A fine way to spend 90 minutes, even if it’s immediately forgettable IP fodder. That being said, the IP is pretty cleverly used, and there’s a big dopamine hit of colour and sound every 10 seconds to tickle your brain. 

It reminded me a lot of Shrek, but without any of the ad libbing that made Shrek so special.

Jack Black understood the assignment for this one. He steals every scene he’s in, and it’s not close.

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