That two sequels have been announced is terrifying.
The end is nigh! xD
Jul 29 - 04:08 PM
What Ethan said. lolol
Aug 6 - 03:37 PM
Jul 30 - 01:39 PM
Very, VERY terrifying.
Jul 30 - 02:17 PM
Jul 30 - 07:40 PM
Why couldn't they make a animated feature using traditional animation, not this distasteful mix of 3D and live action...
Jul 30 - 10:00 PM
Does the world need more fish out of water tales using famous cartoon characters? It's getting ridiculously boring by now. Alvin and the Chipmunks, The Smurfs, Fat Albert, etc.
Jul 31 - 09:55 PM
this should just stay in cartoon network
Aug 1 - 02:18 PM
Sigh...yeah, the ungodly amount of money its making can't possibly be an indicator that most everyone else on the planet likes the film...lets all be pretentious snobs and whine about how horrible it is...
At least this critic probably watched it before complaining...I'd bet pretty much anything that nobody else commenting here has actually seen it.
Seriously, why does ANY media source even waste money on film critics...they have absolutely NO idea what the average person likes, and I can't see any but the most elite thinking of snobs basing any movie going decisions on the word of one...
Aug 14 - 10:06 AM
Seriously? Movies are expensive. I'd rather know if something is worth seeing before wasting money on it. If I'm interested and it gets bad reviews I might just wait to Netflix it.
The fact that it made money isn't an indicator of people liking it; it's just an indicator that a lot of people went to the movies to see it. Whether they liked it or not was decided AFTER they saw it, and I bet you those two sequels will bomb hard.
Aug 17 - 09:30 AM
They won't bomb. These are children's movies, and all children loved it. I myself actually thought it was kind of funny. Any family will take their children to see a sequel.
Sep 4 - 07:38 PM
Sigh...you sound like a snob yourself...
Nov 30 - 08:04 PM
Say it isn't so! I have to sit through two more?!
Jan 14 - 04:01 PM
Indeed. I can't believe it.
May 20 - 11:49 AM