The New York Times Reviews Oogieloves In The Voice Of A 7-Year-Old

Oogieloves Review NYT

And I thought this whole Oogieloves business couldn't get any stranger. Take it away, A.O. Scott! "Nobody is mean in this movie. They talk very loud. Theres parts where you dance or say cheers and rimes which made it noisy in the theter. Hallie’s dad said it was Rocky Horror for toddlers whatever that is. Me and Hallie are 7 and we thought it was for babies. Theo is 3 and a half. Dont you dare call him 3. He ran in circels and fell asleep. At the end the Oogieloves get all the bloons and the bloons grow faces. That was kind of a scary part evn tho the bloons were nice." When I was seven I could spell much better than this, but whatevs. Yes, it counts toward the Tomatometer on Rotten Tomatoes. WTF indeed. [NYT]



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