Do you know, when you are watching a sequel to movie you loved? Well,that's not a case with Kis Vuk, which was advertised as one to a Hungarian Classic. But compared to the original, it looks more like a rip-off than a material related to it. Not a sequel at all.
Mockbusters are movies that piggyback on the publicity of popular works, hence the similar title, but They do not tend to be released in cinemas, let alone have the same treatment as Kis Vuk did in Hungary, BUT: It's Animation is just demonic, it's characters are non-existent, bland, and ugly, just as everything. There is no story, at all. The love-stories are forced and just doesn't fit the Vuk Lore. Gát would argue, but well, I don't think He was sane the whole time He was directing it. And I shall be dead if the whole "Budget", namely 5 million Euro, and 1,4 Billion Forint, was at all used for this Mockbuster. But well, who knows what kind of mental disease Gát has, it probably involves greed. If you are making something a sequel, do not make the characters take on a new style, nor redesign anyone drastically. And this movie just shits on that, thinking it will have any sort of success being the controversy it is. A sequel should also have ALL connections to its predecessor. Well, we saw no proof to that. And the fact we see the face of the humans? We would have seen at least one in "The Little Tramp" but at least it knew what it was hiding. In Kis Vuk, we are not afraid of any of the humans, despite humans being seen as evil in the face of the hunted animals. Sound effects include only sounds from a free downloadable archive, and a lot of sounds are repeated a million times, very noticeably. And those songs? Are you freaking kidding Me? Probably the Craze for Justin Bieber, whose haters are proved right by this day, inspired them, except that one character that doesn't even fit what's happening. And did I tell you about the camera-motion? It's not helping. Trust me, it's making it worse to make out anything from the movie. And there are also objects in it, which would have fit in a Inspector Gadget ripoff, but In something supposedly about the son of Vuk, it's just not fitting.
In short, it lacks a story, it lacks characters, and it looks and sounds like a sketch, rather than a complete movie. As I said, out of the 1,4 Billion Forints, no money went into this production. If some did, wasn't more than, maximum, a few thousands. The main problem: It is selling itself out as the sequel to Vuk from 1981 and the novel it's based on, but it breaks golden rules of being a sequel, and lacks any connections to it whatsoever, also, its aura is just... NO!!!! Gát György just denies the truth when told to him, and avoids any form of punishments. He is actually Video the Brinquedo of Hungary, just worse. My judgment to this movie is: Please, remove any claims that it's a sequel, and replace all of them with the Ripoff and Mockbuster labels. Because Kis Vuk is more like Ratatoing to Ratatouille. A cursed copycat who borough shame not only to Hungary, but to PLANET EARTH and all lifeforms inhabiting it. Seriously.