The elite squad of guinea pigs in G-Force leap into action and off the screen in 3D when duty calls.
Just as the G-Force is about the save the world, the FBI shuts the secret unit down. But these next-generation action heros won’t be stopped. Armed with the latest high-tech spy equipment, and with the FBI on their tails, the fur flies as they race against the clock to save the world.
When I sat down to watch G-Force 3D with my three-year-old daughter, I knew it was outside her normal choice of movies. (She’s more of a pink, princess cartoon girl.) But since she’s pretty open to watching new movies, I figured we would give it a shot. She actually surprised me and seemed pretty into the movie, even requesting to continue the movie later in the day (she only gets to watch TV in short increments so she doesn’t have time to watch a whole movie in one siting). But while she was interested, it isn’t a new favorite. The movie is better suited for a slightly older crowd as the plot line is a bit more advanced than what my daughter is used to. But the live action/ CG animation combo looks fantastic in 3D and those who love the furry, talking guinea pigs with a bit of attitude will love this new look at the spy movie.
G-Force in 3D is available on Amazon.
- Cine-Explore with Darwin, Blaster and their Creator
- Bruckheimer Animated: A Look Back At His CG Work
- Access Granded: Inside the Animation Lab
- G-Farce: Bloopers & Flubs
- Deleted Scenes
- Exciting Music Videos
- Blaster’s Boot Camp – High Tech G-Force Training
- G-Force Mastermind – Inspiration Behind the Movie
Disclosure – I was provided a copy of the movie to facilitate this review, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.