Mr Magoo details
|Starring:||Pamela Diaz, Malcolm McDowell, Ernie Huds, Ernie Hudson, Kelly Lynch, Leslie Nielsen, Marke Dr, Marke, Rick Burgess, Terence Kelly, Miguel Ferrer, Stephen Tobolowsky, Jennifer Garner, Jerry Wasserman, Nick Chinlund, Marke Driessch, Bill Dow, Matt Keeslar|
|Studio:||WALT DISNEY HOME VIDEO|
|Run time:||1 hour 24 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Feb 2006|
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A Child's FilmBy Ian Canham from Boston, England , 07 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]If you are thinking of watching this movie please do not hold any false hopes. This is a children's film for children.
The plot line is weak in adult terms and some of the humour purile, however with the summer holidays approaching those with a young family may find this movie a godsend on wet days.
The actors perform the slapstick humour well and whilst nowhere near academy award standard it did keep our seven year old entertained.
War and Peace it is not - Peace and quiet it may well provide!
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would watch it agianBy alex2301 (177 reviews) from West Halton , 11 May 2011loved this film...was great to watch with the children or just to have a giggle. Would watch it again with the girls
Mr MagooBy a customer from Sudbury , 19 Oct 2008Good fun comedy, the older ones are the best.
A complete letdownBy a customer from Notingham,England , 04 Oct 2007
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideWaited for this film with high expectations and then was massively disappointed,so much so never got beyond the first half hour,maybe my expectations were too much,and again this my view others may think it`s absolutely wonderful..........
For the kidsBy a customer from Glasgow , 02 Oct 2007Adults may not enjoy this movie so much as kids will.
Mr Magoo you foolBy a customer from Norfolk , 24 Sep 2007Well I was expecting something a little more from this film,Leslie Neilsen I thought was a great choice for Magoo but it just didn't transfer to film as well as I'd hoped for,Magoos dog was the star on the occassions when I smiled,definatley one for the kids but not anyone older than 9,ideal film to fall asleep to on a Sunday afternoon.