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If you are looking for a winning formula for a movie, it can’t hurt to start with some animals. Give those animals human characteristics, throw in some spy technology, and a little humor. G-Force follows that formula beautifully. The little animals are fantastic, and the high tech spy gear they use is equally so. This little team of heroes is out to save the world, even if the FBI is not supportive. They do have two humans who are on their side, and assist them along the way. Bond has nothing on these little guys with their super speedy wheels.

The visual effects in G-Force are absolutely amazing. The animals look completely realistic. I found it believable that these little guys (and girl) could talk, walk, and function as they did. There is some action violence as animals are put in peril. The end sequence is really cool, and puts a lot of things in perspective. The rude humor comes into play visually, and deals mainly with gaseous emissions from a certain character.

Something about G-Force that really sticks out to me is how professional Darwin is. He is the consummate leader who takes his role very seriously.  Blaster and Juarez each have their own character flaws and strengths. Hurley has to be my favorite of the lot for his humor. I did not notice any offensive language while watching G-Force on Blu-ray, and DVD. The worst was an animal threatening a human, thankfully the human did not understand the animal was talking.

G-Force is another Disney movie that has so many extras that you will spend more time on them than the actual movie. Some of my favorites were Blasters Boot Camp, Bloopers, Deleted Scenes, and inside the animation lab. There are also music videos, behind the scenes and more. The package Family Friendly Gaming received contained the Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital Copy. That allows users to take the movie with them almost anywhere.

The menu screens of G-Force exhibit an intelligent design. The movie follows the well known theme of the runt of the litter making good. There is also a redemption theme for a couple of the characters. I had fun watching G-Force, and so did my children. In fact they are still joking about some of the one liners in this movie. The chase scene is one of the more interesting scenes I have seen in some years.

G-Force teaches kids to believe in themselves and their abilities. It does not matter where you came from, in comparison to your accomplishments. Treating animals with love and care is another lesson I gleaned from this movie. I would like to see a sequel to G-Force in the future.
- Paul


Graphics: 82%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 92%
Gameplay: 89%
Family Friendly Factor: 86%
System: Blu-ray/DVD
Publisher: Disney
Rating: 'PG' for Parental Guidance
{For some mild action and rude humor}

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