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The Queens Corgi is an animated film scripted by John R Smith and Rob Sprackling Rob Sprackling is an experienced screenwriter and >> Read More... and directed by Ben Stassen Bio coming soon... >> Read More... and Vincent Kesteloot Bio coming soon... >> Read More... . Leo Barakat, Mari Devon, Jo Wyatt, Joey Camen, Dino Andrade, Paul Gregory, Anthony Skordi Anthony George Skordi is an English screen, voice, >> Read More... , Danny Katiana, Rusty Shackleford, Jamie Arlen Scott, Joey Camen, Lin Gallagher, Madison Brown, Millie Mup and Kirk Thornton had lent their voices to the animation characters. Ramin Djawadi composed the music. Belga Productions and nWave Pictures produced the film.
Queen Elizabeth II has a set of corgis and the top dog is Rex. Charlie, a corgi, is jealous about Rex and he wants to become the top dog. Once, President Trump visits the Queen with his wife and their pet, Mitzi. Queen suggests Mitzi choose anyone of her corgis and marry him. When Mitzi selects Rex, he tries to escape from her. In a situation, he goes out of the palace. He was rescued and get a place in an animal shelter. There he finds Wanda and falls for her. When he takes Wanda and goes to the palace, the guards couldn’t identify him, as Charlie already untied his collar. However, he managed to get in and the Queen is happy now. When the Queen wanted to make him the top dog, he gives the position to Charlie. Finally, Charlie had to marry Mitzi and was taken to the US. Rex settles in his life with Wanda and enjoys his life with his friends in the palace.
The stars have done their voiceover job well.
The script is different and the screenplay is okayish. Although the script looks interesting to read, it is not executed perfectly. The voiceover stars had done their job perfectly. The animation department had done a perfect job. The scenes become predictable after a certain stage. The BGM is quite okayish.
What’s Not There?
If the screenplay had been designed better, the film would have reached better. However, it is watchable once!
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