A Town Called Panic
Adventure • PG • 2009 • 1 hr 14 min
One of the most unique and original films I have ever seen, this movie caught my attention from start to finish. Watch this film now!
Such a fun piece of absurd stop motion comedy from France.
Quirky and hilarious. Bonkers animation that works well for its crazy story. Not for everybody, but worth your time.
This film is hilarious. The animation style is also great. It’s a really fun film to watch.
Before Lego Movie there was this silly little toy show; I recall no discernible plot, but I did leave the theatre with a smile on my face.
Surrealist. An underrated masterpiece worth checking out.
A unique animated comedy completely crazy. I don’t know how many drugs the writers and animators used but it worth it !
Bonkers and brilliant, I could describe everything that happens in this film and you would still be nonplussed. Still great though
I've loved this movie ever since I was little. An original sense of humor, it's simple, stupid just in the right way and so, so hilarious!
I remember really enjoying this as a kid but I haven’t gone back in a while.
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