Columbia Pictures | Release Date: September 18, 2009
7.7
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Generally favorable reviews based on 221 Ratings
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Negative:
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StephanC.Oct 4, 2009
This move made me throw up a little bit in my mouth.
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carminecOct 9, 2009
Saw with three year old grandaughter. When she wasn't bored or scared she actively disliked. Me too.
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MattBJan 12, 2010
I'm the average commenter here and I hated the movie because it was TOO KIDDY and needed more sexual/violent content to keep my bad self satisfied. I am an adult after all, and too "mature" to enjoy something simple, innocent, and I'm the average commenter here and I hated the movie because it was TOO KIDDY and needed more sexual/violent content to keep my bad self satisfied. I am an adult after all, and too "mature" to enjoy something simple, innocent, and directed at the unwashed youth of America. Expand
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AliceHOct 19, 2009
I have rated one just because the 3D. The film seemed awful to my husband and I. Showing such a waste of food where nobody care, too bad for these days! The scene with the headless chickens even worse and shocking for a child. We came out of I have rated one just because the 3D. The film seemed awful to my husband and I. Showing such a waste of food where nobody care, too bad for these days! The scene with the headless chickens even worse and shocking for a child. We came out of the movie feeling sick of seen so many repetitive scenes. I have recommended to all of my friends DO NOT SEE IT! Expand
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StephanieJ.Sep 26, 2009
Not for little girls with glasses. My 5 year old gained a mean-life lesson in Hollywood stereotypes -- girls who wear glasses are "nerds", "unappealing" and "four-eyed" during her supposed-to-be-fun movie experience last night. Are there any Not for little girls with glasses. My 5 year old gained a mean-life lesson in Hollywood stereotypes -- girls who wear glasses are "nerds", "unappealing" and "four-eyed" during her supposed-to-be-fun movie experience last night. Are there any other disabilities we'd like to mock? Expand
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