(Run time: min. – Directed by: Hoyt Yeatman – Starring: Sam Rockwell, Penelope Cruz, Tracy Morgan, Bill Nighy, Zach Galifianakis.)
Disney’s latest 3-D rodent action adventure is the very cool and funny, G-Force. Which I think is short for Gerbel-Force. (Even though the force includes a mole, a fly, and roaches?) Its realistic mixing of live action and digital animation plays really well and its storyline was really cool. It even it had a cool twist at the end!
The premise is about a really special team of secret agents that have to prove themselves before the government dismantles them. They have one chance to do this but that chance goes awry and unfortunately they end up having to escape, accidentally, to a pet store.
The evil in this movie is a shady inventor named Leonard Saber whose created fashionable appliances that have made their way into millions of homes. The invevtor is played by Bill Nighy who is most known for his roles as the elder vampire in the Underworld movies.The G Force finds evidence that the inventor and his inventions are planning something big so the G Force has to take’em down.
The main character’s are three Gerbals named Darwin, Juarez, and Blaster. Darwin is voiced by Sam Rockwell and he’s the leader. Juarez is voiced by Penelope Cruz and she’s the tough but cute one. Then there’s Blaster who is voiced by the hilarious Tracy Morgan. His street raw way of saying things is beyond funny coming out of an animated gerbel!
There human leader is Ben played by Zach Galifianakis who unforetunately is completely plain in this role. It was very much the opposite of his role in The Hangover and definately not anything like his stand up. (Which is as funny as heck!) But that’s cool. Maybe it’s because he didn’t want to overshadow the real stars.
I loved this movie and so did my daughters. We recommend this one to everyone, everywhere! Yep, that’s right I think this’ll be a good movie experience for all! Unless your evil, then you might not like it! But everyone else will be cool with it.
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