With good pacing, excellent voice talent, quality animation and direction, and a positive message, this is a family film that’s firing on all cylinders.
Captures the perfect underdog charm for Blaxploitation icon Rudy Ray Moore’s stranger-than-fiction life story.
The visual and physical humor is when the film is at its funniest, especially when it’s accompanied by the deadpan, monotone line delivery. Most of this film feels weird for the sake of being weird, and there’s nothing freaky or special enough to make it memorable.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: I’m still laughing when thinking about all of the clueless parents who will mistakenly take their children to see the vulgar