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'''NC (vo):''' In a weird way, I can see this being one of those trippy movies that kids look back on years later as a means of opening up creative ideas. But unlike other films that did that, like, say, ''[[Labyrinth (NC)|Labyrinth]]'' or ''[[Fantasia]]'', this isn't going to hold much value for adults. Visually, it's nice, and it's got some interesting concepts. I'll even go out on a limb and say the performances from everybody are good, if they were just in more fitting movies. Charles' acting could be great in a kid's action film, Calvin's acting could be great in a Spielberg-style fantasy. Even the Mistresses could work in maybe a fairy tale-type genre. But with the exception of the main lead and her father, who really do hit their marks perfect, everybody seems like they're giving their all, just in the wrong project. Because of that, it's a little entertaining in just how misguided it is. I don't know if that's the director or Disney or whatever, but it's a fascinating muck-up. My guess is, none of the people who worked on this are gonna have trouble finding work in the future. It just has to be a project that matches their talents better. As it is, though, this is a crazy-ass journey through What-the-Hell's-ville that didn't make me think, but it did make me smile.
 
'''NC (vo):''' In a weird way, I can see this being one of those trippy movies that kids look back on years later as a means of opening up creative ideas. But unlike other films that did that, like, say, ''[[Labyrinth (NC)|Labyrinth]]'' or ''[[Fantasia]]'', this isn't going to hold much value for adults. Visually, it's nice, and it's got some interesting concepts. I'll even go out on a limb and say the performances from everybody are good, if they were just in more fitting movies. Charles' acting could be great in a kid's action film, Calvin's acting could be great in a Spielberg-style fantasy. Even the Mistresses could work in maybe a fairy tale-type genre. But with the exception of the main lead and her father, who really do hit their marks perfect, everybody seems like they're giving their all, just in the wrong project. Because of that, it's a little entertaining in just how misguided it is. I don't know if that's the director or Disney or whatever, but it's a fascinating muck-up. My guess is, none of the people who worked on this are gonna have trouble finding work in the future. It just has to be a project that matches their talents better. As it is, though, this is a crazy-ass journey through What-the-Hell's-ville that didn't make me think, but it did make me smile.
   
'''NC:''' I'm the Nostalgia Critic, and if you'll excuse me, there's a certain season around the corner I need to get excited for. That's right! ''(throws his arms up)'' '''CHRISTMA'''- Oh, wait, ''(pulls out his "I Donut DONUTS" t-shirt and starts leaving his chair)'' [[Escape from the Commercials|this first]].
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'''NC:''' I'm the Nostalgia Critic, and if you'll excuse me, there's a certain season around the corner I need to get excited for. That's right! ''(throws his arms up)'' '''CHRISTMA'''- Oh, wait, ''(pulls out his "I Donut DONUTS" t-shirt and starts leaving his chair)'' this first.
   
 
''(The credits play)''
 
''(The credits play)''
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