Angela Anaconda (1999) - Animation, Family, Comedy

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A rambunctious girl and her friends' adventures in school and their community.

IMDB: 4.6
Stars: Sue Rose, Bryn McAuley
Length: 30 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-Y
Reviews: 5 out of 26 found boring (19.23%)

One-line Reviews (12)

This can't really be seen as educational,at times they try and be all religious and such by telling the story behind certain religions (Christmas,Hanukah),but this can become tiresome after awhile still the show can be enjoyed by all ages.

and i mean............!!!!awful!!!! if you go on you tube and watch even half an episode(if you can stomach it) of this, you will realise that absolutely nothing happens apart from them talking to each other with awkward animation.

It is repetitive to no end.

Gets repetitive .

The show it self varies but can get old once they use the same plot over but in a new scenario but it is still genuinely enjoyable most of the time.

Decided to re-watch to see whether my view had changed (whether it was a case of not getting its style or something) or whether my memories of it being poorly animated, irritating, disturbing, negatively stereotypical and repetitive with terrible voice acting and an annoying theme song were the same.

No make that hideous, ugly feels more beautiful in comparison describing a show that just looks so drab in colour, stiff in movement and just so unappealing in every way, a visual eyesore if you will.

The show was fun for a while, but then it started getting repetitive and annoying.

She always makes the best of things, though, and gets into lots of entertaining situations with her friends.

Characterisation-wise, 'Angela Anaconda' is a throwing-as-much-as-you-can-find-kitchen-sink's worth of stereotypes, portrayed with a complete lack of subtlety and making the characters both dull and unbearable annoying.

The stories are also predictable and repetitious, every story has been done to death and a billion times better.

Whenever I tried to describe Angela Anaconda to others, they all had the same look of confusion and fear.