Buoyed by infectious high spirits and self-deprecating humour, the film works in strange and perhaps unintentional ways, thanks largely to the sustained energy of the lead actors, and writers Ernest Cline and Adam F. Goldberg.
Bought this movie after seeing it for myself and liking it. I purchased this for a 4 year old girl who loved it and has watched it many times since getting it. Teaches great lessons while entertaining.
I bought this this past Christmas specifically looking for the included digital copy only to find it is expired! No warning, no nothing from Walmart. This makes me angry. I planned to put this on my special needs child's iPad for hospital and medical trips. Now I can't. And guess what? Since it's opened I can't return it. RIPOFF.
I bought this movie on pre-sale and as soon as it came out it was shipped to me with in days way before the estimated arrival date so I was very happy with the outcome and will do this again in the future for any pre-releases.
I bought this movie because of all the reviews that my freinds had given me. I bought it for Christmas and watched it that night with my family. We did not like it didn't find it funny. We actually gave up on it about half way. Jack Black as usual has his crude humur, but uses this in a kids movie.
The film has some serious problems, the first being - and yes, I feel ridiculous for even attributing this complaint to a film with the above title - a completely pat narrative that seriously lacks character development