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It's so ridiculous and bland that I would not know where to start. This boring film is more directed to kids than the original from 1994, and the proof is that the magic of Jim Carrey movie here has completely disappeared. The director of the 1994 film, Chuck Russell, is conspicuously absent, and his position is usurped here by Lawrence Guterman, the same man over the helm in the insufferable comedy "Cats & Dogs". The script was original, could be polished a lot, the concept of keeping in mind the very Loki was striking. But the role of the Mask is greatly ridiculed. The abuse of digital effects is CRIMINAL, it apparently beat Star Wars I, or go there I think. The main character is so stupid that I do not fall that ends well, one ends up preferring Loki and that he is the bad guy. Loki have good costumes, good makeup, good actor, perfect in appearance and look, but the rest of the story is a mess. The role of Odin rests with a veteran, who shows only pure rage and no expression. The baby and the dog play a supposed humor role:
1. The dog's jealousy towards the baby; Is so original that it is a shame that it was ruined by the type of movie that turned out to be.
2. The baby is the product of an error, and his computer image is as false as the charisma of the film.
But some scenes of these two entities are memorable, it's a shame that they have been monumentally overshadowed by this failed commercial sequel attempt. One of the worst movies of 2005.
P.D. For all the reviewers that said that this movie is good because is targeted to kids, or praise this director by two reasons: he is Canadian and/or he did a comedy with cats; go watch the animated TV series "Kid vs. Kat", instead. This cartoon show is more funny than this movie, and also beats this monstrosity.
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