A story of friends old and new, of being lost but most importantly being found; The Big Top Secret follows Briar as he is whisked away from the home he knows and plunged head first into the...
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A story of friends old and new, of being lost but most importantly being found; The Big Top Secret follows Briar as he is whisked away from the home he knows and plunged head first into the ranks of a traveling circus. The struggling circus, led by Hugo the Gorilla, is on its last leg and in desperate need of a boost. Frustrated with his brother, Bramble, and the rest of his forest friends, Briar finds a new and welcoming home among Wolfgang's Big Top. Briar brings life back to the circus and quickly finds happiness in his new life filled with new friends and fame. While rising to the top has its benefits, it also comes with a price. After searching high and low, Bramble and his forest friends are thrilled to have found their lost Briar, but Briar is not so sure that he wants to be found. He doesn't want to leave his perfect new life at the big top but even the most perfect-seeming things have dark sides. Through trials and chases and trains, all of the animals learn what it is to ...Written by
It's a weird mix of western art and anime animation. The voice acting is unbareable. The characters sound like they're constantly on helium or have stereotypical "retard" voice. One moment the voice acting was anywhere nice was when they were babies and had normal-ish voices. The mistranslation is strong in this movie. The characters mention things that have never happened or use strange words that don't make sense in the moment. The best I can describe it is little kids attempting to voice act and thinking pitching your voice extremely high is good enough. Not to mention the "German" dude with the thick English accent. The movie would've been a million times better if they hired good voice actors. Not to mention the monkey is a blatant King Julian rip off. I swear after this movie you'll hate the name "Brian" because they scream "Brian!" Every 5 seconds!
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