Babe: Pig In The City

This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language


Babe: Pig In The City Rating: U 7+

3.9264 out of 5 299 Votes (Members)
97 mins

Babe - the pig who thinks he's a sheepdog - is back. Still glowing from his victory in the shepherding contest of the first film, life is good for the cute little pig. However, all that changes when Farmer Arthur Hoggett is seriously hurt in a farming accident. Faced with losing the farm, Farmer Hoggett doesn't know what to do - but Babe has other ideas, and heads to the big (and often dangerous) city to raise money to save the farm. Darker in tone than the original, this sequel is still a wonderful and ultimately heart-warming tale, with Babe himself every bit as loveable as ever.

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What you say

  • This film was absolutely entertaining i loved it!!!

    Aimee (12)


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  • Taila, 9

    2 out of 5
    Taila, 9
    2016-04-26 16:08:42

    The film was about a pig named Babe, which was rather small. Its life was better than anyone else. It was a jolly pig which never let people down. The main characters are Babe and other animals such as monkeys, dogs, cat and three singing mice.

    My favourite part was when Babe’s owner never gave up. She fought for Babe she swung like ranging monkeys. It was amazing.

    The movie was boring the three mice sang like it was a horror movie I mean some of the parts were good so I give the movie a solid 5.

  • Camille, 10

    5 out of 5
    Camille, 10
    2016-04-26 16:07:05

    This movie is about a pig -called Babe- which thinks that it is a sheepdog. It is a talking pig, and can communicate with other animals. Babe is quite funny, and rather clever. There are also some very talented singing mice (the narrators). One scene that this pig has witnessed is very tragic. (No clues will be given… unless you watch the film.)

    My favourite part in the movie is when one of the animals save the dog- even though the dog is really mean-that’s a sign of respect and thoughtfulness. Also when the pig-Babe- teaches the animals a lesson, for example when the animals are fighting he quotes “Violence is never the answer.”

    I recommend this film to ages 6+. I rate this 5 golden, glittery, glamorous stars (even though the colour of the stars are black.)

  • Aaron , 9

    4 out of 5
    Aaron , 9
    2016-03-10 16:18:09

    It was'nt really that good but it was funny

  • Janna, 9

    5 out of 5
    Janna, 9
    2016-02-26 21:34:16

    I liked the film because babe goes on an adventure

  • oskar, 7

    5 out of 5
    oskar, 7
    2016-02-24 18:36:14

    It was very funny and interesting watching the adventures of all animals. The pig was very clever and smart dealing with the bad man trying to catch her.

  • Lass , 7

    5 out of 5
    Lass , 7
    2016-02-05 08:32:33

    I watched that film it was so funny

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