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The A.V. Club
While the stitches holding together the plot are clearly visible, Igor breathes some enjoyable life into its stolen grab-bag of gimmicks.
With an uneven and overstuffed script you appreciate the corner-of-the-mouth comments as delivered by Steve Buscemi.
If Mel Brooks were to team up with Tim Burton, the result might be something like the loony and colorfully tantalizing animated film Igor.
The Hollywood Reporter
Although the visuals tantalize and the actors providing the voices add a lot of sass, the result is only so-so.
The visuals are a kick; the groan-inducing dialogue isn't.
Though it has clever moments, it doesn't come close to the polished animation, wit and originality of the big green guy (Shrek).
Too bad Igor didn't jolt the film to life with his Frankenstein shenanigans.
The New York Times
An animated twist on the Frankenstein story that never sparks to life.
With its belabored gags, misfired pop-culture references and garish visuals crammed together like so many disjointed body parts, this manic kidpic cranks up the annoy-o-meter early on and rarely lets up.
So bad it's scary.
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