Room on the Broom (2012)

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Animated film based on the wonderful children's picture book written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. The story of a kind witch who invites a surprising collection of animals to join her on her broom, much to the frustration of her cat. The gang ultimately saves the witch from a fearsome dragon, and in gratitude she rewards them with a magnificent new broom which has room for everyone. A magical tale about friendship and family from Magic Light Pictures, the producers of the hugely successful The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo's Child.

Film Overview
"Room on the Broom" is a charming 2012 brief animated movie based on the eponymous children's book composed by Julia Donaldson and shown by Axel Scheffler. The movie is directed by Max Lang and Jan Lachauer, animated by Studio Soi, and produced by Martin Pope and Michael Rose. At 25-minutes long, the movie is told in rhyme, with dialogue narrated by Simon Pegg.

Story and Characters
The plot revolves around a kind-hearted witch including the voice skill of Gillian Anderson. The witch forms a not likely relationship with a group of animals that consist of a pet (voiced by Martin Clunes), a bird (voiced by Sally Hawkins), a frog (voiced by Rob Brydon), and a feline (voiced by David Walliams). All the characters start a wonderful journey, flying on a broomstick, exploring sensation of camaraderie, generosity, and bravery.

The storyline starts with the witch losing her hat. After browsing, she discovers it retrieved by a canine who asks if there's space on her broom for him. She then loses her bow, which is discovered by a bird who asks the exact same. Her wand drops next and is brought by a frog, once again, asking if there is room on her broom. Despite her feline's issues about the broom being overwhelmed, the witch continually welcomes her brand-new pals on board.

Plot Twist and Ending
An incident happens when the broomstick breaks from the weight, developing a scenario where everybody tumbles into a bog and the witch gets captured by a fire-breathing dragon. The dragon, who fancies 'witch with french fries,' is all set to consume her, but her animal buddies, disguised as a fearsome monster, pertained to her rescue.

In the climax, the animal pals each add to a creative ruse to terrify the dragon away. They utilize team effort and creativity to present themselves as a mud monster rising from the bog, which efficiently drives the dragon off in worry. The witch, in thankfulness for their nerve and resourcefulness, produces a new broom with seats for everybody (consisting of the feline), lastly eliminating the issue about the room on the broom.

Reception and Achievement
"Room on the Broom" was such a heartfelt hit that its reputation spread everywhere. It captured the hearts of households and children alike with its fascinating characters, appealing animation, and the underlying themes of friendship and altruism.

The film amassed fantastic credit for its storytelling, animation, and voice acting. It has achieved various awards and elections, including an election for Best Animated Short Film at the 85th Academy Awards. It also won the Kid's TV award classification at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival, enhancing its success and favorable reception.

"Room on the Broom" is an enchanting tale of generosity, relationship, and bravery-- qualities that resonate with audiences of all ages. Its lovely characters and witty dialogues, informed in the kind of a rhyming story, contribute to making it a wonderful brief film. The magnificent animation and story brought happiness to numerous and won it praise and distinctions, making it a treasured kids's movie even years after its release.

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