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ACEMAN1 Says, in 2-4-2010 at 05:27:33 from     

When growing up I watched basically every classic animated film you can think of, and animated films continued to be classics until 2005 when disasters like Madagascar and Chicken Little caused the downfall of animated movies. Since then there have been very few American animated films that I’ve actually liked, this movie is not one of them, and went down at #4 on my top ten worst movies list. Everthing that animated films used to do right is all done wrong here with hardly anything good left to say about this piece of piss-poor quality crap that I watched. Despite the fact this movie has amazing visuals, that did hardly anything to make me say anything something good about this travesty which I hope rots and burns in the flames of movie hell. The characters are lame as they come and even sound lame, which made me want to shank them with something sharp. The plot is groan-worthy even for a comedy along with it’s humor. The dialogue is terrible and is incredibly boring and uneventful. To make matters worse this is the worst science-fiction I’ve ever watched which makes it even worse to watch than Captain Eo starring Michael Jackson. This film is as rancid as piss that’s been sitting in a toilet for three weeks, and is a real stinker. The director deserves to be punched in the face, many times over. This movie really sucks a–, in fact it’s complete a– because of how shamefully awful it is put together. Perhaps to improve these problems make an animated film in which the main characters are not children and make a serious movie as well as create a storyline that doesn’t suck a–(We don’t need anymore freaking comedies dammit!). Avoid this catastrophe because it is utterly bad and a total disaster on all fronts in which there are only a few good things to say about it.
Rating: 1 / 5

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Marci Brooke Says, in 2-4-2010 at 07:28:31 from     

The main character can’t get adopted, even though he is smart, he’s too old. The villian wasn’t adopted, therefore making him a villian.

Enough said? More than enough for my family and me.

Rating: 1 / 5

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Mr. Yves Guittard Says, in 2-4-2010 at 10:11:41 from     

Disney should stop producing CGI movies as they are all helplessy soppy and, worst, tedious. I can’t believe this is the same company who produced the Jungle Book or the Lion King… Pixar’s CGI movies are far better in everything (originality, imagination, animation, script, wit, humor, etc.) I really regret to have spent almost 20 dollars for this rubbish.
Rating: 1 / 5

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R. Brown Says, in 2-4-2010 at 12:03:45 from     

I can’t recall the last time I gave up on a movie … I usually will suffer through anything just to get to the end. But I had to stop halfway through this.

The “official” review says it gives a fresh perpective on what the future may look like, or some such nonsense. Give me a break.

Good for kids? Whatever the producers were aiming at, I didn’t get it, and I doubt my adopted 4 or 6 year old daughters would either. They would get the early scene about the main character’s despair over ever being adopted, then they would have quickly lost interest in the confusing dialog that follows for the next 45 minutes and simply have been left with a very negative message about adoption.

If I could give this a zero, I would.

Rating: 1 / 5

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Star Blackfeather Says, in 2-4-2010 at 14:25:41 from     

If you were an adopted child, this was not a good experience. You go back through time, and it is the only chance you will have to see your mother. To turn away at the last minute, you have pined for this moment your entire childhood. The whole concept stinks!

That bouncing around with very little plotline also stinks!
Rating: 2 / 5

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