The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl DVD Review
After being tormented by bullies, his teacher and his overbearing parents, Max joins forces with Shark Boy and Lava Girl to save Planet Drool from being destroyed.
Shark Boy and Lava Girl - Dare To DreamThings aren't going to well for ten-year old Max. He gets bullied at school, his parents are always fighting and he has problems making friends. Max is also a bit of a dreamer, who's always talking and writing about his two imaginary superhero friends, Shark Boy (played by Taylor Lautner) and Lava Girl (Taylor Dooley). But one day, Shark Boy and Lava Girl turn out to be real and seek Max's help in saving their homeland, Planet Drool, from being overcome by darkness. Max is transported to Planet Drool with his superhero friends, where the three must battle the evil Minus and keep the power of dreaming alive.
Shark Boy and Lava Girl - 3-D ExcitementHang on to your pop corn! Shark Boy and Lava Girl is a crazy three-dimensional ride through evil electric chords, boats shaped like banana splits and rivers filled with milk. You see all these incredible places through a pair of 3-D glasses, so things like giant cookies and the flames from Lava Girl's hands appear to jump right out of the screen. The 3-D graphics are the best part of Shark Boy and Lava Girl and will keep your eyes glued to the screen.
Shark Boy and Lava Girl - DVD FeaturesThe 3-D action of Shark Boy and Lava Girl has finally made its way to DVD! You can take in all the superhero fun in the comfort of your own living room, cuz the new video comes complete with four pairs of 3-D glasses! If you're not into such an intense movie experience, you can also watch the flick in 2-D.
Shark Boy and Lava Girl - The Bottom LineThe Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl is a movie packed with sweet special effects, nasty villains and some pretty mind-blowing 3-D action. Once the rush from all this visual excitement wears off, the storyline from this flick gets a bit confusing and even drags a bit. Somewhere underneath all that eye candy, there appears to be a message about the importance of believing in your dreams. But don't worry about that - just keep those 3-D glasses on and enjoy the ride to Planet Drool.
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