Despite overlength, this acceptable outing has its moments, most of them in the second half. [17 Nov 1989] show more
Charlie, who owes an obvious debt to Chuck Jones' Wile E. Coyote, comes equipped with one of the most expressive faces in cartoon history: Bluth keeps his features-ears, snout, mouth, eyes-in constant flux, a beautiful blend of line and volume that represents the pinnacle of the animator's art. [17 Nov 1989] show more
There is a lot of individualism in this movie, both in the filmmaking and in the characters. show more
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