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Since the beginning of his life Babe was underestimated He was what the pig breeders called a worthless little runt He was smaller than all his brothers and sisters and because of this he was chosen to go to the fair for a weighing competition May the closest guess win the pig Little did he know this would change his life foreverThe movie Babe is a movie about a piglet who is belittled his entire life When he is won by Farmer Hoggett at a local fair he is automatically put under the impression that pigs are stupid However when sheepdog Fly takes him under her arm he begins to think that he is a dog himself This begins to change everything on the farm and proves that animals do not necessarily have a predetermined purpose Leonard Maltin from Entertainment Tonight calls it Fresh original and funny An absolute delight All over the world Babe has received many awards and was nominated for seven Academy Awards It ended up winning an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture and a Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film It was a complete box office success grossing 254134190 worldwide But what was it that made it such a hit Every great talking animal movie consists of several key qualities The picture is usually of great quality and is also in color It has music to help build and ease tension The lip syncing is on key and appears as if the animals are actually speaking It is quick paced to accommodate both young and old viewers It has well developed characters with notable personalities It has an emotional connection with the audience making them feel like they are a part of the scene And most of all it teaches a
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