Gulliver's Travels

Jack Black cycles almost entirely through his bag of lively, bug-eyed performer's tricks in Gulliver's Travels, a 3-D family comedy rendering of Jonathan Swift's 18th century satire that delivers miniaturized laughs. Alternately yawningly obvious and under-sketched, the movie never settles on a consistent tone, or takes full comedic advantage of its big-man-in-a-small-land opportunity for steady physical comedy. For the full, original review, from Screen International, click here. (20th Century Fox, PG, 87 minutes)


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