Movie Review: G-Force

Thursday, July 23, 2009
By Abbey Khan


When mankind faces global extermination through state-of-the-art appliances, it is up to the G-Force team to save the world. The team consists of three guinea pigs, a mole and a fly. Darwin (Sam Rockwell) is the group’s leader and believes he was meant to be a secret agent. Blaster (Tracy Morgan) is the weapons expert who loves all things extreme. Juarez (Penelope Cruz) is the only female and a sexy martial arts expert who often gets Blaster out of sticky situations. Mooch is the fly-on-the-wall reconnaissance expert and Speckles (Nicolas Cage) is the star-nosed mole computer and information specialist.


Recommendation: B+
G-Force isn’t just a film for kids. It’s a light-hearted action-adventure comedy for all ages and even has some unexpected story twists adults can appreciate. Audiences will be taken on an adventure ride with the new 3-D digital technology that requires 3-D glasses, making everyone feel like a kid again.

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See what Jerry Bruckheimer, Nicolas Cage and Tracy Morgan have to say

Walt Disney’s G-Force is produced by Jerry Bruckheimer with Digital 3-D technology by Sony Imageworks. The film opens in theaters nationwide on July 24, 2009.

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