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7th August 2009

Summary:

An elite team of highly-trained guinea pigs is dispatched to scupper a billionaire's wicked plans for world domination.


When the FBI uncovers a plot that threatens the fate of the free world, who do they choose to send in? The answer is G-Force, a covert group of highly trained espionage guinea pigs who tackle the kind of tasks that would have the average agent running for cover. The team is led by Darwin (Sam Rockwell), who will stop at nothing to succeed. He's joined by weapons and transportation expert Blaster (Tracy Morgan) and sexy martial arts pro Juarez (Penelope Cruz). With the help of Mooch, the super-spy fly, and Speckles (Nicolas Cage), a computer wiz mole, G-Force must bring down a dastardly billionaire (Bill Nighy) before his mechanised army takes over the world. But with the odds stacked against them, have these plucky rodents got what it takes to defeat their nasty nemesis?

Review:

OK, technically it's brilliant. Obviously a lot of money and effort has been thrown at the visuals, but unfortunately the plot and writing has come a distant second to this. The story is just about adequate, but the writing/dialogue is generally just dull dull dull.

There seems to be no intelligence or flair to it at all, leaving children at best just entertained by cuddly animals talking, and at worse adults wondering why they're having to endure such boredom.

I've seen a number of 'kids films' at the cinema and this has got to be the only one I've watch feeling so un-entertained by. Quite simply kids, and definitely parents, deserve better than this!