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The Adventure of Sharkboy and Lavagirl

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Max is a lonely child in the suburbs of Austin who creates an imaginary world named Planet Drool, with a pair of very special imaginary playmates: Shark Boy, a human-shark half-breed cared for by a pack of great whites, and Lava Girl, a girl with superpowers who can conjure heat and fire at will. But his dream is more powerful than even he suspects, one day he is recruited by the duo to help save their planet.
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Christianity Today
A fun summer film for grade school kids, it avoids the subtle meanness and double entendres that filmmakers sometimes insert into films geared to children.
September 01, 2006
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A half-baked world no kid would want to visit.
June 12, 2005
Common Sense Media
Kids will love the 3-D aspect of this movie.
January 01, 2011
Cinema Crazed
The words Robert Rodriguez would come to regret saying for years to his son: "This would make a cool movie".
April 29, 2009
Robert Rodriquez continues in the vein of his "Spy Kids" films with another visually frenetic kiddie crowd-pleaser that will leave adult chaperons exiting the cinema nursing headaches.
July 02, 2009
No amount of bells & whistles can salvage a screenplay this half-baked.
September 25, 2005
Toronto Star
Shark Boy and Lava Girl have about as much appeal as a dogfish and a melting Barbie doll.
June 10, 2005
Ebert & Roeper
It's terrible 3-D. I think the story is terrible as well.
June 13, 2005
Chicago Reader
Nothing's scary, and everything's so light it's on the verge of evaporating.
June 11, 2005
Washington Post
A movie that fails on nearly every level.
June 10, 2005