Ratchet & Clank Review - AVClub

AVClub: Mild as baby soap, Rainmaker Entertainment’s game adaptation/feature-length non-playable demo Ratchet & Clank is basically the same movie as the animation studio’s earlier Escape From Planet Earth: big-chinned parody of a galactic hero, planet-threatening super-weapon, cast of celebrity-voiced aliens who look like they’re molded from soft PVC, and so on. It’s kid safe and cheap looking, animated strictly on-model with no pizzazz, and based on the same formula of rote life lessons and lackluster character and background designs as the more expensive (but equally forgettable) Home, Monsters Vs. Aliens, and Mars Needs Moms. Like a lot of entertainment pitched at the family matinee audience, it sits at the zero point of watchability.

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