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Snow White and the Huntsman at least tried. This, on the other hand, is Frozen II years in advance.
The first one doesn't look so bad now...who actually asked for this?
Normally eco-films bug me because they follow a formula...this one rams it into the ground.
Another New In Town for the modern era.
The visuals are creepy and the plot is thin.
It's a brainless movie, controlled by Brain Slugs.
It's a guilt trip. Nothing more.
Just another sticky, stinky story of boys, being boys. And refusing to become men.
So cute little short that complements WALL-E.
It feels stale because we've seen these movies before--these "terrorist" movies. That, and the fact that they treat the whole thing like a first-person-shooter really sucks eggs.
Wow...this looks stupid-real real stupid.
Mike Wazowski, is that you?
Wow. What a shallow movie--shallow director, actors, characters, plot...the main chick is an unappreciative Bella Swan all over again...
Using sexual harassment as a crutch for jokes is not funny, and this movie does just that--also, the names of the characters here suck.
Much like My Super Ex, this movie takes one (at least not sex-related!) joke and runs with it throughout the entire 1 hour 32 minute running time, and is also offending to Mexicans, nuns, professional wrestlers...and decent scriptwriters.
It sounds like they took three things: Mrs. Incredible finding an affair hair on Mr. Incredible's super suit and freaking out about it--extended, a burning hatred for women, and two unlikable dicks, shoved them all together in a blender, and made this, a not-too-amusing spoof of the Lois Lane-Superman genre. What's worse? The premise actually could HAVE WORKED if the two dicks weren't our main characters, the G-Girl character was less of a stereotype, and Bedlam (Bedlam--another strike against this movie for the unoriginal name and character ripped wholesale from 'The Incredibles') was more of a villain instead of a one-note 'love interest' for the annoying G-Girl presented in the movie. The poster made it look so hilarious too.
Oh, come on. Point a gun at this movie and shoot it.
Wow. A movie built for the sentimental family types who enjoy those crappy family movies.
This was not in theaters. No way...