G-Force

Another 3D movie cammed out this year as G-Force, where producer Jerry Bruckheimer tried to dazzle us with the spy world seen throw different eyes, as guinea pigs are trained as special agents from a FBI division that trains animals to work in espionage. I personally didn’t see this movie in 3D, fact that cut away a huge part of the fun, and found myself couldn’t standing in the cinema one more minute after the first 10 min from the movie.

G-Force

G-Force

I realized that I was going there with my child and he was enthusiastic to see this movie, but the way it was made and directed and the lines from the characters not to mention the actors themselves had nothing in common and wasn’t to much of a kids movie in that way. The lines they exchanged even tho they didn’t had profanity were all about things like “Why doesn’t x love y” and “How can you get that sweet ass”, remarks that I wouldn’t put in a kinds movie. The second bad part was that most of the movie, the characters had nothing really funny to say or all the event themselves weren’t funny and didn’t gave me or my son any satisfaction or laughters as I may expected. In fact the movie trailer was pretty much above the whole movie and in fact the trailer showed like 80% of all jokes in the movie, thing that is common now a days in which producers make a very impressive Trailer to capture the attention of as many viewers as possible, when the movie actually offers next to nothing new and certainly its a waste of time. Also I may add that this is a really hard movie to watch with you wife or girlfriend or a female companion in general due to the guinea pigs that are seen by women as “giant rats”, and the fact that they are talking also makes the giant talking rats, so think twice if you want to bring your girlfriend to the cinema to watch a comedy film.

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