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Plot: The story is about a team of trained secret agent flies and a mole that takes on a mission for the US government. A specially trained squad of not guinea pigs is dispatched to stop a diabolical billionaire, who plans to taking over the world with household appliances. Written by Anthony Pereyra… Runtime: 88 min Release Date: 24 Jul 2009
I thought this film was great,i don't understand why it didn't get a higher score.The storyline was fast paced, the animation and effects superb and the guinea pigs were generally funny.I thought the cast really made the characters come alive,I would definitely recommend this for families and children,the people giving it a bad review are not those whom it was made for. It is simply just a fun action film for kids, its's not trying to be a tarentino masterpiece, Disney did a great job on making another great flick for the family! The play-station game is great too!!
I thought it was great (by donutdarrell)
After reading some of the other reviews for this movie, I was beginning to wonder if I was reading about the same movie I had just seen with my grandson. I cannot believe how many reviewers did not like G-Force. My husband and I thought it was great and it kept our 4 year old grandson totally entertained the entire time. And this was despite technical difficulties at the theater that caused the movie to start almost an hour late! It was the first actual 3D movie we had seen though we have seen other examples of 3D at amusement parks, etc. and we very impressed. My husband and I were <more>
literally laughing out loud at our grandson ducking when things would appear to fly out the screen right at him. And I have no idea how they accomplished making the fly seem to come from the back of the theater towards the screen. The fly seemed to buzz right by my ear!! I would definitely recommend this movie.
I want to say that G Force was much better than I had anticipated, and I am surprised by the many negative reviews. Clearly aimed at the juvenile portion of the market, this grandfather had a delightful time attending with his 6 year old grandson. The special effects, even in 2-D, were extraordinary. I still am not sure what exactly I saw--was it animation, computer generated effects, live action animals? The effects were that good! The story line was very simple, but what do you expect in a children's story? The climax near the end with the most action was a bit over the top--hint: <more>
transformers ripoff--but it was part of a cute and unexpected twist in the story line which went along with the sheer fiction nature of the whole tale. All in all, I don't think this over-60 year old could have enjoyed a film for the elementary set any more.
I loved it. Its not for the serious movie goer (by simon3818)
I saw this in 3D at the cinema and loved it. OK, its never going to happen and totally ridiculous but who cares, its fun. Guinea Pig secret agents have to stop a company infiltrating the world with ordinary electrical appliances with explosive chips in them - yeah can happen anywhere. Its a definite on my Feel Good List as I watch this whenever I'm feeling down and it cheers me up. Its definitely not for movie goers who take films seriously and judge if they can really happen. It is seriously worth viewing at Christmas time with the family as I'm sure the kids will love it and will <more>
The Three Stooges meet Maxwell Smart in the Rodent World (by bilgerat99)
Having read so many negative reviews, I approached this film with some trepidation but I found it actually very enjoyable.If you can accept the premise of rodent heroes, in the same way as you might accept mutants or convicts in the same fashion, in X-Men or the Dirty Dozen , then you're halfway there. The excellent animations, seamlessly blended with film are superb, as is the pacing. The humor and dialogue are a combination of slapstick and subtlety and therein I think lies a problem for many viewers, maybe too much subtlety...Youngsters will appreciate the slapstick, tweens will get <more>
what they can from it, teens may find it lacking and adults, well, we all bring different viewpoints to our seats in the cinema, do we not? While it does not have anywhere near the emotional impact of the first part of Up, it is a quite polished and sophisticated undertaking and I consider myself fortunate to have ignored the other reviews and taken a chance with it.I would give it a very solid 7 but considering the beating it's been taking, I will give it an 9 in an attempt to counteract that - and I don't feel guilty in the least for doing so.
It's about Guinea pig secret agents. It's a great family film. It's got guinea pigs causing havoc and spouting bond-esque one liners watch for the references to other films . I'm not sure why it has such bad press. It's full of Guinea pig action and jokes aimed at younger kids. What is not to appreciate? Do we have to expect real guinea pigs?!Ignore the snobs. Embrace the G-Force!This is written by a Dad of three hurtling towards his 40th.
G-Force movie review (by unirico41)
I have to hand it Jerry Bruckheimer, is there anything this man can't do? I never thought he could pull off a family animation film and he has without a flaw. 'G-Force,' Disney's new animated 3-D movie experience is a wonderful and fun film that kids as well as parents can enjoy. My wife who is in her 40's loved it and laughed intensely throughout the film, particularly, at Tracey Morgan's guinea pig character 'Blaster'.The story is about a team of specially trained secret agent guinea pigs that take on a mission for the US government. They're dispatched to <more>
stop a diabolical billionaire, who plans to taking over the world with household appliances. A bit ridiculous, right? Yes, but it's made for infants.The voices here are top notch, except for Penelope Cruz who seemed uncomfortable voicing animation. I always have thought that is a talent very different from being in front of a camera and not everyone will equate their on-screen performances with their off-screen performances. Tracey Morgan was the highlight, but it was Nicolas Cage who surprised everyone by changing his voice for the mole character 'Speckles'. The voice was unrecognizable. On a interesting note, at a press conference, Cage spoke about how his kids didn't know he voiced the character, and the same goes for all his work, because he wants to shield them from his celebrity. Essentially, he implied that his children have no idea he's a big time Hollywood superstar and will do everything from them ever knowing. Interesting, huh? The 3-D experience was the best I've ever seen, and I'm not just saying that. Kids are so lucky that this film was made for them and not adults. The director Hoyt Yeatman, a visual effects guru, personally told me that he finished rendering the film just last week. Are you kidding me?! Not to get too technical, but the reason for such an onerous task is the attention to detail. According to Yeatman, the rendering took years with several hundred people working on it. If this isn't a labor of love than I don't know what is, but it shows and we're all lucky for it.Overall, I thought the film was funny, visually pleasing, and the pacing was never dull or incongruent. 'G-Force' is made for kids, but parents are going to be pleased applauding right into first place at the box office. Funny enough, I asked Jerry Bruckheimer if there was a sequel in the works and he said, "If we fill the seats with happy customers, we'll do another one". That's not going to be a problem.
Made the way superhero movies should be! (by velvoofell)
A team of heroes, theri story told with an enthralling set piece showcasing their powers, then a segue immediately into a story. Sound exciting? It is, and, if it were not for the insistence on wallowing in long shots of "name" actors, superhero movies could be this way to!It is a little too adult in parts - the female guinea pig's romantic playing of her two male colleagues and some pet shop scenes among others - but this signs the cheque that lesser films like 'Cats vs.Dogs' and 'Snow Dogs' promised, mainly by weaving the fact the animals can talk into a major <more>
plot device.Better than both 'Fantastic Four' movies, with a more credible and better rounded villain than most "adult" action movies, this is a winner!
Who ever this last post was from Author: thefonzisgod from Canada does not have kids. I'm seriously concerned as to his sanity level when he states' "First off, the characters are very unlikable" .. hey buddy did you look to see that the Characters were not human,, they are guinea pigs!! Geee whizzz it's a fun filled action movie for "KIDS" ... chill and see it for what it is.. a fun action movie.. My kids enjoyed it so much they would love to see it again. The animation and special effects,, CGI and Real were fantastic.. I can see this becoming a series for <more>
"KIDS" ... I laughed just as much as the "Kids" did and enjoyed the puns for adults... If your looking for a MI-3 then don't see this movie.. but if your in for a good time go see this movie.. Job well done!