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Like the other animals in the barn, Otis the bull likes to sing and play while the farmer is away. Eventually, though, someone has to step in and run things, a responsibility that ends up going to Otis, a carefree cow.
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That the lead character is a 'male cow' complete with udders shows how confused the picture is.
August 25, 2007
Time Out
Loud, raucous and dispiritingly unfunny.
October 19, 2006
Empire Magazine Australasia
A shockingly crass grab for holiday pocket money that's both infantile and endlessly patronising.
November 07, 2012
Criminal acts and scenes of brutal violence spoil the effect of "Barnyard" as an animated movie for tots.
April 21, 2009
Common Sense Media
A re-hash of tired cliches and CGI effects.
January 01, 2011
The animation is perfectly colorful and the voice actors earn their paychecks, but it's blatantly obvious that this thing started production without a screenplay -- and hit the screens without a plot.
December 08, 2006
Toronto Star
Could qualify as a case study in just how quickly and thoroughly computer-animated studio releases have declined to a state of inspiration-depleted, assembly-line anthropomorphism.
August 04, 2006
AV Club
It shouldn't be surprising that writer-director Steve Oedekerk, the man responsible for Kung Pow! Enter The Fist and the second Ace Ventura movie, considers single-celled organisms as he shoots for the lowest common denominator.
August 12, 2006
New York Times
Don't the filmmakers know there are children watching -- and listening?
August 12, 2006