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Only it soon does. Because A Matter Of Loaf and Death introduces the Cereal Killer, a mysterious figure who has been killing all of the other bakers in town. Wallace, of course, is oblivious to all of this, going about his work with his merry asides and gleeful naivety. And this time his faithful hound, Gromit, is too distracted to notice any impending threat too, courtesy of his growing attraction to another hound by the name of Fluffles. It’s quite a recipe, and makes for a very entertaining half hour.
While A Matter Of Loaf and Death isn’t quite up to the highs of the pair’s adventures to date, it nonetheless finds Wallace & Gromit, and Aardman Animations, in very strong form. The level of attention and detail here is quite astounding, and the script is as packed with wry gags for the older viewers as it is with material for the youngsters.
In fact, if you cut it down the middle, the words ‘family entertainment’ would be found running right through the middle of it. Because A Matter Of Loaf and Death not only sprinkles in lots of laughs, at-times stunning animation and a fair amount of storytelling, it’s genuinely entertainment that anyone can enjoy. More, please… --Simon Brew
Big fans of Wallace and Gromit and this one completes our collection even my five year old loves it good fun for all the familyPublished 4 months ago by alison82
I was watching the entire Wallace & Gromit collection with my children a few days ago, and as "A matter of Loaf and Bread" came on, I began to feel seriously queasy--I love... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dr. Bashi
Arrived and has a large scratch in the DVD making viewing last 10 mins impossible..Published 5 months ago by achilles