The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This fractured fairytale doesn't have the wit or animation quality to compete with the likes of the Shrek franchise.
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Someone give these folks a real budget so they can make a movie that looks as good as it sounds.
It's more than a little contrived, but Warburton's Wolf has a worldly, hard-bitten charm.
A breezy, passably funny spin on a children's classic, mixing slapstick and farce with character humour and delighting in demolishing stereotypes.
The production contains enough positive elements to make it worth a look, but not until it reaches DVD or TV. As a theatrical offering, it disappoints.
A warped, but mildly amusing twist on the childhood favourite.
The digital animation ranges from competent to clunky, the jokes too often feel tossed-off and random, and the movie too often descends into dullness, only to be yanked back from the abyss by the goat.
Somnambulistic from start to finish, it's a film whose title clearly refers to its paying-customer audience.
Despite its occasionally unfinished feel, Hoodwinked will probably keep everyone (adults and kids) entertained for its very brief running time.
Simply not worth the effort or expense of a family night out at the movies.
The idea is so great that it's a crying shame that the end product is such a sheep in wolf's clothing.
Co-writer / director Cory Edwards has a lot of fun blending the detective genre with the familiar fairy tale world and the witty script throws up several hilarious one-liners, many of which will sail over the heads of a young audience.
In its simplicity, this film is to Pixar what the old hand-drawn Charlie Brown cartoons were to Disney.
A funny and okay movie. I didn't love it, and the animation sucked, but this movie was funny and a interesting take on the story.
the actors all did there part in this film, and the result is pretty entertaining, with an entertaining twist on the story of red riding hood, the reason why i enjoy the film is how each of the stories are linked by the telling of each story told by each character
Okay...seriously? I can do animations better than this...this is like It's a Small World, animatronic creepy. And what a shame, too, because the script isn't half bad.
Family entertainment these days is pretty much a bust. Most of the time the content contained therein is just too soft and too nice to be enjoyable. There's no real tension without more dramatic content, usually involving guns, explosives, etc. Thankfully, Hoodwinked is quite aware of that. If I had kids, this is one I'd definitely sit down and watch with them. It's not difficult to figure out who the culprit of the caper is, but the ride to get there is totally enjoyable. I found some of the *wink-wink* moments at the audience with the music and the characters to be distracting, but mostly forgivable. This is a good solid animated flick for ANYONE to see and I'm not surprised that it's getting a sequel.
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