Despite having marched with her cheerleading crew in the St. Patrick's Day parade downtown (from 4th-and-Yesler all the way to Westlake Center is a long friggin' way when you are five), IJ INSISTED on seeing this today. It was pretty much what you would expect, although I thought both Jim Carrey and Steve Carell underplayed a bit compared to what I was expecting (unlike, say, Robin Williams in Aladdin). There were definitely some laugh out loud moments for both the kids and grown-ups - pretty standard stuff.
The one compliant I have is that the big musical number at the end was REALLY out of place, and it would have been better used over the credits instead of the last scene. Also, I thought it was a little disconcerting watching the opening credits in the Dr. Suess traditional typeface. I mean, I must have read that book a thousand times as a kid, so I visualized it a certain way - to see it come to life was a bit jarring at first.
Still three thumbs up at my house, and three even bigger thumbs up for the most revealing Wall-E trailer I'd seen yet. Between that and Kung Fu Panda our summer viewing list is getting bigger.
Holy fuck shit motherfucker shit. Read comics. Fuck shit shit fuck shit I sold out when I did my job. Fuck fuck fuck shit fuck. Sorry had to do it....
Revenge of the Sith = one thumb up from me. Fuck shit. I want to tittie fuck your ass. -- The Guinness. to Cerebus
I guess that I was totally oblivious to any religious connotations. I thought it was good and funny, although Carol Burnette's character was rather annoying to me. My daughter loved it, and it kept her laughing. I'd definitely recommend this for kids, and adults who usually enjoy this type of movie.
Also included were longer trailers for Kung-Fu Panda and Wall-E...both look hilarious!
A clip of DOFP is shown after the end credits of Amazing Spider-Man 2. But no, Sony and Fox isn't doing a huge crossover. Some kind of compensation Sony gave Fox for getting Marc Webb to direct ASM2 instead of making a movie for Fox.