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'The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure' may fly for little ones
A movie review of "The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure," an interactive film about characters that are similar to Barney or Teletubbies.
The New York Times
'The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure,' with the voices of Toni Braxton, Cloris Leachman, Christopher Lloyd, Chazz Palminteri, Cary Elwes, Misty Miller, Stephanie Renz, Malerie Grady, Taras Los. Directed by Matthew Diamond, from a screenplay by Scott Stabile, Oogieloves created by Kenn Viselman, based on characters created by Alex Greene and Carol J. Sweeney. Rated G. 83 minutes. Several theaters.
No star rating provided.
Dear Mr. Scot,
Here is my critic of Oogieloves the Bloon Venture. Thanks for the dollar.
I went with Hallie and her little brother Theo and ther dad. There's 3 Oogieloves. The girl is Zoozie. The smart one is Goobie and the one with pants that fall down is Toofie. When his pants fall down your sposed to go "Goofy Toofie Pick up Your Pants." It happins 4 times. When the butterflies come on the screen your sposed to stand up and sing the song, then sit down when the turtles come, but a lot of kids dint sit down and the grown-ups dint stand up because they were texting. Hallie's dad texted Shoot Me Now.
Oogieloves are like Barney or Teletubbies. They are ugly but nice. They have a pillow named Schluufy and they got bloons for his birthday but they blew away. So Toofie and Zoozie and Goobie go find the bloons and meet real-life grown-ups who sing crazy songs.
Theres parts where you dance or say cheers and rimes which made it noisy in the theter. Me and Hallie are 7 and we thought it was for babies. Theo is 3 and a half. He ran in circels and fell asleep. At the end the Oogieloves get all the bloons and the bloons grow faces. That was kind of a scary part evn tho the bloons were nice.
Your friend, Stella