Why is it that every single CGI talking animal movie nowadays has to have a fart joke in it? Is it some law? Do the writers actually write good stuff and then the executive up in his gold plated office walks in and says “ The script looks great, but where is the scene where the talking dogs fart?” And why …why do the kids watching the movie think it is by far the funniest scene in the
[COLOR=#000000][FONT=Times]An inspirational movie about an injured dolphin that has to have his tail removed and then needs to have a artificial tail created for it in order to survive. It is based on a true story, but with elements added that were typical Hollywood conventions. It is very similar to Free Willy in that a young boy ends up making a connection
I'm not the biggest fan of most of the Dreamworks movies which is why this movie was a bit of a pleasant surprise for me... Not one of the big movie makers this movie actually had a little heart to it that some of the Dreamworks movies usually lack. The movie focuses on a bunch of forest critters that wake up from hibernation to find that they neighborhood has changed quite a bit (in that the
I didn't see this in the theaters because I'm not a big fan of the talking dog movies (Unless that dog is named Scooby Doo). I mean I cringe when I watch a trailer for Rats from Beverly Hills or Snow Pals go to the Mall or wherever they are going this time. But for every adult comedy like The Changeup 2011 8 out of 10 or The Hangover 2 8 out of 10 that makes it into the Netflix Queue ----goes
I just don't get the whole Shrek thing....Sure Donkey is funny (I mean Mushu). But other than that the fart jokes and burp jokes and the 15 minutes of characters from Shrek singing American Idol at the end of Shrek 2...It just isn't great stuff... The animation isn't anything special and the stories are weak and filled with jokes that for me just fall flat. I gave up on the widely popular
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