PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
When missile technology is used to enhance toy action figures, the toys soon begin to take their battle programming too seriously.
One of the early aesthetic issues for Winston and his crew was determining whether the Commandos and Gorgonites should look and move like plastic action figures or like real, organic characters. "The question was," said Winston, "do we design the same limitations we saw in real action figures into our characters? Or do we go beyond those limitations to give them more life? We decided that to create really great performances, we had to give our characters a greater range of motion than a real toy. Our rationale was that these weren't just toys -- they were the coolest toys ever, which had somehow come to life."
He's here! He's early! He's not supposed to be here now. He said... okay, here's the copy of... check.
Larry Benson: Pretty exciting, huh?
Irwin Wayfair: I don't know. I think it's kinda sad, I mean you know Heartland Toys has a long tradition of bringing joy to kids, ya know? ...
When Christy and Alan go to the toy store's back room in the beginning, Christy's hair jumps back and forth over her shoulders between shots.
The MPPA rating screen at the end reads "PG," but the movie is actually rated "PG-13."
The DVD features some deleted scenes:
$14,047,592 12 July 1998