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Originally supposed to have a theatrical release. See more »
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i have never in my entire life, witnessed such a mess of a movie. i
grew up watching fairly odd parents and was kinda excited when it was
announced. but the more i knew about it the more unimpressed i became.
and then i actually watched the film. what have they done to such a
good franchise. everything was so terrible. the characters didn't fit
at all in my opinion. the CGI was horrible. the plot was pathetic.
i've never sat through an entire movie just so angry and sad at it.
also some of the jokes were so unessential. for example, the rabbit
that laughed in the car? that didn't even make sense, like come on? i
think if anyone is truly proud of that film perhaps they should
re-evaluate their values and standards because i feel ashamed by just
watching that film.
in conclusion, if you want to keep your sanity and childhood happiness
alive, stay way WAY away from this terrible movie.
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