3 Little Pigs and the Magic Lamp



The three little pigs are on to their next adventure when they find a treasure map leading to a magic lamp. When they encounter the powerful Wolf King and his son who want the lamp for themselves, they have to use all their courage to save the day.

Dove Review

This movie is an adventure for Danny, Bobby, Melanie, the three little pigs, and for your child! Featuring terrific animation with vivid colors, villains in the form of a big wolf and his son, Walter, and the pursuit of a magic lamp that can fulfill three wishes, this is energetic entertainment for the kids. And the music is great too, featuring a peppy song that’s called Let’s Explore the World

The three little pigs want an adventure while their parents are away, but they would like nothing more than to go on an adventure with their mom and dad. Soon they are trying to flee the bad guys on a roller coaster in a Mushroom World and relying on each other to escape very close calls. The movie features a nice scene in which the big wolf apologizes to his son Walter when he misjudges him.

What’s not to like with this action-packed adventure? We gladly award it our Dove Seal for All Ages. Rest assured it will have a happy ending and the pigs find a way to send the big wolf and Walter away for a while. Join the three little pigs on their happy adventure!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: The pigs realize the importance of obeying their parents, remembering things their parents had told them.
Sex: None
Language: "You fool"-1
Violence: A wolf and his son pursue three pigs but do not harm them; large logs that come out of the wall smack a wolf but he is okay; pigs are thrown from racing car but are okay; a wolf tackles some of the pigs but they manage to flee; a large flower-like plant with big teeth chases the pigs but they survive; a car one of the pigs rides in falls in Mushroom land but she is okay.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: In a nice scene the three pigs save a wolf from a fall; tension between characters


Company: Cinedigm
Writer: Kidd Wang
Director: Wei Liu
Producer: Jack Ji
Runtime: 80 min.
Reviewer: Ed C.