By boolabearsays
Written September 28, 2016
i took two 11 yr old girls and they said it was ok too long . i asked if it would be something they would like to own NO . i thought the 3D was pretty cool but as the kids say i am old skool
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By burlshirt
Written July 29, 2016
So NOT worrth the $$. This is supposed to be a kids movie, TERRIBLE. They have thrown in homosexuality, curse words! What is this world coming to??? Can't we just have good, clean, family movies???? Very Disappointed!
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You and Your Kids will Love It

By kngeorge
Written June 26, 2016
not too many kid friendly movies out there -- the animation quality in this movie is unbelievable; that coupled with a good story line make for a great experience. The audience applauded at the end.
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For Kids (or adults who love stories and animation)

By sprdrk77
Written August 19, 2012
I loved this movie, and was entranced by the style of animation. It wasn't the dreamworks standard animation, and it wasn't wallace and grommit claymation, it appeared as though all the little action figures you played with as a kid came to life. It was better than anything Tim Burton has done in animation since creating Jack Skellington. Very cute and made primarily for kids (although there are some very random adult jokes they hopefully don't catch on to) and has a very Disney-esque storyline.
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By firstdance2000
Written September 30, 2016
Whatever the writers thought they were attempting in social upliftingness, they failed. This is so mediocre of content and delivery. Just for good measure...two teens accompanied me and, since I'm an adult and need to sit in other parts of the theater...was text'd on 2 occasions asking if we could leave. NO, I said...thinking... A. High Rotten Tomato score B. It will pick up at some point Nada..nope...not going to happen. So, this is not a movie experience worth the money, improved by 3D, or even worth renting. And lets not forget how "gay hollywood" decides at the end of the movie to make the buff older brother gay as he is asked by a girl to go to the movies only to tell her how much his 'boyfriend' loves chic flics. Maybe I'll label this Despicable You....Oh ye Hollywood Uncouth!
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