The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle

2000

Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

138
IMDb Rating 4.2 10 19,192

Synopsis


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Cast

John Goodman as Oklahoma Cop
Paget Brewster as Jenny Spy
Robert De Niro as Adrian
Taraji P. Henson as Left-Wing Student
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842.95 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
PG
23.976 fps
92 min
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1.69 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
PG
23.976 fps
92 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by daryder-64809 3 / 10 / 10

Underwhelming

Underwhelming attempt to capture the fun of the original cartoons. On the other hand, it features some of De Niro's best work ever.

Reviewed by Wizard-8 1 / 10 / 10

Tries really hard, but ultimately fails

I will give this feature length take on the popular old animated television series this: The makers of the movie do deserve an "A" for effort. You can really sense the director pumping in the energy and the screenwriter rapidly writing one joke after another. Sometimes all this energy does work for the movie's benefit, being that there are some amusing gags and the cast gives it their all. But all the same, the movie doesn't work in the end. The reason why the movie fails is its inadequate script. While I said there were some jokes that worked, there are also a lot of jokes that feel really lazy and unfunny. But bigger problems can be found with the characters and the narrative. ALL the characters in the movie are really thin, and seem to assume that you'll already be familiar with them. People who have not watched the show may be kind of lost. Just as big of a problem is with the story. The story is quite thin, frequently content to just move from one vignette to another with little to no advancement in the story. This is clearly padding, though at the same time there are some really big leaps in the narrative that suggest that some key plot turns got cut out before being released. Maybe kids who are familiar with the old TV show may get more out of it than I did, though I sense even they will get a feeling that the movie doesn't get anywhere near its full potential.

Reviewed by flyingyellowrascal 1 / 10 / 10

Rocky struggles to get out of the shadows

Exactly six decades ago, a grey flying tree rodent debut in a TV series. For a while, he was on top of the world. But so far, this was the only time he actually shined. Later in 2000, whoever owns Rocky tried to revive him. Unfortunately, a feature film that bombed and a lackluster television reboot did nothing to help Rocky's star shine again. As sad it is to say, it seems any attempt to resurrect him has been futile. I wonder why? As to what I can say about this movie, Rocky was sort of making a comeback in the 1990s, and this movie was suppose to boost his return. Instead, it pretty much buried him. Although I play a Rocky video game once in a while, I can't say that I'm a fan of that flying squirrel. However, I do thought restoring his popularity a bit. As to what suggestion I would give to whoever owns that moose and squirrel, perhaps it's to pick a kid actor to be that buck-toothed flyer. Maybe that'll help.

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