Eliza (Lacey Chabert) and Debbie (Danielle Harris) are two sisters who don't always get along. But their relationship is put to the test when Debbie's life is in danger, and Eliza might have to give up her power to talk to animals.
Jimmy Neutron is a boy genius and way ahead of his friends, but when it comes to being cool, he's a little behind. All until one day when his parents, and parents all over Earth are kidnapped by aliens, it's up to him to lead all the children of the world to rescue their parents.Written by
The first CGI theatrical movie done entirely with off-the-shelf software. See more »
When the kids first see their parents again they are circled around the giant hatching chicken. The camera cuts away and in the next shot where the chicken is visible, the parents are missing. They return a few shots later. See more »
[answering Cindy's "Who's Poultra?"]
Poultra is our God... The mightiest, most ferocious creature in all...
[forgetting the answer]
Oh. I get tired of answering this. Roll tape.
[the television screen rises up, playing last night's special edition of "Yolktertainment Tonight" on the recorded VHS]
Hello, and welcome to our special edition of "Poultra: God of Wrath". Brought to you by: Goombla...
[fast forwarding the tape, skipping the entire story of Poultra]
Commercials! I hate them.
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During the credits shows us what happend to Jimmy's teacher Ms. Fowl after he shrunk her in the beginning of the movie. She is seen riding a worm to the cafeteria. See more »
On the VHS version, the movie opens and closes with the 90th Anniversary Paramount Pictures logo. However,on the DVD release, and on most TV prints, the 1986-2003 Paramount logo appears, which was in the original theatrical release. See more »
There's not too much that can really be said about "Jimmy Neutron" as far as films go. A previous reviewer described it as something to watch on a rainy Sunday afternoon and that sounds like an adequate description. There are a few reviews on this website of the film though which feel a bit harsh. Ultimately, theres no denying that "Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius" is a kids film, that's what it was meant to be, that's what it is. That's not a bad thing though. Whilst it may not have the adult humour of other animations (mainly the greatest animation of them all, "Shrek"), it does still have the occasional funny joke that will make people of all ages laugh. Whilst the plot is a bit wafer thin and the animation a bit simplistic at times, I'd like to see most of the reviewers on this website try and do better. Ultimately, I can understand that to some people, this film may not be their cup of tea, and for a long time I avoided trying to watch it. Once you sit down and give it the time of day though, you'll be pleasantly surprised. Not the best animation of the last few years, but definately worth a viewing.
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