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This ill-fated film was the brain child of Larry Kasanoff. It came out in the year 2012 and it features an all-star cast including Charlie Sheen, Wayne Brady, Hilary Duff, Eva Longoria, and even Christopher Lloyd. There's only one catch here; The film was supposed to come out in 2003. However, in late 2002, all of the film's files were reportedly stolen. In what was quoted, "an act of industrial espionage". An entire movie - right down the drain. At this point, some people would give up. They'd say, "That's the breaking point. We tried, team. Good job. Round up next week."
But not Larry Kasanoff, he was not one to accept defeat willingly. The next 10 years of this film's production cycle are shrouded in mystery. But one thing is known, they spent all of it trying to bring this film back to life like some sort of proverbial Frankenstein's monster. Perhaps it was because it meant so much to them or perhaps it was because the believed in it with hearts and minds. Or maybe it had something to do with them sinking $65 million into it.
It used the worst animated film. But now, It's good again!
The movie is like both CGI-Animated and motion captured in the year 2002. Of course it came out in 2012 and 2013 in both the UK and US.
With all of the swag you own, You might be awesome watching the movie itself! You would own all of the storybooks on your bookshelf with the other books on your book collection with all of the toys on your toy collection with the other toys and plush toys on your bed!
So, I give a 10/10. :)
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