My boy wants to see it. I'll probably take him. Looks ok.
I like A and the C but seeing the poster of them dressed as rappers made me want to puke.
I watched this New Year's Day with the kids. They were enthralled and didn't wander up and down the aisles like usual (even my 3-yo sat on my lap the whole movie). As for me, it was the most wonderful power nap I have had in ages. The movie was incredibly LONG. Everytime I woke up the movie was still droning on. My sister said I snored a few times and she wanted to elbow me awake. I caught her napping too!
Saw it a few weeks back. My son loved it. I think it's squarely aimed at kids. Little redeeming value for adults aside from nostalgia, but mildy entertaining. I've sat through far worse for my child.
I will say I think Jason Lee is somewhat miscast. His Dave never gets enraged enough to justify the famous "ALVIN!!!" trademark yell. Either he was miscast, or directed to act a little too easy-going.
For a movie that is great for all ages, I recommend "Enchanted".
The way you described it---it sounds more like a script problem rather thanHis Dave never gets enraged enough to justify the famous "ALVIN!!!" trademark yell. Either he was miscast, or directed to act a little too easy-going.
an acting/casting problem
When I .... how do you say (?) .... think of my mindframe on this spaceplane, I'm Skywalker with my X-Wing like I was when I was a kid.
loved how it started with Daniel Powder's Bad Day
Your powers on Earth may seem extraordinary, Kal-El, but we are not gods. - Jor-El (Smallville Season 5)
We actually enjoyed it!
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