The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D Reviews
A young boy has crazy dreams that he tracks in a journal. Most of his dreams are about two children, Sharboy and Lavagirl, who live on a planet with good and evil. One inauspicious day the dreaming boy is whisked off to their planet to try and help them save it from an evil villain.
"I'm not evil, am I Max?"
"I don't think so..."
Robert Rodriguez, director of The Faculty, Desperado, Spy Kids 1-3, Sin City, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Machete, El Mariachi, and Planet Terror, delivers The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl. The storyline for this picture is dreadful as are the special effects for the most part. The acting is also below par, even for the genre.
"He's going to try and destroy you in your sleep."
I came across this film on Netflix and never really had an interest in watching it. I decided to watch it with my daughter and discovered this is as bad as historically reviewed. This is a miserable addition to the genre and I'd skip it unless nothing else is available.
"Some dreams are so powerful they become real."