nelz wrote:Bargain! We took two kids to see Yogi Bear at the weekend, almost £43 for 81 minutes, plus over a tenner for two popcorns and two drinks. That didn't include the 3D glasses, which we had already bought.
nelz wrote:It was quite enjoyable, although not fifty quid's worth.
AndyBaxman wrote:I'm only glad the kids didn't persuade me to take them to see The Last Airbender. Must be the worst film I have seen in the last 10 years (or more).
Rhakios wrote:Reviews I have read subsequently have suggested that the film would only appeal to existing fans of the TV series...
heiowge wrote:Rhakios wrote:Reviews I have read subsequently have suggested that the film would only appeal to existing fans of the TV series...
They were wrong. I loved the series. The film is a pale imitation, with poor acting, incorrect racial casting (3 caucasian actors instead of 2 native americans and a chinese actor, and an asian, but from the wrong side of china.) , crappy dialogue and plotline so full of holes you could drive the QE2 through it. Sideways.
But that's what comes of cramming 7 hours of cartoon into 2 hours of film. Still the special effects were worth all of that, weren't they?
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