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Family entertainment, great idea, love it. Really enjoy the sweet innocent film that is funny, pretty, about animals, relationships... all kinds of things. But this one, what in the world is it about, and who is the target audience?
The story opens at a cemetary in the middle of the night. Three boys talk on their radio about a "monster" that's there. Every once in a while the viewer gets a "monster" eye view of the action, all blurry, double imaged, and shaky, stalking these three boys. All of a sudden one boy disappears. Another chases after the disappearing boy, and he's gone. Then we get to see headlines about the horrible animal that is on the loose. OK, so some little kid watching this, hey, where did the two boys go? The movie doesn't resolve that - you're supposed to believe they were eaten.
More of the same later on, blurry, double vision, shaky camera. Newspaper headlines telling people to stay inside. Then this anal retentive dad builds a trap for the monster after it ransacked his trash can. We hear all kinds of noises that night. And the next morning, the trap is destroyed - some huge animal did this. So the cute and cuddly little boy in the family goes off to the cemetary with a hot dog, looking for the "monster." My 13 year old son said, Oh no, don't go there. I can only imagine younger kids. So yeah, the "monster" turns out to be a big old sweet Bull Mastiff dog, but dang it, for the first half hour little kids will be scared stiff.
The dad is a horrible parody of anal retentiveness.Read more ›
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