The Nut Job
The Nut Job

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An incorrigibly self-serving exiled squirrel finds himself helping his former park brethren survive by raiding a nut store, a location that also happens to be a front for a human gang's bank robbery.... (Full plot summary below)

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An incorrigibly self-serving exiled squirrel finds himself helping his former park brethren survive by raiding a nut store, a location that also happens to be a front for a human gang's bank robbery.

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Beliefnet - 9/10 by Nell Minow As we see so often in sub-par animation, the focus (literally) seems to be on making every hair distinct rather than in finding a visual way to move the story.
AV Club - 8/10 by Kevin McFarland Every beat of the story is a watered-down, jokeless version of previous children's films ... The Nut Job seems designed to trick misinformed parents into plopping down money to occupy their children for just over an hour.
Reeling Reviews - 7/10 by Laura Clifford The film isn't really witty enough to make adults laugh, although it's chock full of references to 40's noir crime movies...and it's a little plot heavy for little kids, although they'll probably enjoy the adventure (and fart jokes?!).
Fresno Bee - 7/10 by Rick Bentley Even these name actors don't give it the vocal punch that would make The Nut Job anything to get crazy about.
Paste Magazine - 7/10 by Tom Meek Lepeniotis demonstrates deep artistic vision and a deft hand at pacing. It will be interesting to see what he does next.
Blu-ray.com - 7/10 by Brian Orndorf The feature flatlines quickly, desperate to do anything that might trigger a reaction out of the audience. Considered, thoughtful screenwriting has no place here.
National Post - 6/10 by Chris Knight Even at 83 minutes, The Nut Job feels as long as a winter solstice night.
Daily Express (UK) - 6/10 by Allan Hunter The mixture of old school crime caper and Looney Tunes-style slapstick lends it a pleasant retro feel for adults even if kids might find Surly a poor relation of the acorn-obsessed squirrel Scrat in the Ice Age series.
Birmingham Mail - 6/10 by Graham Young Children under seven will enjoy the slapstick nature of the fun and the irresistible Gangnam Style end credits sequence [but] parents might question why a film of this nature needs to feature humans using guns.
Daily Express (UK) - 6/10 by Brigit Grant It isn't as rich in content as Ratatouille but, with Liam Neeson voicing a raccoon and lots of kid-specific silliness, it's a nice snack as nuts tend to be.
Film School Rejects - 6/10 by Neil Miller Weird as it may be with its dancing Korean pop star and all of its "nuts" wordplay, The Nut Job isn't a tough one to crack. Like most actual nuts, it's pretty bland.
Fat Guys at the Movies - 6/10 by Kevin Carr Not every animated film has to be a Pixar or DreamWorks spectacle of perfection.

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