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This is one of the worst movie I have seen. And we lasted only 30mn before stopping the torture. And I am French.
The CGI is primitive, with nothing added to the obvious motion capture to make the character "alive", but most importantly, the story is abysmal and the character development non existent.
I am wondering how such an "object" can be made. It must cost some money to make, how is it possible to do not try to at least make something watchable? I guess you can see there the bane of the French entertainment industry: movies get income from pre-sales to TV channels, so they just have to show a bankable cast in some script that is sure to not offend anyone, and they cash in from TV braindead execs before even making the movie. I can see only this explanation for this "thing".
A perfect lesson on how NOT to do a movie.
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