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The story arc was not bad. The notable actors were fine. The writing was meh. Lots of low hanging potty humor and innuendos trying to pass as jokes.
What can I said that had not been said about this I know nobody has ever called this a good moive
Worst Netflix movie of all time!
funny & entertaining animated story to watch with the family with a good message
Way better than Top Wing
It was a very enjoyable and pretty fun animated family comedy adventure. It had really excellent animation, really great voice cast, really fun characters, very nice humor, really great adventure, really great music, really well done visuals and a very interesting storyline. It’s just as good as “Hoodwinked!” but it’s still enjoyable. I could recommend this movie to kids and adults alike.
Pretty funny. Lots of adult humor.
I thought this film was fantastic, though a little inapropriate at times. Also the film had great visual art and animation that is not common for small studios. Also a good cast with Jim Gaffigan, Stephen Fry, Carl Reiner, and others. The only downsides are a few inapropriate jokes and the fact of some minor editing errors. All in all, while not exactly on par with major such as Incredibles 2, Duck Duck Goose is not the worst film ever made.
This film was actually really funny, I saw dislikes for the trailer on YouTube but thought I'll give it a shot, this is not a childs film - more a family film, the humour is more aimed at 8-13/adults with a bit of childish-ness... To give you an idea, the "human age" of the characters would be 30 for the goose and 16 for the older girl duck and 8/10 for her brother... It really is an alright film, but parents be warned there are adult jokes but none the kids would understand, so it's fun for all of the family :)
A fun movies and worth to watch.