Join Mr. Magoo and his nephew, Justin, as they dodge giant robotic spiders and jetski ninjas on a kung fu-style adventure! When supervillian, Tan-Gu, invites the world's most notorious bad ...
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Join Mr. Magoo and his nephew, Justin, as they dodge giant robotic spiders and jetski ninjas on a kung fu-style adventure! When supervillian, Tan-Gu, invites the world's most notorious bad guys to compete in the "Evil-lympics," there's only one person who can put a stop to the wickedness and save mankind--Kung Fu Magoo! Written by
The film was originally set for a theatrical release in Mexico in 2009, but there was, to date, no further information regarding this. This makes Kung Fu Magoo the first film from Anima Estudios that never got a theatrical release. It instead had its Mexican premiere on Cartoon Network on July 2011. See more »
I was looking forward to this because I thought it might give me some ideas for a comic/animation I'm working on. I pretty much agree with everything the other reviewer said: this has the distinctive Flash animation look to it, which is OK in small amounts (commercials, etc) but in a full-length animation it just looks cheap and unprofessional. And the whole blind Mr. Magoo schtick gets old REALLY fast. He blindly keeps bumbling his way through the movie, somehow avoiding all trouble and beating the bad-guys. Keep in mind I'm a 40 year-old adult, so I'm rating this more harshly than a kid would. In all fairness, kids would probably love this, but it's not for adults.
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