StarDog and TurboCat

critic Reviews

44% Rotten Tomatometer Score44%
  • Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    It's tiresome stuff, with needless bickering substituted for actual character development (the script, from debut writer-director Ben Smith, needed work), while the US setting is baffling.
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    Cath ClarkeGuardian
    StarDog may work its slight charms on young children, but older kids will feel they've seen smarter, funnier and cleverer before.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Alan NgFilm Threat
    Though there's not a lot for us adults, the kids will love StarDog and TurboCat's endearing characters and goofy fun.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Tessa SmithMama's Geeky
    Stardog And Turbocat is a fun movie for its target audience -- young kids. Adults and older kids might get bored, but the little ones will want to watch time & time again.
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    Roger MooreMovie Nation
    The animation isn't awful, but the best one can say for the script is that it does no harm.
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    Tom CassidyCommon Sense Media
    Flat-feeling animated animal adventure has cartoon violence.
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    Jacob WalkerStarburst
    A good entry point, but they haven't reached the stars yet.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Sarah CartlandCaution Spoilers
    There's little depth to the world of Glenfield, but the cartoon slapstick, Bill Nighy's 1980s robot butler and an engaging double act from Nick Frost and Luke Evans still make this a good option for younger children.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Eddie HarrisonThe List
    The backdrops and character designs are fairly basic, but there's a smattering of wit that should help the film find its family audience.
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