For the first time in 20 years, the 1950's design is used for Woody Woodpecker. It last appeared in the final theatrical short cartoon, Bye, Bye, Blackboard (1972), but was used still used for many years as the official look of Woody Woodpecker. It was retired in 1997, but finally brought back 20 years later for this movie. See more »
On Sam Bartlett's name tag, her last name is misspelled as "Barlett." See more »
Look at this! Prestine... untouched. I cannot wait to get a bulldozer in here.
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I have no idea why the writers found it necessary to start the movie with a broken family plot. Rich dad divorces mom and hooks up with younger sex object who needs a "Xanny" at one point. Why?!
Dad is forced to take kid along on a vacation which really is dad trying to build a mansion in the forest.
I think a key aspect of writing for kids is that the writers have kids. Are we targeting ages 4 - 7? 8 to 10? up to 12 years old (because they won't believe a woodpecker drummed on soup cans to produce Jon Bonham-esque sound).
I feel sorry for anyone who had any role in this project, but mostly anyone who decided to watch it.
Why? Just why.
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