There’s something just so lovable and endearing about these nitwits, two boys who are too stupid to realize just how dumb they truly are.
An animated film that’s unusual in style and tone, but the characters and voice actors are good enough for a mild recommendation.
You’ll be transported to a nightmarish world that’s filled with violent, disturbing images, while the script takes a backseat to the eye-popping, visionary creativity.
Lacks one of the most important trademarks of a Pixar film: imagination. The artistry is there, but it doesn’t have an inspired vision.
A sweet movie with a timeless and inspiring tale of courage and kindness.
This one isn’t noteworthy at all, but it’s not awful, either. There’s enough here to entertain most kids for a couple of hours.