Animation • PG • 2009 • 1 hr 34 min
Nice CGI adaptation of the original series. A bit weak in some parts but overall a nice film.
This movie was one of my childhood favorites
Really fast paced but overall it was a decent kids movie. Don’t expect too much from it and you’ll be happy.
This movie entertained me as a kid and still somewhat entertains me now.
This was good. The nostalgia really gets to me
The story doesn’t interest me much and everything else felt stale to me.
i watched this when i was younger, i liked it.
Watched when I was a child. I like it then and like it now. A must see for families
Disappointing version bereft of the slick mojo of the 20th century animes.
This movie could’ve been awesome if it had a higher budget
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