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Igor

(2008)

Rated PG for some thematic elements, scary images, action and mild language.

PG In Theaters 09/19/2008 , 86min.
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Viewer Score
58%
Viewer score based on 33 ratings
40%
Critic score based on 19 reviews

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April 14, 2009
hunterisgreat10
This movie was barely good
October 13, 2008
Joatrule
BHTR
October 03, 2008
roseannefuriga
I thought that some of the dialogue was a bit racy (one of the girls calls her boyfriend "daddy" --- yikes) and that some of the characters were unnecessarily weird (an invisible man who works without pants on?! wtf?!), but it was an original concept. I think it's VERY politically incorrect to have blind orphans sing "I Can See Clearly Now" at the end of the movie. That's BOUND to offend
October 03, 2008
LKALMBACH
THIS IS THE WORST MOVIE FOR CHILDREN. IT IS TOO SCARY AND THE CHARACTERS ARE HORRIBLE. WE LEFT THE MOVIE AND GOT OUR MOVIE BACK. DO NOT TAKE YOUR KIDS TO THIS MOVIE.
September 29, 2008
RGhaz52
I teach 4th grade in LAUSD. One of my special education students went to see the movie and came back with a movie review he wrote. This young man was able to see this movie's message: "...heroes come in all shapes and sizes. By ignoring deffects and focousing on your dreams you can go far in life." (his words) So according to my student I recommend this movie and for parents to have a dialougue

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Washington Post
Though it has clever moments, it doesn't come close to the polished animation, wit and originality of the big green guy (Shrek). Full Review
Adam Markovitz
Entertainment Weekly
The visuals are a kick; the groan-inducing dialogue isn't. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
If Mel Brooks were to team up with Tim Burton, the result might be something like the loony and colorfully tantalizing animated film Igor. Full Review
Janice Page
Boston Globe
You can't blame John Cusack for jumping at the chance to play Igor. Full Review
Jeannette Catsoulis
The New York Times
An animated twist on the Frankenstein story that never sparks to life. Full Review

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