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Buckle up for thrilling edge-of-your-seat action and laugh-out-loud fun in Disney's family comedy adventure G-Force. Just as the G-Force, an elite team of highly trained guinea pigs is about to save the world, the F.B.I. shuts the secret unit down. But these next-generation action heroes Darwin, loyal team leader; Blaster, weapons expert with attitude to spare; Juarez, drop-dead gorgeous martial arts diva; and tag-along Hurley won't be stopped. Armed with the latest in high-tech spy equipment, and with the F.B.I. on their tails, the fur flies as they race against the clock to save the world. From the producer of the Pirates Of The Caribbean trilogy and National Treasure, and filled with high-octane action, daredevil stunts, cutting-edge special effects and outrageous comedy, G-Force is fantastic fun for the whole family.
Bill Nighy, Will Arnett, Zach Galifianakis, Kelli Garner, Tyler Patrick Jones, Jack Conley, Gabriel Casseus, Niecy Nash, Loudon Wainwright, Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, Jon Favreau, Penélope Cruz, Steve Buscemi, Tracy Morgan, Piper Mackenzie Harris, Justin Mentell, Chris Ellis Jr., Hoyt Yeatman IV, Max Favreau, Dee Bradley Baker, Travis Davis, James Huang, Corey Eubanks, Steve Kelso, Eddie Yansick, Troy Robinson, Mini Anden, Cameron Engels, Michael Papajohn, Algerita Lewis, Bob Sherer, Jennifer England, Jason Hellmann, Nicholas L. Teta
© 2009 Disney Enterprises, Inc.
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Critics Consensus: G-Force features manic action, but fails to come up with interesting characters or an inspired plot.
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Common Sense Says
3-D adventure is funny ... if you're a first grader.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this 3-D adventure is sure to attract kids who can't resist talking animals, high-stakes action, and a hefty dose of silly gags and potty humor (especially a constantly farting guinea pig). Expect lots of action and some peril; the villain turns home appliances into killer robots, and there's a disturbing/sad reference to a character who might have been killed by a garbage truck (but it's not confirmed). Language includes mild insults like "stupid" and "dumb" and comments about how "hot" the female guinea pig is.
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- Release Date:July 24, 2009
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
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