Outstanding, Gillian Anderson, Rob Brydon, Martin Clunes, Max Lang, Jan Lachauer, Broom, Witches, Cats, Dogs, Frogs, Dragons, Spells, Wand, Animated
The witch tapped her broomstick and whoosh! The witch and her cat were gone. This captivating motion picture, as inspired by the book Room on the Broom, by Julia Donaldson, follows a witch and her cat as they fly through the wind. Along the way, the witch loses articles including her hat, bow, and wand. As each article is lost, the witch and her cat fly down to find what they are looking for, and on their way pick up a dog, a bird, and a frog. Everyone seems happy (even though the cat may not have been at first), but when the frog jumps on the broomstick, it snaps in two and the animals fall into a bog. As the witch gains control of her broomstick, a mean dragon, who just so happens to like witch with French fries, starts to chase her. But the witch has nothing to fear! Together, the cat, dog, bird and frog had seen the witch in distress and devised a plan to scare off the dragon. After their success in doing so, the witch starts a potion and instructs her friends to throw something into her pot. She mutters a spell and creates a “truly magnificent broom!” They all climb on; the witch taps the broomstick, and whoosh! They are gone.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
"Room on the Broom,"
Children's Book and Media Review: Vol. 38:
10, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cbmr/vol38/iss10/5