This movie is profound in it's portrayal of a situation we all know and understand: an anthropomorphic kangaroo getting himself into hilarious shenanigans. Give it a watch, it'll make you laugh and you might just learn something too.
Genuinely one of the worst movies I have ever seen. Reviewers seem to point to Adam Sandler's acting but all he did in the movie was scream like a child. The soundtrack added to the nauseating obnoxious atmosphere. Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to go slam my head against a wall and hope I can remove these two hours from my memory.
I loved family Guy for the first five seasons, it was so classic, each episode felt like the writers were having tonnes of fun, the animation was also great.
That all changed when season six came. And what a mess the the show has become since then. The animation looks cheap now and characters have been dumbed down into simply terrible people, as well as that the show just developed this awful attitude and I have no doubt that all of this is simply because the writers no longer care.
I can see why this movie might be divisive among people, the storyline is complicated and the dialouge can seem stilted at times, but I cannot deny the profound effect it had on me
There are very few movies that I have finished and wanted to watch again immediately after but this is one of them. Every shot is like a piece of art, and there is just this sense that the world being displayed is not our own but like some surreal Wes Anderson-land.
Although it is unlike the real world it still manages to portray this true feeling of melancholy that I have simply not experienced with any other movie.
While I do not think it is a flawless movie I do think it something everyone should see once.