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Dr. Benton C. Quest:
These climatic anomalies are not limited to equatorial latitudes. It's too warm in Greenland, too dry in England.
[as his turban is almost blown off]
And too windy in Mexico!
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Pretty good, but the original series is way better
This movie served as a bridge of sorts between the old Johnny Quest and JQ 2000. Johnny Quest VS the Space Insects is certainly much better than the mess that is JQ 2000, but for real Quest adventures, you can't beat the original series. That is where Race is at his coolest, as well as Benton and the boys and Bandit. I don't mind Jesse, Race's daughter, who is in this movie, but she's not as interesting as Johnny and Hadji.
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