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Ashby is far from great and even incomprehensible in its skewed tones, but features decent performances and gags to help it break out from the norm. It’s light in spirit, fast in pace and oddly humorous for a picture that should fall apart by its own surreal nature of quirks. It’s a movie best served as a breezy rental for a rainy where you want to feel some of that sappy joy, but still see Mickey Rourke kill a few people in between. ... Read full review »
When I joke with others about animated movies created for the sole purpose of selling toys and little else, this is the type of movie I’m talking about. There have been so many golden animated movies of the past decade that I’d like to believe this type of formula died off in the 1980’s. But here we are with a movie based on a video game that is so commercial and ill-written that it is destined to be looked back on by this generation as another cheesy blip in the history of video games turned movies. ... Read full review »