The movie follows a mischievous con-artist raccoon named R.J. and a sensitive turtle named Verne. Together, Verne and R.J. form an unlikely friendship as they learn to co-exist with, and even exploit, a strange new world called suburbia while stealing food that humans consume and waste. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Over the Hedge
A scheming raccoon fools a mismatched family of forest creatures into helping him repay a debt of food, by invading the new suburban sprawl that popped up while they were hibernating – and learns a lesson about family himself.
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Brett H (ag) wrote: Incredibly weak follow-up to an already trashy slasher that is in better hands on the directing front, but really drops the ball in the slashing department and this thing was barely R-rated. The setting in a morgue was very cool and you don't see that very often, but it also poses the problem that there were infinite ways to escape and the characters are too stupid to do so. A big problem this has is there's no explanation for how the killer comes back to life, we're just supposed to role with it that he's basically a clone of Jason Voorhees which doesn't work at all because his over-the-top death in the first film cemented him as being dead-as-a-doornail. The acting and cinematography is much better than the first without all the crappy ADD-editing and actual steady-cam shots, and the additions of scream-queens, Danielle Harris and Katharine Isabelle definitely help. But the unforgivable "evil" this film commits is having some of the lamest and mostly off-screen kills throughout when you're expecting a real bloodbath from this type of film. The ending was actually going well, and the way they took care of the killer was disgusting and awesome, and then they pull the rug out at the last minute and make one of the most aggravating endings I've seen in ages. I don't know why it's so hard for studios to give horror fans what they want, but this is a prime example of how to piss people like me off with lackluster filmmaking and tame kills.
Jessica L (ru) wrote: ;) @Vicente Villegas
Andy S (jp) wrote: Looks like a flop to me shocker
Brendan S (de) wrote: This by far their dumbest comedy, but it still works. The coen brothers jobs must be a hoot. Love their work.
Anders A (au) wrote: The struggle for justice continue, providing more and more facts. Though keep banging their head against a judge not willing to risk his career. The Memphis three looking even more innocent, though stepfather Bryce looking like a benzodiazepem wreecking, which he ceartainly was back then.
k p (au) wrote: Oh! i remembr dis one. It was k. hehee u want me 2tell ya d' ending lol.... nthng spectacular dat's for sure
Conrad T (mx) wrote: Simply don't like it.
Sgt C (ag) wrote: (7%)A truly dire mess that feels like it was directed by Beavis and Butt-head after a heavy drug and alcohol binge as the camera movements and edits during any sort of action will ruin your sight and the wafer-thin plot makes little sense (or did I simply stop caring?). And lastly the stupid song and dance routine at the end is the dog muck flavoured icing on the cake. I'm all for some juvenile fun in my movies but the feeling I got watching this turkey is that the makers need to grow up and make a proper movie and stop wasting money (this crap lost about $9 million at the box office) and using up my time with this garbage.
Nico B (ca) wrote: If you haven't watched this movie than I don't know why you are alive.