TEN ESSENTIAL FACTORS EVERY FILM SHOULD HAVE IN ORDER TO BE A FILM, EACH WITH A SHORT SUMMARY:
A young teen moves into a new town, meets a new girl, and accidentally unleashes the creations of famed author and father to this girl, R.L. Stine.
Utterly one-dimensional and been-there-done that, with only cliche significant characteristics to tell them apart.
All seem to care but don't really show it, except for Black who plays both Stine and main/practical antagonist Slappy.
Uninspired but effective.
Nothing to show for, but decent blending of CG and live action.
Devoid of emotion and flat.
Intentionally simple, yet unintentionally stagnant.
Inconsistent with setups both excruciatingly present and nonexistent at the same time, followed by payoffs that don't do anything for me.
Simply to sell a product for the masses, as opposed to creating something whimsical and/or stellar.
An unfortunate outcome from the combination of 90s defining children's stories and a production company of adults making a children's movie.
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