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Great For A Nickelodeon TV Movie Based On A Game Show
I know that was a bit harsh,but I did really like this film.First,the good,the characters they are decently developed and acted.The effects and action are decent,and the set design is amazing.The writers did a good job on taking everything in the TV show and expanding it.The humor,some jokes are really clever,like the references to the show ad some word puns.The score is good,and so is the cinematography.Now,the bad,the acting at times is too over the top.I thought that the movie was too fast in the last 30 minutes,and the biggest flaw,too much exposition,almost everything in the movie is explained,like come on,I think the audience can understand the movie without explanations every 5 seconds.All in all,this is a really fun nostalgiac film with a few flaws.
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