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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One Guy's Opinion - 9/10 by Frank Swietek Surly Squirrel...garners fewer laughs over the course of 86 minutes than Scrat, the rodent from 'Ice Age,' gets in three or four.
Film School Rejects - 9/10 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.
Reeling Reviews - 9/10 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?!).
Blu-ray.com - 9/10 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.
Fresno Bee - 8/10 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.
New York Magazine (Vulture) - 7/10 by Bilge Ebiri A delightfully goofy slapstick cartoon with a surprisingly dark heart.
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.
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 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.
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.
Fat Guys at the Movies - 6/10 by Kevin Carr Not every animated film has to be a Pixar or DreamWorks spectacle of perfection.
Beliefnet - 6/10 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.

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