In this tiresome attempt to modernize the Looney Tunes, four martians visit Warner Land to make Bugs Bunny and folk their slaves. Since the aliens aren't really tall, they challenge them to a basketball game. The aliens then steal the powers of NBA's biggest basketball stars turning them into "monstars." The Looney Tunes soon call upon Michael Jordon, now a baseball player. This film just doesn't have enough energy, and although there is a lot of humour, it rarely centers on the cartoon characters. This film is all about Jordon, not the Toons. This is simply a rip-off of the classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit?.
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The review of this Movie prepared by Estefan Ellison
When Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang are threatened by aliens, they enlist the help of NBA superstar Michael Jordan to win a basketball game. Bugs is his usual funny, mischievous self, while the supertalented Jordan showcases his skills on the basketball court. There are literally thousands of wacky effects in the movie, like when Jordan gets sucked down a hole and crashes through the Warner Bros. logo. An amazingly hilarious movie that should appeal to kids and grown-ups alike.
The review of this Movie prepared by Teddy