The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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On the plus-side, kids aren't going to care enough about the quality of effects to enjoy Mee-Shee any less.
In this padded out family movie, even the scenes above the lake's surface feel a bit wet.
Essentially the Loch Ness story set in the wilds of Canada (but filmed in New Zealand), this is an enjoyable story about a boy on an adventure with his dad. It's nothing terribly original, but it's decently well-made.
This is a pretty klutzy movie. There is a busy single parent, his ignored kid, the compulsory bad guy, the compulsory love interest, the compulsory native local, the compulsory Loch Ness-type monster which all gets wrapped up so everyone can go home happily ever after.
Mee-Shee is a decent film. The great part about this movie is it opens the minds of people again about lochness, nessie, and champ and the probability that perhaps there is a creature out there while adding some efforts and hints to protect not neccesarily "sea monsters" but all aquatic animals that may be on the verge of extinction.
The actors are not magnificent but there not too bad either. The little boy and girl probably could of done better, but they were okay for there ages. The film takes the legend of a sea monster to the extreme and goes a little to far at times, but it's a nice movie for kids to watch. My nephew really enjoyed it and that was enough for me too.
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