Nowhere near as good as the first. In fact, totally unnecessary. One day I might check out the third film, but I’m not in a hurry.
Holy shit. Even though I knew this was going to be bad, I could never have expected it to be this bad.
You know that feeling when you watch the American version of The Office, and they try to make something funny but it’s not funny and instead of laughing you just wonder who could possibly have approved this and who ever found it funny and if they genuinely did find it funny then what the hell is wrong with them? And you know that they’re just trying to be like the English version of The Office, because it was clever and funny and enjoyable, but all they’re doing is coming off like a bunch of hacks?Well, that’s pretty much how I felt the entire time watching this. And it’s not like the first two Problem Child’s were that great anyway.
1/10 beans for the film. 10/10 beans to John Ritter and Michael Oliver for having the brains to turn down this heap of shit. And zero beans to William Katt, the guy who took over Ritter’s role, for being such a shit substitute.
Good movie. Made me want to watch the cartoon. It used to be on Cheez TV in the mornings, and I hated it at first because the drawing style was weird but it grew on me and I recall being quite fond of it and watching it every morning before school. Might have to track it down.
When I opened this (it’s in a cool fold-out slipcase) it still had the receipt from when I bought it. May 26th 2008. Finally watched it after 6 years and 3 months. Seems to be the standard for most of my DVDs. Thanks Tammy K. from Chapel St. Cash Converters for the fine purchase. I also got Charlie And The Chocolate Factory at the same time, although I’ve since sold that, which would mean I didn’t even watch it after buying it. Huh.