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This is a abysmal movie.The script and sets are both beyond ridiculous and rarely make any sense at any time during the movie.Some of the acting is really over the top absurd,Rip Torn and Chevy Chase come to mind.With the exception of Courntey Cox,this film seems like it exists purely to provide a vehicle for over the hill actors to bring in a little up front income.However,since this movie will not turn a profit,it is the studio that will pay price in the end and I suppose they deserve it.The climax of the movie was even worse.I felt that there could of been a more better battle between the new zoom team and "concussion" (Kevin Zegers) but it was very short lived and the special effect was kind of bad and somewhat off in areas if looked closely; This movie is no "Sky high" at least there were more characters in that movie than just Four and I think that's the direction this director wanted to go but was afraid to push the boundaries and try not to compare it to Disney's version.overall:In fact,I found that movies like this can be made at home using a simple recipe:combine a heaping cup of clichéd plot,and bring to a boil.Roughly chop half a cup of washed-out family actor,throw in a pinch of terrible child acting,and I think you've got "Zoom 2",ha ha ha!!!