Over the Steve Hedge

Over The Hedge

Totally and completely nicked from

If you haven’t stopped foraging long enough to go see yet, I must insist that you do so. 

Some may see this as a movie for kids, or some sort of eco-statement in cute-animated-creature’s clothing, and they’d be right.  But that didn’t stop me from thoroughly enjoying it.


This week.

Some scenes of note: Hammie and the cookie, The Matrix-esque Hammie on caffeine, and Oz’s death scene.  Don’t worry. He’s a possum. It’s what they do. 

Added bonus: The movie’s website is hours of silliness, though not especially highbrow. However, I found the comic strip online which I have been rummaging through like a Hammie digging for a nut.

Alexa Clark

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3 thoughts on “Over the Steve Hedge

  • June 3, 2006 at 1:50 pm

    Ok, you’ve made me want to go see the movie. Someone from work saw it too and said it was good, but now that I’ve heard more than one good review, I think I might just go and see.

  • June 3, 2006 at 11:20 pm

    It’ll change how you look at squirrels and raccoons. In a good way.

  • June 4, 2006 at 10:03 pm

    Changing the way you see raccoons

    Yesterday we went for a lovely walk, yes in the torrential rain, up into the Junction to help Jotu move. (roro – I love this Star Trek naming convention thing!) We had a wonderful afternoon disassembling, boxing and culling our


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