REVIEW – Hatched DVD

by Valerie, Mom Knows It All

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Hatched DVD

Hatched

  • DVD Release Date: February 16, 2016
  • Rated: NR Not Rated
  • Run Time: 71 minutes
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Cinedigm
  • ASIN: B017S3Z1MI
  • Purchase on Amazon

Just in time for Easter, HATCHED features the famous voices of Jeff Foxworthy (The Smurfs, The Aviators) and Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings franchise, “Sofia the First”). As part of a planned trilogy, the hilarious animated adventure follows Cluck Norris (Astin) and Charlie Horse (Foxworthy), along with Angelina Poultrie, Tiny ScharzHENegger, Meryl Cheep, and their other barnyard friends as they set out on an unexpected cosmic thrill ride!

Young chicks Cluck, Chickpea and Tiny SchwarzHENegger are determined to show everyone that chickens really can fly, but when their tiny alien pal, Magic, is in danger, this young feathered trio will join the efforts of their animal neighbors to save their home and their friend from the “fowlest” of villains.

With a few small-farm friends who hatch into big-time heroes, watch as HATCHED displays just how far some are willing to go in the name of friendship.

The plot idea for this movie is a cute one. I especially liked the cute named they gave the characters, which spoof on popular actors and actresses we are all familiar with. The color and animation was terrific, but the movie itself left a bit to be desired.

Here’s the trailer.

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1 comment

Rosey April 16, 2016 - 8:19 am

The names are cute. I haven’ t heard of it until now, but it did remind me that we’re overdue to watch a cartoon in this house! 🙂

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