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Thomas' Magical Birthday Wishes is a British-American-Canadian computer-animated children's miniseries.
Why It's Not So Magical
- To get the elephant out of the room, the miniseries is very unrealistic, almost to All Engines Go levels, here are some of many ways, this series is unrealistic:
- The bouncing is even more exaggerated and overused here than what it was in the "Big World Big Adventures" era.
- Possibly the most obvious and prominent reason, is because of the birthday wishes and magic stuff, which just don't fit Thomas at all since it's supposed to be a realistic TV series.
- There are times where Thomas goes off the rails and moves just fine without them.
- The engines have no visible drivers or firemen!
- Almost all episodes in this series have Eric Branscum's boring writing, and it is very formulaic.
- Bad animation from Pixel Zoo that's comparable to Xing Xing Digital's work
- The animation is also very lazy since there are no backgrounds.
- The Characters were flanderized and dumbed down from Series 17-24.
- Overall, it's an insult to Thomas and a awful way to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the franchise.
Really Useful Redeeming Qualities
- Very decent score from Chris Renshaw.
- Great voice acting from John Hasler, Rob Rackstraw, Yvonne Grundy and Rachael Miller