Family / Fantasy

IMDb Rating 3 10 684


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October 12, 2020


Daniel DeSanto as Crane
David James Elliott as Jack Dandridge
Eugene Levy as Mr. Nerdlinger
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910.83 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
95 min
P/S N/A / N/A
1.65 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
95 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mcwhammer 2 / 10 / 10

Teddy Ruxpin is back, and creepier than ever.

This is a very odd movie, from beginning to end. From the start, there is a very big disconnect between the voice & the character of Gooby. With Gooby being a man in a suit, how were they unable to get Robbie Coltrane to just climb into the suit? When the voice doesn't match the face, things can only go downhill from there. Matthew Knight happens to be a talented young actor, as the boy who owns Gooby, but I think his talents are wasted in this role. Gooby is supposed to be the star, and I could not look past the suit to see the character he was portraying - partly because of the way his eyes are painted on in-expressively. The film has a small amount of quirkiness, notably the fact that Gooby retains his "cleaning instructions" tag sewn into his side, but other than that, there's really nothing to recommend. I think kids and adults will be more freaked out by this large stuffed creature than happy to see him.

Reviewed by Trev3K 1 / 10 / 10

I've been Goobed.

Gooby Gooby Gooby. The word continues to rattle around in my brain, a lingering remnant of the mental trauma endured last night while watching this movie. Now, don't get me wrong, I enjoy watching giant teddy bears with immobile faces fart as much as the next guy, but this one just wasn't doing it for me. Did I learn anything? Was I supposed to? I don't know. What I do know is that my life is now forever tainted, and I can only pray that when I close my eyes at night, I will not be met with visions of Gooby devouring cold hot dogs, or Eugene Levy sporting a Wolverine hair cut, or...well, just about anything from this movie.

Reviewed by Jackpollins 1 / 10 / 10

It's like a car crash or a house burning's painful, but you have to watch it

After seeing the trailer for the family film, Gooby, I thought it looked so bad that I had to see it. I am actually happy to report that it's the train wreck I was expecting. That said, I couldn't look away. Just like the trailer, it was so painful to watch, and yet I could not look away. I enjoyed seeing the true failure of it, and imagining the true fact that it would work much better as a horror film than the family film from Canada it is. The only decent thing about it is Eugene Levy basically reprising his character from Splash. In Splash, he was the bad guy determined on becoming famous by taking a picture of the mermaid. Here, he's Willy (Matthew Knight)'s teacher, Mr. Nerdlinger who's dying to become famous. He tried writing books, but just like this movie, they were so bad that nobody wanted to spend their time and money on them. He then tries to become famous by taking a picture of the creepy title character (did I mention he was a six foot tall monster?), Gooby (voice of Robbie Coltrane.) The film is a complete, and painful failure from start to finish, and yet if you're in a McDonalds or looking in the 2 for $1 bin at your local Blockbuster (those are the only two places you should be able to find them), it's worth watching just because you can't look away at the shameful and creepy, horror-film like failure that is Gooby.

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