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Three children become superheroes at night. During the school day a problem arises, and during the night the culprit is found by the PJ Masks and the problem gets solved by sharing ideas, ... See full summary »
Juan Luis Bonilla
A family show following the adventures of a joyful, funny and curious little creature called Booba and his friends. They always find themselves in hilarious situations trying to explore the world around them.
Masha and the Bear are heroes of Russian folklore, known to all Russian children. Just that in the series they are different and live in the modern world, which gave the creators from Animaccord Animation Studio the ability to bring new possibilities to their interactions. Series tell us about a unique relationship between two main characters. Masha is an exceedingly active little girl who can't sit still on one place and has to make everything a business of her own. The Bear is a big and hearty guy who loves comfort and quietness. After their first met the Bear is always in anticipation for another fun and wild adventure that Masha will surely pull him in. Every 7-minute high-quality 3D CGI animated episode includes original music and songs and the series is largely played out through action with little dialog making it easy for children around the world to understand.
I must confess that I only recently discovered Masha and the Bear and I have only seen the English version, although I'm sure the original Russian is just as enjoyable. If I were to have one minor criticism, that others have mentioned, it would be that Masha seems a little too mature (I had assumed her to be about 3). That aside, I've been enjoying it very much since I discovered it on Netflix. While Masha and the bear are known in Russian folklore, this sweet little show modernizes their surroundings, which opens up many new possibilities for interactions between the two, and it's the unique relationship between the title characters the make the series shine. Bear is simply a quiet homebody who is constantly witness to Masha's funny antics which involve such things as constantly dirtying her dress so that Bear has to do the laundry other and other again, disappearing and reappearing with Bear's magic kit, and competing with Bear's visiting cousin Panda. There's also a very funny running gag involving Bear trying to get the attention of a female bear and trying to keep Masha a secret from her but Masha keeps popping up between them.
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