Remarkably well written and acted movie. Engaging, funny, moving and original, in a very down to earth and realistic decor.
Original and Family-Guy-style hilarious most of the time, especially if you grew up in the eighties. Pity MacFarlane felt the need to reside to so many cheap vulgar jokes.
The script is flawed beyond belief, and Lohan couldn't act her way out of a paper bag.
A sharp political satire this is not, far from it. But it's entertaining most of the time.
Entertaining, touching and thrilling, with stunning visual effects and a genuine connection between lovers-on-screen-and-in-real-life Garfield and Stone.