Adventures Of Shark Boy And Lava Girl

2005 • 92 minutes
4.4
1.53K reviews
20%
Tomatometer
PG
Rating
Eligible
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Another family adventure from the hit-making director of Spy Kids, The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl is non-stop fun and stars Hollywood favorites David Arquette, Kristin Davis, and George Lopez. Everyone always knew that Max had a wild imagination...but no one believed that his wildest creations- a boy raised by watchful great white sharks and a girl with the force of a volcano- were real! Now, these two pint-sized action masters will show Max that even an ordinary kid has what it takes to be extraordinary! Bursting with cool, eye-popping 3-D speacial effects- even the smallest dreamers can become the biggest heroes in this entertaining motion picture!
Rating
PG
4.4
1.53K reviews
Ben Dittrich
August 11, 2015
While Robert Rodriguez made Spy Kids into an enjoyable romp for all ages, this is just a poor birthday present for his kid. (No seriously, it says so at the beginning) Add bad acting (Other than Linus's actor) and special effects that remind people of Foodfight!, this could be one of the worst movies I've ever seen, right down there with Avatar, The Winter Soldier, and Frozen.
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Liam Cipher
September 26, 2016
This is seriously the worst action movie I have ever seen. Almost every line made me role my eyes. A god awful script, terrible TERRIBLE acting, nearly no imagination at all, and the CGI. Oh god, the CGI. Nothing makes the movie more painful to watch than the CGI. This movie deserves to burn in a pit of fire, there's nothing to enjoy about it
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Ella B
June 24, 2018
Very appealing to younger audiences. I personally loved this movie when I was around 5 or 6, but I don’t recommend it for an older audience. I remember as a kid I watched this a million times; But now that I go back and watch it, the special effects are a little too crappy for someone over the age of 9. Although I don’t care for the movie too much anymore, the kids I babysit ask to watch it every time I come over. So definitely worth renting for little kids, but steer clear maybe when it comes to 8 and up.
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