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I have never written a review of a movie before, but I'm thinking as I watch this with my son that they must have paid the writers $3 to write this. Horrid set, horrid acting (not the children,they are better then the adults!) and THE worst writing I have ever experienced for a Disney movie. I'm so disappointed. The repeated talking in 3rd person is annoying, and frankly, the persistent use of the word "dudes" is enough to make me angry. I really don't want my kids going around calling everyone 'dude'. Disney quality has really hit an all time low with this film. I'm all for family time, and enjoying movies together, but this is unreal. Save your money and time and find another movie to watch with your family. Based on this movie, I wouldn't waste my time with other similar films.
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