The Loud House Movie Review is based on an animated TV series produced by Chris Savino. The show, currently in its third season, chronicles the life of Lincoln Loud, the youngest and middle son in a prominent family home filled with other women. The Loud House has gained popularity online from the very beginning, but it didn't take long for fans of the show to get caught up in the zeitgeist of this modern parlor. The first season featured guest stars such as Christina Aguilera, Ashlee Simpson, and Mike Epps. There are also rumors that The Loud House could receive an extended third season.
Based on a number of true stories, The Loud House follows the misadventures of a group of friends who are members of the fictional Scottish clan The Loud House. The movie takes its cue from several well-known Scottish fairy tales such as "A Little Red Laundry", "The Little Match Girl" and "The Nutcracker". For years, television shows based on Scotland have proven to be some of the most popular in the world. With this in mind, The Loud House makes a very wise decision casting famous Scottish actors.
The movie centers on the principal characters, middle-aged sisters Virginia and Merlotte. The two play opposite each other in every episode as they struggle to deal with their own familial, romantic, and parental conflicts. The movie starts off as a traditional Scottish courtroom drama, as the sisters are called to a meeting by the head judge (Lord Godalming), who announces a competition to see who can best recite the fastest and oldest rhyme. Merlotte wins the competition, but later is kidnapped by a scheming schemer named Sebastian. The movie then cuts to a few minutes after she recovers and reveals that she has been hired by Lord Godalming to perform at his estate, the Loud House.
In addition to acting out a traditional court drama, The Loud House also chronicles the daily lives of the three sisters. We see how the daily routine plays out, how they interact with each other, and how their royal woods are shaped. There is also a touching love story between a young man (Fedora) and a beautiful princess (Annabel). The entire film could easily be made into a musical, but the director decided to keep it pure and unadulterated. A musical number is not necessary, and the director instead focused on showing the daily life of the sisters, as well as their relationship with their ancestral family tree.
The musical score is excellent throughout The Loud House, and the special effects are realistic and believable. The special effect that the movie uses is especially good, as the sets are set in various locations throughout Scotland. The scenery looks real and almost lifelike, which makes the film feel like an actual event that could really happen. The two Scottish sisters and their families do look very closely alike, and there are even similarities in their hairstyles, makeup, and dress. It looks like they have really lived their lives, even down to the smallest details.
The film definitely benefits from having an excellent cast. actresses such as Piper Farah, Sienna Guillory, Alexander Gould, and Nicole Kidman do fantastic jobs in the movie. The director could have chosen a better actresses for the supporting roles, which does make the entire movie feels like an event, rather than just a movie. Overall, The Loud House makes an excellent Scotland movie, with a great storyline and some great visual effects.
Genres: Animation , Comedy , Family , Fantasy , Music | Duration: 83 min | Year: 2021