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Kimberly J. Brown,
During the chaos at the ballpark caused by Casper's uncles, all the hot dogs in buns that fall off the hot dog cart and the ones that fall on the members of the running crowd are still raw. They are still slender and "square-shaped" from just coming out of the package. Cooked hot dogs have a plumper, "more round" shape. Note: the CG hot dogs that fall out of Fatso's belly, as he flies overhead, have the correct shape. See more »
[Wendy's aunts are mixing a potion]
Did you put in enough belladonna?
Speaking of belladonna, I one knew one. A Donna, that is. She had two kids, so I guess that makes her a MA-Donna! Get it? Madonna?
Oh, all right. I'll shut up.
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The third film in the 'Casper' series is a boring mixture of poor CGI, inane dialogue and pitiful jokes. It's full of actors who deserve better than this slop.
This time around Casper and his mean uncles take a vacation at a holiday resort where witches Teri Garr, Shelley Duvall (why, ladies, why?) and their niece Hilary Duff are also staying, leading to many naff visual effects and a story that ping pongs all over the place as warlock George Hamilton tries to get his hands on zzzzzzz.
Worse than 'A Spirited Beginning', this is a half-assed movie full of cut-price visual effects and tacky gags that hits bottom with (another) turn from Pauly Shore, of all people. A minimum of effort in just about every department ensures that this cheapo cash-in dies a horrible death, much like its title character must have done at some point.
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