G-Force Reviews

  • (G-Force movie review at Entertainment Weekly)

    Lisa Schwarzbaum — Entertainment Weekly

  • (G-Force movie review at Entertainment Weekly)

    Dean Essner — Entertainment Weekly

  • G-Force manages to be fairly entertaining in that exhausting, rackety, late-summer-kiddie-movie way.

    A.O. Scott — New York Times

  • There is a distinct pet-shop whiff coming off this weirdly soulless and not especially funny or exciting family comedy from Disney about guinea pigs.

    Peter Bradshaw — Guardian [UK]

  • G-Force is unlikely to keep anyone older than 10 on the edge of his seat, and the bathroom humor may annoy adults.

    Claudia Puig — USA Today

  • A dispiriting primer on the low regard Hollywood has for the intelligence and curiosity of children -- and the time and money of their parents -- G-Force is an aggressively stupid entry in the family-adventure genre from Jerry Bruckheimer.

    Dan Kois — Washington Post

  • G-Force represents an inconceivably tragic waste of a brilliant idea. Frankly, if you can't squeeze a decent movie out of talking 3-D superagent guinea pigs, you may as well throw in the towel and consider a career in insurance.

    Ty Burr — Boston Globe

  • If you know a 7-year-old who's still angry he wasn't allowed to see Transformers, G-Force is sure to make him feel better. But other than him, it's hard to say who this abrasive comedy is meant to charm.

    Elizabeth Weitzman — New York Daily News

  • A lot of resources went into making G-Force -- a lot of talent, a lot of money, a lot of marketing -- and it doesn't have much to show for it, not even some half-way imaginative 3-D gimmickry.

    Amy Biancolli — Houston Chronicle

  • The single most terrifying moment is hearing the world will be destroyed in 30 minutes. Therein lies the possibility that the film will drag on for another half hour.

    Nancy Churnin — Dallas Morning News

  • It will possibly be enjoyed by children of all ages.

    Roger Ebert — Chicago Sun-Times

  • Producer Bruckheimer and...director...Hoyt H. Yeatman Jr. see no stylistic difference between the frenetic derring-do of G-Force and the atmosphere of such Bruckheimer hits as Con Air or The Rock.

    Michael Phillips — Chicago Tribune

  • Just about the only folks likely to find this humdrum hybrid of Mission: Impossible and The Wind in the Willows worthy for consideration are non-discriminating pip-squeaks happy to watch rodents rappelling walls and scampering along air ducts.

    Steven Rea — Philadelphia Inquirer

  • Longtime visual effects supervisor Hoyt Yeatman Jr., in his feature directing debut, displays ample credentials for action and memorable setpieces.

    Lael Loewenstein — Variety

  • (G-Force movie review at New York Post)

    Kyle Smith — New York Post

  • The digital hijinx aren't great. And despite a committed voice cast that includes two Oscar winners, the jokes aren't all that either.

    Roger Moore — Orlando Sentinel

  • The rodents carry the picture off in their little furry paws and this one is sure to entertain youngsters -- no matter how you look at it.

    Linda Barnard — Toronto Star

  • (G-Force movie review at Film.com)

    Christine Champ — Film.com

  • On an adult fun meter, it would rate somewhere between a parent-teacher meeting and a trip to the orthodontist to outfit your kid with braces.

    Stephen Cole — Globe and Mail

  • It's the template for either a video game or a Disney theme park ride, or perhaps both.

    James Berardinelli — ReelViews

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