Even if it's made over a 100 years ago, it is amazingly convincing. The moon sets look very creative, and I like the way the umbrella turns into a mushroom, and I liked how the moon and stars are made out of human faces.
Let's hope Toy Story 3's much better than this junk. The human characters are so underwritten; particularly the father. Why do the movie fathers always have to be SUCH jerks!?! Why do the movie fathers always have to care more about their business than their families? Why do the fathers always have to be taught to be loving? I'm SOOOO tired of that! During the movie, I was thinking: Why can't Hollywood offer writing classes so writers can write 'REAL' characters and not tired old stereotypes? That way we could get less crappy movies like this one. As for the rest of movie, the story turns out WAAAAAYYY too predictable, I could easily see where the story is going to the romances, to the bullying, the dog runs away from home, bla, bla, bla, etc. One more thing. Did we really need the unbelievably contrived dance sequence at the end?
I had real trouble getting awake in this film. It really bored me to death. There just isn't much sense of adventure on what made Robin Hood a legend in the 1st place. I'll give credit for the production design though.