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April 05, 2012
January 02, 2012
It is a magickal , hillarious and heartfelt movie that I've seen in a long time. It uses Carrey's full comedy abitities with tugging at your heart. I will be sure to purchase this favorite and tell others about it. Laughed from begining to end with kleenex to dry my eyes.
October 02, 2011
was an awsome movie! my husband and i loved we are going to see it again and take grandkids!
September 27, 2011
Saw it this past weekend and can't wait to see it again! One of Jim Carey's best films - just so well done and so funny I had tears coming down my face. It's a \"must see\" for all families. In these tough days, it was a pleasure to smile and laugh again. Thank you for producing it!
September 11, 2011
i loved it very much. very very funny.
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The New York Times
There is nothing new here, but Mr. Waters, as he showed with the smarter and more daring "Mean Girls" and "Freaky Friday," knows how to keep things buzzing along. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
The-impossible-to-upstage stars are the penguins, a combination of real Gentoos specially trained for the film and some computer-generated counterparts. The special effects gurus blend the two seamlessly, making it easy to believe there was no digital wizardry involved, which is perhaps the niftiest trick of all. Full Review
Predictable, but well-intentioned fun. Full Review
New York Daily News
There is something infectious about the old-fashioned innocence of Mark Waters' comedy. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
My heart was warmed by gratuitous moments when Mr. Carrey clowns for clowning's sake - in the best of them, he makes a slo-mo entrance to a press conference, even though the camera is running at normal speed. Full Review