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The humor is gratingly dumb, and Kangaroo Jack contains too much violence and sexual innuendo for a family movie.
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Likable but negligible.
Parents beware: this film is too crude, violent and offensive for younger viewers.
A competent and workmanlike action-adventure romp for kids, briefly enlivened by a funny cameo from Christopher Walken.
Luckily, Australians can't take offence at the lame Aussie "you'd be a banger short of a barbie" stereotypes, because the American characters are just as puerile.
Aussie-set comic fiasco.
It's 89 minutes of pure agony without a laugh in sight.
A very bad movie -- shouldn't have been PG.
A ragged comedy that features much more lame slapstick action than bouncing beast.
Brainless and inane, this is for undemanding kids only.
Oh, how I wish I didn't know 'Jack'.
It's a thin, tedious caper only notable for its impressive Outback locations and a cameo from Christopher Walken that proves the word 'no' isn't in his vocabulary.
Whatever reasons led to the creation and release of this sorry excuse for entertainment, parents looking for some weekend fun with the little ones can safely steer clear of Kangaroo Jack.
What a waste of time. Too dumb, too nonsense, too strong for a family entertaining picture, but probably in some decades this horrible thing could be rediscovery by others genarations and receive the title of a classic 'so bad that's good' cult following.
It has a few moments of great hilarity and Anderson in the supporting role is hilarious but the acting of everyone else is bad and it completely misses it's target audience. Kangaroo Jack is one of those stupid movies that try to suck it up to the parents by feeding them adult humour, but it's too gross for a movie like this. Or is it?
Fine Ausralian-based, American-produced comedy about two best friends (Jerry O'Connell and Anthony Anderson) lure on their adventures to the outback with a frisky kangaroo. Cool car chases and planet stunts frame kid-pleasing jokes: camel farts, ants in the pants, etc.
I don't know why people don't like it! I find it increadibly ammusing!
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