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[angry people are standing outside Harold's house]
It's an angry mob!
No, it's not. There's only seven people out there. And most of them are children.
[one of the people pulls out a pitchfork]
Oh, wait. There's a pitchfork. It is an angry mob!
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that seems to be the overriding theme in this animated film.young kids will probably like it due to the bright colours and loud noise.the message is good,but the movie itself is not that special.it is obviously family friendly,as there's nothing objectionable i can think of.so parents.can be pretty confident they can set their kids down in front of this by themselves with no worries.the CG animation is pretty good,and i liked the voice talent.it plods along pretty slowly though to its inevitable conclusion.still,it's not a horrible movie by any stretch.and it's less than 80 minutes,so that's a good thing.and it's a really positive movie.for me,The Nutty Professor(2008)is a 4.5/10
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