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Overly frantic, painfully unfunny, and sorely missing the presence of Jim Carrey.
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Whatever possessed director Lawrence Guterman and writer Lance Khazei to transform the sequel to 1994's libidinous hit comedy into pabulum?
A bright, fast, kiddie-oriented lark.
No doubt extensive market research shows that there's an audience out there for movies like Son Of The Mask, but it's too depressing to speculate who that might be.
In the five years I've been co-hosting this show, this is the closest I've ever come to walking out halfway through the film, and now that I look back on the experience, I wish I had.
If you are the son of Frankenstein, Flubber, Dracula, Lassie, Ali Baba, Sinbad, Billy the Kid, Davy Crockett, Robin Hood, Tarzan or Satan, you have to accept that the movie about you is likely not as good or memorable as the one about your dad.
A film top-heavy with joyless Tex Avery-style special effects and a dancing-baby bit embarrassingly reminiscent of TV's Ally McBeal.
Dumb and loud, with questionable material.
Sequels without their original stars are usually sent direct to video. Some deserve better, [but] this isn't one of those.
It's your usual low-budget, unbelievably bad sequel.
Kennedy is feeble and even Alan Cumming makes less of a meal than he could of his role as the petulant god of mischief.
Also struggling vainly against the visual effects are Traylor Howard as Kennedy's wife and Bob Hoskins as Cumming's father, the god Odin.
If nothing else, Son Of The Mask's bad seed baby serves up an all natural commercial for mental birth control.
"The Mask" is the absolute funniest film i've ever seen in my life. CGI enhanced the first film and made it even better then it already was. In this case, it makes this cash in plummet into the dirt. Everything about this film is painful and there are no redeeming features at all. The script is bad, the acting is bad, the characters are awful but worst of all. It's missing Jim Carrey and the physical comedy that made the original a golden comedy classic. Depressingly it is one of the worst films i've ever seen in my life.
Horrible, in my Top 10 worst films ever, i hate, hate,hate this crap
Oh my god haha this was such a terrible film. F
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