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Freedom Force

PG 2013 1h 22m Kids & Family Sci-Fi Adventure List
Reviews 27% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings Children with special powers are sent back in time to repair history. Read More Read Less Watch on Prime Video Stream Now

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Grace Montgomery Common Sense Media Bizarre animated tale has some violence, lots of fart jokes. Rated: 2/5 Jan 12, 2016 Full Review Read all reviews

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Ahmir T The movie was good but not that good. I mean, the movie had to happened because of Jules Verne's books? What a fucking ripoff! I'll rate this stupid movie 2 or 1 1/2 stars. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 06/28/23 Full Review Audience Member A mockbuster that's slightly more tolerable than the usual Video Brinquedo-type suspects, this rip-off of Sky High with a title meant to sound similar to Marvel's first family has slightly more appealing animation and it is impressive that this movie somehow got Buffy and Doc Brown to do voice work but Fantastic 4orce/Freedom Force/The Illusionauts is still just that: a mockbuster. Lacklustre voice acting, barely-there production values (look no further than the opening scene), action that's about as gripping as...I have no adequate comparison to make, stupid running gags and, oddly enough as IHE pointed out in his NOT DISNEY Search for the Worst video, having sound design that sounds remarkable similar to that of Dead Space. Astute observation from an amusing British asshole who's more mature than the immature-sounding username would imply. And what's with the broken English on the plot synopsis' description on Los Ilusionautas' IMDb page? Not that the whole "Jules Verne and superheroes" thing ends up going together as well as bread and butter, anyway. May nobody recognise me on the street and ask me about this movie in public ever again, or I just might have to make like the fat kid and make an epic fart just to get them to shut the hell up. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 01/23/23 Full Review Audience Member I like animated movies a lot. And VERY VERY rarely I do not watch a movie till the end, even if it is not very good. I registered to this website just for this review: I do not remember to have ever watched a worse animated movie. I had to stop at 45 min (I resisted so long just because I was bored and needed to watch something, but the movie was more boring than my previous boredom). The animation is really bad. Do you remember those video-games of the past, where the cover was so beautiful and realistic but the animation of the game was totally unrealistic? So is this movie. Beautiful cover, bad animation. The animation is actually so annoying that I had sometimes a sort of seasickness, because the Characters move all the time in a strange way. The story is stupid and narrated in a complicated way. The voices are sometimes annoying. The gags are repetitive and of bad taste. Or I should say bad smell, as the main gag of this movie is a kid who farts. nope. And all is a plagiarism of other movies. Not in the funny way that other movies do. Just in a stupid way, to sell something which alone cannot be sold because has got no value by itself. I am sure there are bad movies. But to make all this effort in an animated movie, and get such a result, one must really want to fail. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/18/23 Full Review matthew b A group of kids with special powers and their trusted dog are sent back in time on a mission to restore the famous stories and their place in history as the mad President and Minister of Cultural Affairs are trying to change them. They face many obstacles setting the history straight and not mixing up anything as they go. This movie has awful voice acting and horrible looking animation. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Audience Member This is a review if the first 10 minutes of the film. The premise of this film is basically incoherent. The main characters introduced at the beginning of the film do not make another appearance for at least the next 9 minutes. The villain's scheme entails mixing up Jules Verne's characters and stories so that they are nonsensical. The problem of course is that Verne's stories are widely distributed. How, exactly, would one manage to change all the printed versions of the stories? Does the villain have the power to travel back in time into the mind of Verne and get him to write different versions of the stories? The film does not offer an explanation. It feels like you're watching a rough draft of a movie rather than the final product. Like the mixed-up versions of Verne's stories, this film is "cockamamie cuckoo"; "a calamity; an absolute calamity." Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/24/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Children with special powers are sent back in time to repair history.
Eduardo Schuldt
Mitch Budin, Richard Goldberg, Norman J. Grossfeld, Lise Romanoff
Abraham Vurnbrand
Production Co
Aronnax Animation Studios, Televix Entertainment
PG (Mild Peril|Rude Humor)
Kids & Family, Sci-Fi, Adventure
Original Language
Release Date (Streaming)
Jan 14, 2014
1h 22m
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