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Looney Tunes: Back in Action
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Looney Tunes: Back in Action

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Upon receiving a message from his father that tells him that he has been taken as a hostage by the manager of the Acme Corporation who seeks to find the Blue Monkey Diamond, in order to dominate the world, Dj, a young courageous guy, does his best and goes in a mission to find the Blue Monkey Diamond, in order to save the world.
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Staci Layne Wilson
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January 02, 2005

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Nell Minow

December 25, 2010

Live action/animated tale will amuse cartoon fans.
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David Edelstein
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November 17, 2003

A nutty, zany, wacky, unruly, spastically hilarious hodgepodge that hits at least twice as often as it misses.
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Mark Collette

September 20, 2004

Perfect fare for a 5-year-old on an Apple Jacks sugar high, but scarcely tolerable for anyone moving toward the Raisin Bran end of the aging spectrum.
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Richard Roeper

November 17, 2003

... a cheerful and self-referential romp blending animation with live action in a non-stop quest for silly laughs.
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Kevin Carr
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January 12, 2016

it's the closest we're gonna get to the golden age when Mel Blanc did the voices and the cartoons were directed by Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng and Robert McKimson
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Jonathan Rosenbaum
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November 21, 2003

Robert Zemeckis isn't a Hal Walker, but Joe Dante's right up there with Tashlin, Avery, and Jones.
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Felix Vasquez Jr.
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April 29, 2009

Kids will love the pure madcap zaniness of the plot, the characters and a lot of the gags, and I had a very good time.
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Charles Taylor
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November 15, 2003

It's not a disgrace, but it is a missed opportunity.
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Nick Schager
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February 16, 2006

Like a pop culture-gorged Hope-and-Crosby buddy flick hopped up on mescaline.
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James Berardinelli
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November 17, 2003

The film's appeal is universal, much as the appeal of the Looney Tunes characters is universal.
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Desson Thomson

November 14, 2003

Has its funny moments, but all too often it's a corny, lackluster film in which humans pretend (not always convincingly) to interact with cartoons.
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