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W Johnston Says, in 2-4-2010 at 23:05:49 from     

While this is obviously on the short list for the worst movie of 2008, I have decided that instead of totally bashing this movie (which is WAAAY too easy to do), I’ll list those who might enjoy watching this movie…

1) You always wondered what it would be like to BE INSIDE “Mario Kart” the video game.

2) If the thought of someone pouring hot, melted Starburst candies into your corneas sounds enjoyable.

3) If you’ve always wondered what it would feel like if you could be stuffed inside of a kaleidoscope and shaken for two hours.

4) You like overacting and cheesy dialogue

5) You like movies that are thrilled to be less or movies that are delusions minus the grandeur.

6) You don’t consider a movie enjoyable unless you can walk away with a good headache.

If you are any of the above, ENJOY! If not, you might want to just say “Go Speed Racer! Go (away)!”
Rating: 1 / 5

Richard K. Culbreath Says, in 2-4-2010 at 23:28:48 from     

I hate to confirm the first reviewer suspicion, but his RIGHT! I have seen alot of speed racer trailers and I will have to say this movie is in big trouble.
Rating: 1 / 5

Elizabeth Graffeo Says, in 2-5-2010 at 01:05:12 from     

People who care about animals should not rent or purchase Speed Racer. On the set of Speed Racer, a representative from the American Humane Association (AHA) witnessed an animal trainer “in an uncontrolled impulse, hit [a] chimpanzee.” If a trainer is bold enough to strike an animal in front of an AHA monitor, you can only imagine what is taking place behind the scenes when no one is watching.

Great apes are beaten into submission in order to train them for use in film, television, and advertising. As babies they are forcibly separated from their mothers and trained by being beaten, kicked, and even electrocuted. By age 8, they are too strong and unruly to be safely handled, so they are often warehoused or callously discarded at substandard roadside zoos. Many languish in small cages for decades. By purchasing the Speed Racer DVD, you’re supporting the abuse inflicted on great apes who are forced into the entertainment industry.

Rating: 1 / 5

Joe Mac Guy Says, in 2-5-2010 at 03:08:34 from     

That web-site said what a cool movie this would be. Who are they kidding?

This live action take on the cartoon was very stupid. No script, no acting. and no point to it at all. Better off buying a video game.
Rating: 1 / 5

Jonathan S. Friedman Says, in 2-5-2010 at 03:24:02 from     

Could not sit through this movie, found it an insult to my intelligence. Acting seemed stilted and fake from the beginning. Seemed superficial and aggravatingly ugly movie. I think I’ll stick to watching the old movies for a while.
Rating: 1 / 5

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