Wilbur the pig is scared of the end of the season, because he knows that come that time, he will end up on the dinner table. He hatches a plan with Charlotte, a spider that lives in his pen, to ensure that this will never happen.
A young zebra is accidentally abandoned by the circus, but is found by a man and his daughter. On their farm, they are joined by an eclectic group of animals who eventually conspire to help the zebra cheat in order to win the Kentucky Open horse race.Written by
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When Sir Trenton first sees his son racing Stripes, his owner/carer has just started to undo his rug and does not appear to undo the front two straps. When he rears, the front two straps appear to be undone as the rug slips straight off his body. See more »
That you may suffer from a combination of "sleeping sickness" and diabetes is a distinct possibility if you watch Raising Stripes, a tedious and incompetent film, the sort that gives family films a bad name. There isn't a shred of originality in the plotting or performances, nor will you find any humor that doesn't depend on the release of some sort of excrement or intestinal gas.
I'd complain about the waste of the talents of Whoopi Goldberg, Dustin Hoffman, David Spade, Steve Harvey, Fred Thompson, and M. Emmet Walsh, but why bother? They're all adults and they signed on the dotted line to appear in voice or flesh in this trash. Before you fall asleep you might enjoy a few moments of South African scenery--masquerading as Kentucky--and some beautiful horseys.
Oh, well, the ten year old in the house liked it, sort of.
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