HOPE (Written by Bradley Simpson) [Performed by The Vamps]

GOOD DAY (Written by Jamie N. Commons and Ben Epand) [Performed by New Hope Club]

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Blu-ray Image Quality – Aardman Animation and STUDIOCANAL presents you a spectacular 1080p stop-motion ‘EARLY MAN’ animated film in a spectacular high image resolution and of course is enhanced with a beautiful 1.85:1 aspect ratio, and of course one of the things I love about Aardman Animation stop-motion feature films, are the fine details you get to observe, because the characters are not digitally created or hand-drawn, and the Aardman Animation Claymation objects give you a very natural look and presence to so command the eye to look at everything you view. There are a ton of details in both the foreground and the background. On the characters themselves, you can see the stress marks in the sculpted material from the animator’s subtle movements. The different fabrics and other materials are clear decipherable with the high resolution of the images. Details are very sharp and especially crystal clear, that allows you to take it all in of all the great character designs, set pieces, and all the brilliant creatures this Claymation film throws at you. The colouring is spectacular and looks excellent with the shiny bronze, lush greens and Lord Nooth’s wonderful lavender clothing. The blacks are inky and have no issues that I can see, and especially with plenty of primary colours pop out of the screen and contrasting colours are spot on ensuring that gives you images that you will really enjoy, and on top of all that, you get a terrific sense of three-dimensional depth. So all in all, Aardman Animation has brought us something really special. Please Note: Playback Region B/2: This will not play on most Blu-ray players sold in North America, Central America, South America, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. Learn more about Blu-ray region specifications.

Blu-ray Audio Quality – Aardman Animation and STUDIOCANAL brings you a spectacular audio sound experience in either 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and DOLBY ATMOS, but if you are like me and not have this audio mix, then you can view the animated film in 7.1 Dolby TrueHD and is a standout audio experience, especially with wonderful regular engagement of the surround sound channels, to great effect. What is also nice to experience is certain scenes in the animated film, like with the asteroid tumbling towards Earth or the massive crowd scenes sounds in the football arena. The composed music score by both Harry Gregson-Williams and Tom Howe are well utilized throughout the animated film and uses all the speakers to great effect. Dialogue is well used also throughout the film and you hear every word clear and excellent fidelity, So all in all, Aardman Animation have brought you a sound experience that is as professional as their Claymation animation, so very well done and definitely gets a five star rating from me.

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Blu-ray Special Features and Extras:

Blu-ray and DVD Trailers: Here you get to view four trailers and they are as follows:

PADDINGTON 2 [2017] [1080p] [2.35:1] [2:29]

Shaun the Sheep – MOVIE [2015] [1080p] [1.85:1] [2:26]

ROBINSON CRUSOE [2016] [1080p] [2.35:1] [2:15]

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Audio Commentary by Director Nick Park and Editor Sim Evans-Jones: Here we are first introduced to Nick Park, who informs us that he is the director of ‘EARLY MAN’ and also informs us that he is sat next to Sim Evans-Jones, who is a close working buddy and says a quick “good evening” which I found very strange. When we see the pink star and the pink Aardman wording, we are informed this was done by computer graphics, which is also used with some other scenes in ‘EARLY MAN.’ The title credits Nick Park informs us, was that they wanted to look like the start of a 1968 movie. The start of the animated film with the two prehistoric dinosaurs fighting, Nick Park wanted it to be homage to his greatest animated hero Ray Harryhausen [1920 – 2013] and the two dinosaurs were named by Nick Park Ray and Harry after the great man. They talk about the composed film score by Harry Gregson-Williams for the start of the modern Stone Age and of course the Stone Age people and they both felt the music was really wonderful and we are also informed that the composer Harry Gregson-Williams did the film score for the animated film ‘Chicken Run.’ Editor Sim Evans-Jones thinks the introduction of all the Stone Age characters was a really nice start for the animated film. As to the female character when raising her arm and says it hurts and is then told not to do it, well Nick Park says that is homage to the British comedian/magician genius Tommy Cooper. When we first meet the bad Lord Nooth who if course is voiced by Tom Hiddleston and at first they asked the actor to do an silly English accent, but instead they asked the actor to do a very silly French accent and were very happy with the silly French accent result and even STUDIOCANAL gave their approval  also for the funny French accent. When we see Dug enter the football stadium in disguise, we are informed that the stadium was modelled on Wembley Stadium in London, but the crowds chanting were modelled on the film ‘GLADIATOR’ and the character Goona was named after the Arsenal Football Team, that Nick Park originally did not realise at the time. Nick Park praises all the wonderful characters, especially having the dream voice cast, like Mark Williams, Richard Ayoade, Johnny Vegas, Gina Yashere, Selina Griffiths, Simon Greenall and of course the wonderful Miriam Margolyes, and sometimes he would allow the voice cast to ad lib some of their lines. Nick Park thought Rob Brydon doing the voice of The Message Bird was totally brilliant and at first they thought of using Miriam Margolyes voice but changed their minds. They both praise the football game, but there were some tricky moments filming it. As the end credits appear, just after the funny bunny rabbit scene, where they both say, “You can’t beat a good funny bunny scene.” As the rest of the end credits appear and we get now and again quick comments on what we are viewing and of course especially the illustrations with the end credits of all the characters in the animated film and at chapter 12 at around 1:19:30 you see the drawn characters doing their mooning pose, where they are showing off their bare behinds, and Nick Park says, “You must have the mooning shot” which of course is reference to what some English footballers do now and again. Nick Park thought that everyone who worked on ‘EARLY MAN’ were really wonderful, as well as very talented and really lovely people, and has loved watching the end credits loads of times as it brings him great joy, When the name of Gareth Malone appears, Nick Park says, “Gareth Malone is of course famous for “The Choir” of the BBC TV Series here in the UK and really helped rallied the crowd for the recording session at the football stadium and did a really great job and the crowd were like putty in the hands of Gareth Malone and really made the crowd sound like a typical rowdy football crowd, which was done at The Memorial Stadium, also commonly known by its previous name of the Memorial Ground, and is a sports ground in Bristol, England, and is the home of Bristol Rovers F.C. aka Bristol Rovers Football Club and there were a 1000 people in the stand who provided the voices of the stadium crowd in the Bronze Age Stadium scene. Right near the end credits, we get to see the two dinosaurs Ray and Harry again and Nick Park says, “Of course we had to do a tribute to one of my all-time animated heroes, the great late Ray Harryhausen, which we did refer to the two dinosaurs as Ray and Harry.” At that point, so ends this amazing and lovely audio commentary and it was really hearing the wonderful and very informative comments by Nick Park and Sim Evans-Jones on the animated film ‘EARLY MAN’ and giving us lots of nice in-depth comments on the animated film ‘EARLY MAN’ and especially the process on making the animated film and definitely gets a five star rating from me.

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Special Feature: Birth of ‘EARLY MAN’ [2018] [1080p] [1.78:1] [8:09] This very enjoyable featurette is about the joy of Aardman Animation realising Nick Park wanted to bring a stone age caveman adventure to the big screen and the origins of his idea. Lots of talking head interviews with producers and animators, featuring glimpses of what goes on behind-the-scenes of making the animated film, especially some wonderful close ups of the amazing sets, as well as some of the amazing models and also some of the models of the stone age characters in black clay that were modelled from Nick Parks black basic drawings. We also get to view the voicing of the characters like Eddie Redmayne, Tom Hiddleston and Maisie Williams discuss their involvement with the animated film. We get to view some wonderful colour illustrations for the concept ‘EARLY MAN.’ We also get a plethora of clips from the animated film ‘EARLY MAN.’ One totally fascinating insightful information we get to hear, is that Aardman Animation Studios has 35 animators, they have 45 shooting units, five studios, 162 crew on site and 17 set dressers. Contributors include: Peter Lord [Producer], Eddie Redmayne [Dug], Merlin Crossingham [Animation Director], Carla Shelley [Producer], Nick Park [Director], Matt Perry [Production Designer], Richard Beek [Producer], Will Becher [Animation Director], Claire Rolls [Animator], Maisie Williams [Goona], Tom Hiddleston [Lord Nooth], Dave Alex Riddett [Director of Photography] and Sim Evan-Jones [Editor].

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Special Feature: Evolution of ‘EARLY MAN’ [2018] [1080p] [1.78:1] [7:59] With this special feature, and this one is about the crafting of the characters in terms of the vocal performances. Tom Hiddleston reveals he was advised to aim for a much funnier French accent than anything too realistic, while Maisie Williams opted for a Norwegian accent based on a YouTube video she likes. There is also footage of the animators and Nick Park performing as the characters in “L.A.V” (live-action video), to help bring the characters to life. Contributors include: Carla Shelley [Producer], Nick Park [Director], Eddie Redmayne [Dug], Will Becher [Animation Director], Tom Hiddleston [Lord Nooth], Maisie Williams [Goona], Richard Beck [Producer], Merlin Crossingham [Animation Director], Emma Diax [Animator], Matt Perry [Art Director], Davis Sproxton [Producer], Steve Cox [Animator], Harry Gregson-Williams [Composer] and Peter Lord [Producer].

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Special Feature: Match Of The Clay [2018] [1080p] [1.78:1] [2:57] With this very short special feature, it specifically concentrates on the scenes in the football arena, which required choirmaster Gareth Malone recording a 1,000-strong vocal recording of a stadium crowd chanting and cheering, which they thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Contributors include: Richard Beek [Producer] and Gareth Malone [Stadium Crowd Conductor].

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Special Feature: Nick Park: Massaging The Funny [2018] [1080p] [1.78:1] [8:42] Here we get to find out about some information about the basic plot points about ‘EARLY MAN’ and eventually we get to hear about some more interesting in-depth facts about production design and model building. Contributors include: Peter Lord [Co-Founder of Aardman / Producer], Nick Park [Director / Producer / “Hognob”], Dave Alex Raddett [Director of Photography], Eddie Redmayne [Dug], Tom Hiddleston [Lord Nooth], Kayvan Novak [Dino and Jurgend], Matt Perry [Production Designer], David Sproxton [Co-Founder of Aardman / Producer], Maisie Williams [Goona], Carla Shelley [Producer], Will Becher [Animation Director] and Merlin Crossingham [Animation Director].

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Special Feature: The Valley Meets The Bronze [2018] [1080p] [1.78:1] [7:26] Here we get to focus on the idea of the Stone Age meeting the Bronze Age, and how the film depicts the two very different civilisations onscreen. Contributors include: Peter Lord [Co-Founder of Aardman / Producer], Matt Perry [Production Designer], Merlin Crossingham [Animation Director], David Sproxton [Co-Founder of Aardman / Producer], Eddie Redmayne [Dug], Jimmy Young [Senior Puppet Master] and Nick Park [Director / Producer / “Hognob”].

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Special Feature: Hanging At Aardman Studios: A Workshop Exploration [2018] [1080p] [1.78:1] [7:45] With this special feature, it shows us some really fun “backstage” footage of puppet crafting, along with more fun glimpses of live action  buffoonery and some probably unnecessary comments from some of the voice actors. It also shows us an exploration of Aardman Animation Studios and all its different departments, showing how Nick Park’s initial ideas and drawings become physical props, sets, and puppets. Contributors include: Nick Park [Director / Producer / “Hognob”], Jimmy Young [Senior Puppet Master], Eddie Redmayne [Dug], Maisie Williams [Goona], Will Becher [Animation Director], Merlin Crossingham [Animation Director], Matt Perry [Production Designer], Peter Lord [Co-Founder of Aardman / Producer], Tom Hiddleston [Lord Nooth] and David Sproxton [Co-Founder of Aardman / Producer].

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Special Feature: Before the Beginning of Time: Crafting ‘EARLY MAN’ [2018] [1080p] [1.78:1] [14:37] Here we have a fun filled special feature, with some brief but interesting interviews and some enjoyable footage of Nick Park and his cohorts doing live action bits in preparation for animating certain sequences. But overall, I am not sure why this couldn’t be part of the ‘Birth of Early Man’ featurette, but it’s more insightful into how the project began and came together. It apparently takes two years to write and prepare the ground work before a single shot of animation is even done. It’s great seeing some of the techniques the animators have come up with to create this world, too. The best example being flickering firelight, which is achieved by painting a pickle jar and revolving it while shining a light through the glass onto the set, which is so clever and inventive, which is always the way with the team at Aardman Animation. Contributors include: Nick Park [Director / Producer / “Hognob”], Peter Lord [Co-Founder of Aardman / Producer], David Sproxton [Co-Founder of Aardman / Producer], Jimmy Young [Senior Puppet Master], Carla Shelley [Producer], Maisie Williams [Goona], Eddie  Redmayne [Dug], Will Becher [Animation Director], Merlin Crossingham [Animation Director], Tom Hiddleston [Lord Nooth], Rchard Beek [Producer], Kayvan Novak [Dino and Jurgend], Sim Evan-Jones, A.C.E. [Editor], Alex Raddett [Director of Photography], Matt Perry [Production Designer], Tom Howe [Co-Composer] and Harry Gregson-Wiliams [Co-Composer].      

Finally, with this Aardman Animation Claymation film ‘EARLY MAN,’ is still the very quirky British charm and humour on display, especially as always with good natured humour to please all ages. A couple of fart and burp gags are thrown in for good measure here and there, but for the most part the jokes come from good old fashioned wordplay and visual gags about the period in time. As such, it’s hard not to dislike the Aardman Animation film, in fact it is totally brilliant and so inventive in what we have become to expect from Nick Park and the whole team at Aardman Animation. On top of all that, the Claymation stop-motion animation is first rate and it looks very pretty with lovingly crafted, wonderful detailed sets and backdrops. It’s nice to see them turn their hands to a very different setting too, even if the character styles look familiar. So all in all ‘EARLY MAN’ is still finely made and enjoyable family fare, even if it stands in the formidable shadow of Aardman Animation most famous work. It’s one of the best football films I have ever seen, especially as I am not a fan of football and is a good alternative to viewing than the boring World Cup. So to sum up, it is definitely well worth a watch. Very Highly Recommended!

Andrew C. Miller – Your Ultimate No.1 Film Aficionado 
Le Cinema Paradiso 
United Kingdom

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