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BODY BROTHERS SEASON 2; ANIMALS

What to know: Combining science education with music, comedy and physical exercise in a fun and sillly series.
BODY BROTHERS SEASON 2; ANIMALS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-12
16 minutes
TV
TOM JOHNSON
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This episode of the Body Brothers combines science education with music, comedy and physical exercise, which appeals to a wide range of youth audience. I like the educational facts and comedy in this episode. I got to learn and laugh at the same time, which makes learning fun. Including dancing physical exercise is great to follow along and try.

This series features the Body Brothers who love to explore the world and its inhabitants. They make songs and dance about what they've learned about the world. Their friend Auntie B (Laura O Mahony) is an inventor with a workshop who helps them better understand the new facts they find out.

The part I like in this episode is when it provides "Brittany Animal Facts." I liked learning that when ostrich run at full speed they can run at 70 KPH The camera work here is quite good. It's clear, well lit and easy to watch. I love the young cast, especially the Body brothers. The choreography is creative and fun, trying to represent how ostriches move. The costumes worn in the dance scene are hysterical; one brother dresses up as an ostrich! There are a few locations in this episode. My favorite is Aunty B.'s workshop because of her voice-activated computer and a TV screen made from an old video game console. Fota Wildlife Park is another location which is interesting to see. The background music is okay; it's pretty invisible but definitely adds energy to the episode. The stars of the show are the Body Brothers, Cormac (Cormac Mohally) and Cian (Cian Kinsella). Both of them are well suited for their roles and give a fresh and innovative approach to the show. There are also cut aways to actual children that comment on the show and these kids are well chosen.

The message of this show is that the world is filled of lots of animals and we have lots of things to learn about them and how they fit into our world. This episode taught me more about ostriches, from learning how ostriches use their wings as brakes to how fast they run.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 5o 12, plus adults. Reviewed by Rosabella P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

This episode of the Body Brothers combines science education with music, comedy and physical exercise, which appeals to a wide range of youth audience. I like the educational facts and comedy in this episode. I got to learn and laugh at the same time, which makes learning fun. Including dancing physical exercise is great to follow along and try.

This series features the Body Brothers who love to explore the world and its inhabitants. They make songs and dance about what they've learned about the world. Their friend Auntie B (Laura O Mahony) is an inventor with a workshop who helps them better understand the new facts they find out.

The part I like in this episode is when it provides "Brittany Animal Facts." I liked learning that when ostrich run at full speed they can run at 70 KPH The camera work here is quite good. It's clear, well lit and easy to watch. I love the young cast, especially the Body brothers. The choreography is creative and fun, trying to represent how ostriches move. The costumes worn in the dance scene are hysterical; one brother dresses up as an ostrich! There are a few locations in this episode. My favorite is Aunty B.'s workshop because of her voice-activated computer and a TV screen made from an old video game console. Fota Wildlife Park is another location which is interesting to see. The background music is okay; it's pretty invisible but definitely adds energy to the episode. The stars of the show are the Body Brothers, Cormac (Cormac Mohally) and Cian (Cian Kinsella). Both of them are well suited for their roles and give a fresh and innovative approach to the show. There are also cut aways to actual children that comment on the show and these kids are well chosen.

The message of this show is that the world is filled of lots of animals and we have lots of things to learn about them and how they fit into our world. This episode taught me more about ostriches, from learning how ostriches use their wings as brakes to how fast they run.

I give this film 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 5o 12, plus adults. Reviewed by Rosabella P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

The Body Brothers - Cormac (Cormac Mohally) and Cian (Cian Kinsella) - love to find out more about the world around them and then literally make a song and dance about what they've learned! Luckily, they have a friend who can help. Auntie B (Laura O'Mahony) is an inventor with a workshop packed with models and machines and just about anything she needs to explain things, including �na, her voice-activated computer, and a TV screen made from an old video game console!
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