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Adventure | Comedy
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
89 min
IMDB Rating:
4.7 / 10 
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Directors: Robert Rodriguez [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A young boy's discovery of a colorful, wish-granting rock causes chaos in the suburban town of Black Falls when jealous kids and scheming adults alike set out to get their hands on it.


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Fun w/imagination

It's a fun family movie that works. Watch this with the kids for the kids. Acting and dialog is geared for kids, but adults can enjoy it if they get into the correct mindset.

I wish for a reboot

I love this movie its hilarious. As a kid I wanted to have the rock like the characters. It was cute and its alot of fun. I like how over the top it is.

One of the better Rodriguez for kids, v1.00

Check the reviews for this. Many are totally against this feature, yet some are for. I am for.

My first viewing, it was not an instant like, not many are these days. The Last Mimzy was an instant like, but this one, Shorts, just had some highlights. I purchased my copies of both of these by chance, they stood out on the shelf when nothing else did. What made Shorts stand out, for me, was it being a kid's film by Rodriguez.

My third viewing, on a large screen and seen up close, said that Shorts is exceptionally good, while also being exceptionally disgusting. It makes The Philosopher's Stone seem tame. Could be that many who consider this feature to be garbage are actually expressing a lack of love for disgusting? Me, I loved my third viewing a lot. True love.

I was really surprised that when Spy Kids 4 came to the UK it was not screened at more cinemas. I am now guessing that it is extremely popular on disk, but that many also consider it to be way too smelly. Cinema owners had a problem with SK 4? I never got around to using my scratch cards.

I experience Shorts to be one of the better Rodriguez for kids, even better than SK4, at the level of SK1 and 3.
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