Son of the Mask

Son of the Mask
Son of the Mask
  • PG
  • 1h 35m
  • 2005
Rotten6%
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Funnyman Jamie Kennedy (Malibu's Most Wanted) stars as aspiring cartoonist Tim Avery, who's already hesitant about becoming a father when he finds himself taking care of someone else's infant, a baby with amazing abilities. Somehow the tot has stumbled upon the Mask of Loki, the mythological object with mystical power that transforms the wearer into his hyperactive, shape-shifting alter ego. In addition to coping with a baby with mind-boggling supernatural abilities, stressed-out Tim must contend with the evil Loki (Alan Cumming - X2: X-Men United), who wants his mask back.

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Critics Consensus: Overly frantic, painfully unfunny, and sorely missing the presence of Jim Carrey.
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Dumb, loud sequel has sex, comic violence.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Son of the Mask is a 2005 movie in which Jamie Kennedy plays an animator who finds a mask with chaotic powers. There's a lot of comic violence, including hits to the crotch that are supposed to be funny. There's also some mild sexual material, including discussion of wanting (or not wanting) to have a baby, and the central plot point is based on Tonya getting pregnant while Tim is wearing the mask. Tonya jokes that she's going to make a baby with the neighbor. There's some vulgar humor, including potty jokes. After The Mask has sex with Tonya, green animated cartoon sperm are shown swimming to Tonya's egg. In a parody of Warner Brothers cartoons, the baby is shot out of a cannon lit by dynamite. In a parody of The Exorcist, the baby spins 360 degrees before spewing a torrent of green vomit.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Comedy, Fantasy
  • Release Date:February 18, 2005
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
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