Good start, however the movie quickly falls apart. It suffers greatly from poor writing. The trio doesn't ever really face any real threats or obstacles. The movie lacks a depth and a common thread. All the events appears to have been randomly thrown together. It makes the overall story line feel void and tiresome.
There seems to be a lot of unnecessary swearing in this movie. Don't get me wrong, I don't have a problem with swearing, but it feels really mismatched with this movie's universe. What is the point and purpose of all the naughty words? To make toddler's laugh? I don't get it.
The artwork is good, the animations however are rather lackluster.
The voice-over work is incredibly weak, probably the biggest weak-point of this movie altogether. I haven't witnessed such a poor attempt at voice-work in a animation before. I don't entirely blame the voice actors, since their circumstances are pretty terrible (bad writing, stiff-y animations), but I still feel like they either didn't care or simply weren't very talented. Even the great actor, Søren Pilmark, felt unfocused and unsharp. No passion, merely a crash grab presented in a nice package. The illusion is shattered within 10 minutes of this movie.
This animation is currently sitting at a whopping 7.1 average. This is way overshot and I can only rationalize the high average as being a symptom of the low amount of user reviews.