(You know it's not good if I have to start with the cons, right?)
- They say "butt" at least twice. We are fighting an uphill battle with The Boy and the word butt. Major con.
- One dimensional plot. I kept waiting for some kind of adult subplot to evolve and keep me company. You know, like Sesame Street.
- The commercials and trailers have all the best parts.
- The main character is a bad guy, which meant we had to actually TALK to our kids about the movie. What a pain.
- The hero has no neck. I'm sorry, but that's just WRONG.
- The voicing is just stellar. Both the protagonist and antagonist's voicing is VERY well done. It may be the only way I can stand Will Ferrell is in voice-overs. Tina Fey is good, but her voicing just isn't as good as Will's and Brad's.
- The hero's name is Metro Man. Think about it.
Even when eating with my grandparent's in the assisted living home, the food tasted better. That's right, I just said Spurkey (spammed turkey) is better than Ruby Tuesdays. Make a note.