Kangaroo Jack

Kangaroo Jack

Kangaroo Jack

A hoodie-wearing CGI kangaroo steals $50,000 from two Americans (Jerry O'Connell and Anthony Anderson) who were meant to deliver that money for the mob in this family-friendly comedy. Stuck in Australia, the pair must find a way to get the cash back before it's too late.

2003Rating: PG, Medium level violence, Low level coarse language89 minsUSA, Australia
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The New York Times

The New York Times

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What better to do with such a quiet, majestic landscape than to liven it up with the noise and vulgarity of lowest-common-denominator American pop culture?

Variety

Variety

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For auds unwilling or unable to grapple with the subtle nuances of “Scooby Doo,” Warners now gives us “Kangaroo Jack,” a shrill and silly farce in which a CGI marsupial seems more lifelike than most of its flesh-and-blood co-stars.

TV Guide

TV Guide

press

This fish-out-of-water buddy/action-comedy is aimed squarely at undiscriminating 10-year-olds, and that demographic may well enjoy it; kids at press screenings rapped along gleefully with the titular marsupial's big fantasy musical number.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

What better to do with such a quiet, majestic landscape than to liven it up with the noise and vulgarity of lowest-common-denominator American pop culture?

Variety

Variety

press

For auds unwilling or unable to grapple with the subtle nuances of “Scooby Doo,” Warners now gives us “Kangaroo Jack,” a shrill and silly farce in which a CGI marsupial seems more lifelike than most of its flesh-and-blood co-stars.

TV Guide

TV Guide

press

This fish-out-of-water buddy/action-comedy is aimed squarely at undiscriminating 10-year-olds, and that demographic may well enjoy it; kids at press screenings rapped along gleefully with the titular marsupial's big fantasy musical number.

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