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There are several reasons why I hated, hated, hated this "film", and I would be here all night listing them. I'll give some very, very faint credit where it is due, it is not quite the worst movie I have ever seen. However it is down there; Fred:The Movie is just a waste of time, full of everything that makes a bad movie bad.
To me, Fred:The Movie has very sloppy production values and is of poor sitcom television quality. It looks even worse than Nick shows like iCarly. The soundtrack is awful, while the script is abysmal and devoid of any laughs, the characters are stereotyped and even clichéd(Fred especially is incredibly obnoxious and just one of the film's many irritations) and the story(if you call it a story as such) is predictable and juvenile. The pacing is uneven, the direction is dreadful and the acting I don't know where to begin criticising. Even the poster on IMDb had me cringing.
Overall, a waste of time and gets my vote as the worst of the year. 0.5/10 Bethany Cox
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