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Took my 11 year old to see this, and she loved it!
For me, an adult, it was terrible. Some laughs, but poor acting, lame plot, and unbelievable characters. Plus, John Cena has his shirt off way too much! And the constant shelling for "My Little Pony" was wearisome. Only Keegan-Michael Key was semi-palatable, and that was only in two scenes. If you can drop your kids off, do so!
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