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MIIKSHI THE MEEK SHEEP IN SEEDY BUSINESS

What to know: Love the puppet characters and the wonderful voice talent.
MIIKSHI THE MEEK SHEEP IN SEEDY BUSINESS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 4-11
13 minutes
VIDEO
LINDSAY LEE
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like Miikshi the Meek Sheep in Seedy Business with its adorable characters (puppets) and perfect voice talent. The set is very creative and detailed. It is also has an entertaining storyline. The storyline follows Miikshi, a meek sheep, that is also a scientist. She is visited by her hero Dr. Tiger Mercer, but she isn't impressed (or so we think). When Miikshi leaves for just a minute, we find out Dr. Tiger Mercer isn't the hero that Miikshi thought her to be.

I liked that it was very precise, and holds your attention. It ends with a cliff-hanger, leaving you wanting more. The costumes are adorable! Miikshi has the cutest lab coat and Daniel has a darling little shirt on; even the other characters in the background have fun outfits. I like that they look like man-made. It's very fitting. My favorite character is Danial the Spaniel. He has the cutest voice. The sound effects make a big impact. Imagine a machine breaking down with no sound effects (pretty sad, right?). Luckily, there is some. The special lighting effects are very believable (in a puppet-like way). I really believed that the subway train station's power was out or that Miikshi's creations were shutting down. Lindsay Lee, who plays Miikshi, is also the writer and producer. I could see this being on the big screen. It is short, so it would make a good interstitial or be part of a collection of shorts at a festival.

The messages are don't be greedy and good always triumphs over evil. You should know that it does show people doing risky things that kids might imitate. It's not kids doing the risky things (stealing); it is the grow-up puppets. Other than that, there isn't anything else.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 4 to 11, as well as adults. It's a great family movie. Reviewed by Katherine S., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

I like Miikshi the Meek Sheep in Seedy Business with its adorable characters (puppets) and perfect voice talent. The set is very creative and detailed. It is also has an entertaining storyline. The storyline follows Miikshi, a meek sheep, that is also a scientist. She is visited by her hero Dr. Tiger Mercer, but she isn't impressed (or so we think). When Miikshi leaves for just a minute, we find out Dr. Tiger Mercer isn't the hero that Miikshi thought her to be.

I liked that it was very precise, and holds your attention. It ends with a cliff-hanger, leaving you wanting more. The costumes are adorable! Miikshi has the cutest lab coat and Daniel has a darling little shirt on; even the other characters in the background have fun outfits. I like that they look like man-made. It's very fitting. My favorite character is Danial the Spaniel. He has the cutest voice. The sound effects make a big impact. Imagine a machine breaking down with no sound effects (pretty sad, right?). Luckily, there is some. The special lighting effects are very believable (in a puppet-like way). I really believed that the subway train station's power was out or that Miikshi's creations were shutting down. Lindsay Lee, who plays Miikshi, is also the writer and producer. I could see this being on the big screen. It is short, so it would make a good interstitial or be part of a collection of shorts at a festival.

The messages are don't be greedy and good always triumphs over evil. You should know that it does show people doing risky things that kids might imitate. It's not kids doing the risky things (stealing); it is the grow-up puppets. Other than that, there isn't anything else.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 4 to 11, as well as adults. It's a great family movie. Reviewed by Katherine S., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

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