Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure
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I'm looking forward to the DVD release, actually. My wife wasn't with us in the theater, and she really needs to experience this with us. I only hope she doesn't file for divorce immediately afterwards for spousal abuse...
I'm not sure if I want it to.
The bad movie enthusiast in me--who adores "Birdemic: Shock and Terror", "Troll 2", "The Happening", and movies made by The Asylum--wants everybody who shares my taste for the charmingly awful to see this movie. It somehow managed to cost $20 million, but you wouldn't know it. The tiny sets, little more than glorified dance floors, are minimally decorated. The body suits used to portray the characters are abysmal: they sag onto themselves in several places, the seams are obvious, and what little puppetry exists almost never works like it should. Eyes wobble indistinctly. The mouths are very special: bottom lips jut out, corners droop. They're always hanging open, too, giving the overall look of a manta ray filtering plankton. For heaven's sake, the puppets in "Neverending Story 3" are better than these things! There are only a handful of special effects worth mention, and they're all so bad that you may as well be looking at a game produced for the Sega CD or the Philips CD-i.Read more ›
Oggieloves is the own creation of marketing visionary Kenn Viselman. You have to leave this to Viselman, it introduces some innovation, the interactive movie for very young children. I read somewhere that Viselman applied for a patent for that concept. You can read it in many places, the rest of the movie is beyond pathetic. Though, it is a harmless movie. There is absolutely nothing disturbing happening in the movie, (besides some erotic dreaming of a vacuum cleaner towards a sexy window - I mean your kids won't get this part). No, I find lots of inappropriate content in some teen oriented Disney creations, but this movie is really harmless and pleasant. It kind of leaves the taste like, I want to shoot myself, if I have to sit through another minute of this, but my three kids, 4, 5, and 6 actually enjoyed it.
According to Viselman, he spent $20m making the movie, and another $40m marketing it. Certainly not a "lean"production. Perhaps his genius comes from how you can spend $40m in the most ineffective manner - I meant this is lots of money to get rid of. Even the $20m for production, where did it go?Read more ›
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This movie got low ratings but after seeing it on Netflix, my 20 month old loves it so I had to buy it.Published on February 7, 2014 by CF
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