Little Wolf's Book of Badness

Little Wolf's Book of Badness


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Product Details

Release Date: 09/05/2017
UPC: 0843501008836
Original Release: 0000
Source: Ncircle
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 0:30:00
Sales rank: 12,694

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Little Wolf's Book of Badness
1. Chapter 1 [2:39]
2. Chapter 2 [21:52]
3. Chapter 3 [:37]
4. Chapter 4 [:01]

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Little Wolf's Book of Badness 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Kidsfirst More than 1 year ago
Little Wolf’s Book of Badness is a very odd type of film. It’s not your typical Dora the Explorer type of kids’ show, which is good because there are too many of those types of shows out there. This is a story and a good story at that. It teaches kids through a wolf who is supposed to be bad, but wants to be good. The storyline is about Little Wolf who just wants to stay at home with his family, but his parents don’t think he’s bad enough for the Wolf family name. So, they sent Little Wolf to Cunning College to learn the Nine Rules of Badness from his Uncle Big Bad. But it turns out Uncle Big Bad isn’t such an amazing teacher after all. As I said, the show is actually pretty great. The animation is somewhat glitchy and wiggles a lot, even when they are standing still. This is probably intended, but it is kind of distracting. One of the things I really like about this film is its plot and the simple way it shows the lessons they are trying to teach without even saying so. This is what makes it a different type of kids’ film. It is also very slow paced. There isn’t very much action. One thing I wondered about the whole time is why Little Wolf always sneezes when he’s around Mr. Twister. Is he allergic? Michael Gambon is the voice talent for Big Bad and is really cool. David Thewlis plays Mr. Twister, which is pretty awesome. Both Gamgon and Thewlis are from the Harry Potter films. Another thing I really like about this film is how scary they make Big Bad. I really was kind of scared when the character Big Bad came on and yells at Little Wolf. That is probably my favorite scene because it really shows who Big Bad truly is. The message this film teaches is that, even if you’re bad or scary, that doesn’t mean that you are happy. I rate this film a 4 out of stars because it has a cool, different way of teaching kids. I recommend this film for ages 2 to 6. Reviewed by Dariana A., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews by youth, visit kidsfirst dot org.