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Not my favourite of Terry Gilliam's many fantastically genius offerings, but an enjoyable movie with a fantastic cast and brilliant set designs and costumes, nonetheless.
One of my all-time favourite childhood movies. A beautiful story, exquisitely executed with simple but lovely animation.
Until I watched this movie I didn't realise that:
A. There could be another on-screen couple as pretentious and vomitous as Micheal Cera and Ellen Page
B. Any movie could make me dislike that adorably adorable little man, Jay Baruchel
C. Casting directors could really carry on hiring that colossally neurotic, geeky, useless-as-a-bag-of-rats-in-a-tampon-factory piece of jizz, Micheal Cera, to play the same role OVER and OVER and OVER again - he is not an actor, that is not acting, he is just a loser paid a great deal to be himself in movies, that I have no desire to watch
PS: I know this is like blasphemy to say, but I HATED Juno - Ellen Page and Micheal Cera were a painfully irritating on-screen couple, all the kids in that movie were rude and pretentious and badly raised, and, regardless of how cool that movie made it look - TEEN PREGNANCY IS NNNOOOTTT COOL!!!
This movie was Juno set in New York, with a different lead actress who wasn't pregnant, and I thus hated this movie on principal - good thing it had at least 2 pieces of adorable eye candy, or else I wouldn't have given it any stars.
SERIOUSLY bad - bad acting, bad direction, bad premise, bad everything, just BAD - DON'T WATCH IT!!!
This movie was lucky that Jon Favreau and Jason Bateman were in it, because it probably would have sucked elephant scrotum without them. It was bareable, and even funny at times, but I wouldn't watch it again.