So, Hoodwinked! is the term that describes what's going on in the forest to every baker (and pretty much everyone therefore) in town. A Plankton-esque villain is on the loose, known as The Goodie Bandit. Plus, the title may also refer to the fact it's a parody like the Shrek films, this time of Little Red Riding Hood, juicing up the real story behind the red-hooded girl walking into a disguised wolf with a tied-up granny in the closet and the woodsman coming to save them. But maybe in this version there's more to it. Or maybe there was more in the original story to begin with. Being an author, I believe somewhere is a dimension filled with all the book characters and places thought up by storytellers. Anyway, that's the story: Find out the story behind these four characters, and see which one of them, or which witness, might be the bandit.
The movie I feel turns professional film critics and parents back into kids and immerses kids into the adult world of entertainment at the same time. The mystery is amazing and twisted up, an overly vocal but somehow hilarious singing goat is somehow hilarious, and as I mentioned before, the animators weren't the best in their field, but pulled off a colourful masterpiece nonetheless. Hoodwinked is a wild, unregal, unpretentious story-over-substance charmer with a frosted guessing-game of a story and surprisingly tolerable tunes.There are a few times when the songs can get messy, mostly the ones involving the startup of the character's individual stories, but all throughout it's just plain fun seeing everything interact. Especially the squirrel Twitchee. OhwhatnobutIwasjustUgh! NevermindwatchHoodwinkedifyouhaven'talreadybutdon'twatchitifyouonlycareabouttheanimationandcompareittoaPixarfilm.