CJ7: The Cartoon
CJ7: The Cartoon

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The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 8/10 by Kamal AL-SolayleeIf CJ7 feels like the love child of Charles Dickens, Mao Zedong and Steven Spielberg, it's because that's exactly what this PG-rated, Chinese-made fantasy is.
L.A. Weekly - 8/10 by Ella TaylorThis utterly beguiling foray into family comedy from Hong Kong director Stephen Chow (Kung Fu Hustle, Shaolin Soccer) may be the tribute to Spielberg's "E.T. Extra-Terrestrial" the gleefully childlike filmmaker has had up his sleeve forever.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Wesley MorrisCJ7 is precisely the 80-something minutes of delirium and cheesy special-effects you'd expect from the man responsible for the chaos of "Shaolin Soccer" and the lunacy of "Kung Fu Hustle."
The New York Times - 7/10 by Jeannette CatsoulisA devilishly entertaining curveball thrown at unsuspecting family audiences.
The A.V. Club - 7/10 by Tasha RobinsonC7J isn't as cutesy as "Batteries Not Included" or "Short Circuit," or as grim as "Gremlins," though it resembles them all in its jerky, semi-comic look at the havoc and helpfulness of weirdo artificial life.
Premiere - 6/10 by Glenn KennyThe overall feel is Hong Kong to the core…which means CJ7, like the first 25 minutes or so of "Shaolin Soccer," doesn't make many allowances to Western sensibilities.
San Francisco Chronicle - 5/10 by G. Allen JohnsonA bit of a letdown. The manic comedian who has gained fans worldwide for his outrageous slapstick and special effects-driven antics in "Kung Fu Hustle" and "Shaolin Soccer" takes a backseat this time - and that's part of the problem: This is lesser Chow because there is less Chow.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 5/10 by Sean AxmakerBright, bouncy, kooky and comically tone deaf, CJ7 is the most bizarre kids movie I've ever seen.
Washington Post - 5/10 by Desson ThomsonIts use of minor expletives and a depressing chapter late in the movie will not satisfy parents seeking something sweet and lively for their children; nor will it charm art house audiences up for a smart adult fairy tale.
New York Post - 5/10 by Lou LumenickHeavy on slapstick and may appeal to very young viewers who won't need to bother much with the subtitles.

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