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We had free passes that were coming up for their date of use so we took a stroll to the theater to watch a family "G" rated movie. Unfortunately, it was the only one available (sadly, Shrek III was opening the next day...) so we went for it.
You know what, i was expecting a awful movie but i ended up finding it to be fair. But in a family perspective. The acting for the young and adult actors is way under the average and the characters are so naive, sometimes it hurts !
5/10 for its family values, the scene with the owl (which i found the funniest) but the lack of continuous laughter.
Again, to be enjoyed with the company of for 6 to 10 year old kids.
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