- Oct 25, 2017
....who...who is this movie even for? Do kids still bother with this red asshole? Hated that show and the books growing up.
Looks like someone just [DATA EXPUNGED] Larry the Loving Llama to me.
Nostalgia seems to be in. With all the remakes/reimaginings of Disney classics etc, I'm sure adults are looking forward to this as well.
Nostalgia might be in, but there's little for adults in Clifford. I can't see many adults being into this movie. best thing they can do is to turn it into a proper family movie than a kinds movie, which shouldn't be too hard
Yep, they're still making them. And Scholastic recently green-lit a new series.
Damn.Yep, they're still making them. And Scholastic recently green-lit a new series.
With new “Clifford the Big Red Dog” content set to air on Amazon Prime and PBS Kids this fall, Scholastic is readying licensing and publishinglicensinginternational.org
My son loves the hell out of the Clifford books, they're still very much front and center in the children's book space.
He grows this big over the course of a few days because Emily's dad tells her that he is going to die in the winter because he's too small, so Emily cries about it and her love causes him to grow until she tells him "that's enough." Clifford goes from "too small to live" to "load him in a truck with a crane and ship him to my uncle in the country" over the course of two days and nights.
It has a parasitic ability that make the family it attaches itself to think its an ordinary dog.