The Adventures Of Shark Boy And Lava Girl details
|Starring:||Kristin Davis, Cayden Boyd, Taylor Dooley, Taylor Lautner, George Lopez, David Arquette|
|Studio:||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
The Adventures Of Shark Boy And Lava Girl
|Run time:||1 hour 29 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
|Subtitles:||Dutch, English, Hindi, Italian, Polish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Surprising goodBy MHP7VoDVGH (94 reviews) from Surrey, England , 24 May 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]I like superhero movies and this intrigued me, so when I came to watch it I wondered what would happen.
Its clear that the original idea came from a kid, but the story is fantastic. I can see a successful writing/ scripting future ahead.
It would be nice to see a sequel to see what happens to Lavagirl and Sharkboy. The two titled characters are both named Taylor in real life I bet that was confusing!
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shark boy and larva girlBy josey (19 reviews) from doncaster , 31 Jan 2008
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHidemy children really loved this, especially my 8 yr old he watched this every day for about 2weeks and was upset when we had to send it back
was not my cup of teaBy raven (3 reviews) from Birmingham , 28 Nov 2007my son liked it, thats all that mattered.
ONE FOR THE KIDS ONLYBy Paul Franklin from Leeds , 27 Nov 2007great if you are 10 years old - horrible if you are not and have to sit and watch this with a 10 year old!!!! This is definately a kids movie and not a family movie.
dvd reviewBy a customer from blackwood, wales , 05 Jul 2007really enjoyed this dvd.very good
Great imagination; poor film-makingBy Savage (632 reviews) from London, England , 14 Jun 2007You have to admire Robert Rodriguez for his sheer ability to churn films out - he makes three in the time it seems to take other, similar directors to get out of bed, and had this one done so quickly, even the adverts weren't ready for its release. So it's a shame to report that, for adults at least, there's nothing here of much quality. The plot, based on his ten year old son's dreams demonstrates plenty of imagination (I particularly liked the ice cube monsters), but everything else is rushed and scamped, so there's little coherence (the hero can simply dream up something different when everyone's in a tight spot), and absolutely no characterisation. I am reliably informed that the under-tens adore this movie, and since that's who it's aimed at, I'm probably wrong to complain, but, given the quality of Rodriguez' work elsewhere, this still looks like a disappointment.