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As much as I love the franchise and the movie series, this one really brings the whole thing down. The acting is so off point, and it just doesn't feel the same. The actors could NEVER compare to the original ones, and please don't get me started on Rodrick. Of course, it could be a lot worse... but it doesn't make it much better.
To be honest, don't waste so much of your time on this. Just stick with the original ones, at least you'll get a kick out of those than this one.
What a shame, I wish I liked it more.
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