Wallace and Gromit: A Close Shave (1995)

By winning the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film (again), thanks to stop motion animation director Nick Park, it’s all about saving sheep no matter what.

Wallace, the cheese living inventor, and Gromit, his doggy companion run a window washing cleaning service. By having a sheep named Shaun to enter their house, they together get themselves to stop sheep rustlers as a big dog named Preston was taking control. For his big business on turning them into dog food.

Gromit was framed by Preston, so Wallace and Shaun with hungry sheep had to help him escape, tell the truth, and put an end to Preston’s business. The shockingly part of this, was that the dog was real on the outside, but on the inside, Preston was actually a robot. He was meant to be for good, but Preston malfunctioned and became pure evil. (It was way, way before we found out about Terminators. Cyborgs in disguise as humans).

But Preston got what he deserved when he was crushed by a mincing machine. Sheep were set free including Shaun, Preston was remodelled again to be a remote controlled dog, thanks to Wallace, as Gromit was finally exonerated.

So a success, 9.5 out of 10 stars is what I give. In conclusion, throughout the whole movie, Wallace was love with a wool shopkeeper named Wendolene Ramsbottom (portrayed by Anne Reid). Unfortunately, she was allergic to cheese as it gives her a rash. I didn’t knew about that until years later. While some people can be allergic to cheese and other dairy products that causes their allergic symptoms to ignite, I’ve known a few that can gives them diarrhea. Just like the toilet scene from “White Chicks”.

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