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Performed by Miranda Cosgrove
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An adult movie masquerading as a kid's movie, and a very bad adult movie at that.
The Queen's Corgi is one of the worst animated films I have seen in quite some time, and it's also one of the strangest, most uncomfortable and unfunny movies I've seen in my life. The only reason this has anything above a 1/10 is because the animation actually has effort placed into it, which is surprising for a film like this. Usually with really shoddy animated movies the animation is one of the main reasons why it sucks so much (Food Fight, etc.), but here it seems like they actually took their time to make the movie at least look somewhat acceptable. However, this movie is dragged down by it's utterly incompetent script, terrible jokes, awful and downright controversial adult humour and cookie cutter story. When your movie that is so very obviously aimed at kids with it's concept and marketting has Donald Trump saying the lines "Go grab some puppy", you have probably failed as a human being. It's fine to make adult jokes in kids entertainment and animation in general because they need to appeal to adults in some way to break the barriers of just being a kids film, but this film goes WAY too far with it and we get some really crude and uncomfortable jokes and scenes. Also, did I mention that this movie has an insane female dog who sexually harasses the main character? That's DEFINITELY suitable for a kids film. Please do not waste your time with this, you will regret ever paying money to see it, hell, I didn't even pay money to see it because I saw a pirated version online due to it releasing early in America. That's how much I didn't care for this movie, and I was still disappointed by something I didn't even have high hopes for.
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