Babe: Pig In The City

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Babe: Pig In The City Rating: U 5+

3.9764 out of 5 296 Votes (Members)
Duration
97 mins
Year
1998
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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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  • This film was absolutely entertaining i loved it!!!

    Aimee (12)

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  • Meesha, 10

    5 out of 5
    By
    Meesha, 10
    Date
    2014-07-15 16:27:31

    i loved the film because it the pig was because it was the best film in the sittuy because is was because it was and the drees was a big rip so they sar the part and the best part was jumping around the room so that harse boys chaching the dog because so they were the harsher poeple in the would because they were draging the dogs and the rest of them the famare was in bed and hev brken his nek and they were wen they were doing the stroking the pig and they were they were the bessssssssssssssssttttttttttttt fffffffffffiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllllllmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Lorna-Mae, 9

    2 out of 5
    By
    Lorna-Mae, 9
    Date
    2014-07-15 16:25:10

    i liked the film because i liked the bit where the pig (babe) saved all of the animals. I didnt like the bit where the dog on the wheels fell over and was shaking really bad.
    I loved the bit where the old granny got a bit of rope and and stuck it to her and she was flying across the room and then she got really fat by an fat air balloon and then while she was flying across the room she nearlly knocked the stack of wine over. But i didnt like the bit where all the men came into the hotel and grabbed all the animals,and and he picked them up at the skin. I was laughing at the bit where the granny got covered in glue.
    I LOVED THIS FIIIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLMMM!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Abbie, 9

    1 out of 5
    By
    Abbie, 9
    Date
    2014-07-15 16:24:52

    I did not like this film because it was sad and boring.I dont know why you would call a pig BABE. There was no interesting bits apart from when the granny was dressed as a clown and swinging around the room. I would reccomend this film to chilldren under 13. The pig (Babe) had quite a squeaky voice. I didnt like the start bit because the farmer nearly died. The duck had a very annoying voice.

  • Amelia, 10

    3 out of 5
    By
    Amelia, 10
    Date
    2014-06-26 16:35:46

    want to watch but I have not watched it all yet I only watched about a 1/3 of it please can we watch it

  • Megan, 10

    3 out of 5
    By
    Megan, 10
    Date
    2014-05-07 19:52:12

    In Babe my favourite character was the duck the reason why was because he was just hilarious!! However i did like this film but sometimes it dragged out a long time.

  • Thomas, 11

    1 out of 5
    By
    Thomas, 11
    Date
    2014-04-27 18:12:25

    Mae babe dau yn ffilm anffodus iawn. I fi am bod 11 blwydd oed yn meddwl bod yr ffilm yn rhy ifanc. Sae'n gallu gweud rhwbeth dda i'r ffilm ond bod plant ifanc yn falle hoffi yr ffilm )-:!!

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