G-Force

Metascore
41

Mixed or average reviews - based on 19 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 19
  2. Negative: 4 out of 19
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  1. Reviewed by: Aaron Hillis
    60
    Amping up the "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" formula with a whole A-team of adorable, talking furballs who converse in one-liners and pop culture references (Apocalypse Now and Scarface, really?), the mega-producer’s stamp is on every fight sequence, explosion and ugly stereotype.
  2. Just about the only folks likely to find this humdrum hybrid of "Mission: Impossible" and "The Wind in the Willows" worthy for consideration are non-discriminating pip-squeaks.
  3. There's seldom a dull moment -- but nor are there any that allow viewers young or old to invest in its elite team of furry characters to any satisfying or lasting degree despite the presence of an energetic voice cast.
  4. Toward the end, G-Force starts making no sense at all, neither tonally or narratively. It may not matter to the target audience, though the look on my son's face when it was over was pure Buster Keaton. He says he liked it well enough. Me, a little less.
  5. Reviewed by: Lael Lowenstein
    50
    A fur-covered "A-Team" for the kiddies, G-Force is heavy on splashy pyrotechnics and predictably light on plot.
  6. 50
    It's not so much a bad movie as it is a pointless one.
  7. Reviewed by: Claudia Puig
    50
    G-Force is unlikely to keep anyone older than 10 on the edge of his seat, and the bathroom humor may annoy adults. But the message of unity, while unoriginal, is consistently sweet.
  8. It's an action-comedy. It's in 3-D. There's a video-game tie-in. Throw in a fluorescent Slushie from the candy counter and your eight-year-old will be in heaven.
  9. 50
    Manages to be fairly entertaining in that exhausting, rackety, late-summer-kiddie-movie way.
  10. Reviewed by: Perry Seibert
    50
    Your ability to enjoy G-Force will correlate directly with how funny you find the idea of guinea pigs as action heroes.
  11. The first 3-D film produced by Jerry Bruckheimer turns out to be similar to 2-D projects from the same noise-making producer--heavy on action scenes and heavy, too, on message.
  12. 42
    Pointing out G-Force’s plot holes would be redundant; it’s more hole than plot, and more videogame commercial and exhausted-old-trope clearinghouse than film.
  13. What it is, really, is a trainer film, meant to prep the world's youngest ticketholders for the day when they're old enough to help turn Bruckheimer's bigger movies into blockbusters.
User Score
4.3

Mixed or average reviews- based on 70 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 29
  2. Negative: 17 out of 29
  1. Jan 9, 2012
    3
    Bad movie. Not funny at all. Ok, for children it might be more or less funny, but when i watched the movie I leaved the room asking myself :Bad movie. Not funny at all. Ok, for children it might be more or less funny, but when i watched the movie I leaved the room asking myself : "what the hell did i just watch?". Bad, really BAD. Full Review »
  2. Oct 24, 2010
    1
    Guinea Pigs as spies? are you high, Disney?
  3. Capo
    Oct 13, 2009
    1
    Not funny at all. Cheap humor, nice attempt to make us laugh.