The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown (2015)

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Fred Flintstone and friends meet John Cenastone and other famous wrestlers.


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Directors:

Spike Brandt , Tony Cervone

Writers:

Jed Elinoff, Scott Thomas

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18 March 2015 | eddt078
6
| Just a Flinstones episode with WWE... But fun!
I'm a very HUGE fan of WWE and I was a fan of the Flinstones when i was a kid, so i was afraid, but really curious of the final result of this project, but as a surprise, it was good, even better that the other WWE crossover movie: Scooby Doo Wrestlemania Mystery. It feels that this movie was having more fun with itself, and the animation here was really funny, and "mobile" comparing to the other movie, allowing the characters to feel more alive, doing some funny moves and complementing the voice acting pretty well in the process, in that subject, the voice acting was one of the best part for me. Saw Cm punk playing himself and wrestling against Barney Rubble was simply hilarious, and the others like John Cena, Mysterio did an OK job. Is just an "ok" movie, nothing really good or bad to say about. That is my only problem, the movie is nothing special, is very predictable and "by the book" for that i give the movie just a 6. In conclusion, if you are a WWE fan, and want to have some silly fun with the wrestlers and the Flinstones, is worth it to check it out at least once, you can get a laugh or two, or feel really awkward with some of the Undertaker lines...

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