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Son of the Mask

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A cartoonist and family man, Tim Avery lives a peaceful existence with his wife, Tonya, as well as their infant son and dog. But then Tim finds himself in a predicament when his dog stumbles upon the mask of Loki. Then after conceiving an infant son 'born of the mask', he discovers just how looney child raising can be.
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Urban Cinefile
Kennedy is feeble and even Alan Cumming makes less of a meal than he could of his role as the petulant god of mischief.
October 18, 2008
AV Club
No doubt extensive market research shows that there's an audience out there for movies like Son Of The Mask, but it's too depressing to speculate who that might be.
September 26, 2005
Common Sense Media
Dumb and loud, with questionable material.
December 28, 2010
Toronto Star
With so many cuts a second, all attention goes into following the visuals. Just as well, since the story leaves so little to work with.
February 18, 2005
Cinema Crazed
It's your usual low-budget, unbelievably bad sequel.
April 29, 2009
Dark Horizons
Sequels without their original stars are usually sent direct to video. Some deserve better, [but] this isn't one of those.
July 06, 2010
Sacramento News & Review
Also struggling vainly against the visual effects are Traylor Howard as Kennedy's wife and Bob Hoskins as Cumming's father, the god Odin.
August 07, 2008
Washington Post
A film top-heavy with joyless Tex Avery-style special effects and a dancing-baby bit embarrassingly reminiscent of TV's Ally McBeal.
February 18, 2005
Chicago Reader
Whatever possessed director Lawrence Guterman and writer Lance Khazei to transform the sequel to 1994's libidinous hit comedy into pabulum?
January 08, 2007
Ebert & Roeper
In the five years I've been co-hosting this show, this is the closest I've ever come to walking out halfway through the film, and now that I look back on the experience, I wish I had.
February 22, 2005
Globe and Mail
If you are the son of Frankenstein, Flubber, Dracula, Lassie, Ali Baba, Sinbad, Billy the Kid, Davy Crockett, Robin Hood, Tarzan or Satan, you have to accept that the movie about you is likely not as good or memorable as the one about your dad.
February 19, 2005