Saturday, July 25, 2009

REVIEW: G-Force In Disney Digital 3D


Nicholas Cage,
Sam Rockwell

July 24, 2009


Hoyt Yeatman

Walt Disney Pictures

1 hour 29 minutes




With lots of action, plenty of comedy, and talking guinia pigs, you got yourself a pretty fun 3D adventure that can entertain most kids (like me), and some adults. G-Force follows the adventures of specially trained animals known as the G-Force. On their mission, they try to find out what world famous coffee maker macinest Lenaord Sabor is secretly planning behind the government. Unfortunately before they can get the proof, they are secretly taken to a pet store to stay in captivity. Now, our heroes, Darwin, Blaster, Juarez, Speckles, Mooch, and the new trainee Hurley must break out and save the world before Mr. Saber takes control of it. The only critique I have to say about this movie is how they set up the 3D version. You see, what Disney does to try to get a good 3D experience out of everyone is they have it in a sort of widescreen DVD format, which means you see black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. You're probably thinking, what's so wrong about that? Well, what's wrong with that is the characters or object pop out of the picture we see and into the bars, which is ort of a pop up book that's not necessary. Otherwise, I really enjoyed its style of action, comedy, and suspense. Parents, if you didn't enjoy recent Disney movies such as The Shaggy Dog or Beverly Hills Chihuahua and have kids who want to see this might want to take their sleeping pills unless they see it in 3D, which I totally recommend for any age over 5 years. So, try to go and enjoy yourself when you witness the heroic acts of the G-Force.


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A Christmas Carol

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs

Despicable Me

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Alvin And The Chipmunks The Squeakquel

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