Honestly I really don't think this is going to be great. I hope it will still be somewhat decent though given the talent. The cast is quite impressive excluding the dreadful Maya Rudolph. This is the directorial debut for both Fergal Reilly and Clay Kaytis. This is the story debut for John Cohen, Mikael Hed, and Mikko Pöllä. Jon Vitti has dealt with many animated stories including The Simpsons, King of the Hill, and sadly the Alvin and the Chipmunks first two installments. So there is a chance this could be awful or possibly good. All I know is I hope it's not worse than Free Birds. He kind of reminds me of Scrat from Ice Age lol. Clowns are a trigger lol. Not going to lie Hannibal kind of sounds like Chris Rock here. He is a bit more violent than say Anger from Inside Out who also happened to be red. Aw that's just nasty and rude. At least some of his anger makes sense. There are definitely some noticeable jokes for adults spread out here. Haha I'm just anticipating what's going to happen next. I think I'm going to like Chuck. Oh my gosh wow lol. Man now I want to know what Terence is in for! Wait so Sean Penn doesn't actually talk? Yeah Maya Rudolph plays an annoying character so that's even worse. Haha Jon Hamm. These adult jokes are just relentless and a bit overdone. Oh lord Country music. Why does it have to be Country? There are actually some funny little moments and lines throughout. I'm pretty sure that was a Magic Mike reference. Okay I gotta admit that's hilarious, but it feels a bit awkward for a kid's film. Will you look at that they're teaching kids not to worry about plastic in the ocean. Did they really just go there? "Angry Flocking Birds" come on! These jokes are trying way too hard sometimes. It can be a bit tiresome and groan worthy. Then sometimes they get you with one that works so well! This just keeps going back and forth with enjoyment for me. I like that they put in a lot of elements of the games. Oh my god nice little classic movie reference. A bit strange. Okay I'm not going to lie this is beginning to be quite funny. I'm pretty sure that was basically the Quicksilver scene from X-Men: Days of Future Past. I wasn't expecting it to be that dark there. That's a pretty decent ending. Of course with this kind of movie you should expect more during the credits. Despite a few lame jokes I got a kick out of it. It's not great, but it's definitely better than I was expecting.