McDull: Boluo You Wang Zi


McDull, Prince de la Bun

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Synonyms: McDull Movie 2, McDull: The Prince of the Pineapple Bun with Butter, Mak Dau BoloYao WongZi
Japanese: 麥兜菠蘿油王子
English: McDull, Prince de la Bun
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 24, 2004
Producers: Bliss Pictures
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Source: Unknown
Genre: ComedyComedy
Theme: AnthropomorphicAnthropomorphic
Demographic: KidsKids
Duration: 1 hr. 17 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Ranked: #131022
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Popularity: #15823
Members: 299
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Synopsis

McDull, Prince de la Bun is a 2004 animated Hong Kong film directed by Yuen Toe. Telling the life a the fictional pig McDull, it is a sequel to My Life as McDull (2001) and it was followed by McDull, the Alumni (2006).

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The film won Best Animation Feature at the 41st Golden Horse Awards.

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Nov 19, 2010
Firstly, please don't judge this movie by its poster - its not what you thought.
Secondly, please don't rate unless you've done watching it, thank you :)

Prince De La Bun, which is a sequel to the character Mcdull, this title may sound nonsense to you - in fact, it is a parody(and mixture) for the story "Little Prince" and a classic Hong Kong food (So called Bor-Lor-Yao, looks like a Japanese melon bun with a slice of butter in it) Ok that's the background, now start the review.

Story: 10/10
It is not suitable for children, though it does content a few well-planned jokes(Mainly HongKonger oriented). The story ...

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