ByGregory King, writer at
I am a very picky when it comes to movies/television shows. I believe that actors should know their lines enough to be able to add emotion t
Gregory King

Okay before I go into my review on Goosebumps, I want to state, oh my gosh, I have been waiting to see Goosebumps when I heard they were making a movie about it with pretty much all the monsters. Now, today October 17th, I went to see it at the Aberdeen South Shore Mall, it was great, I give it a 10 of 10. I love all Jack Black's starred in movies, but, this one, it was great. Now, on the bottom I am going to give you a bit of insight of what I liked and what I didn't. So continue if you wish, but remember it's going to be full of spoilers.

What I liked about this movie was that, Jack Black played a great seclusive, socially deprived, and protective person. In the beginning he told the new neighbor's kid, Zach (Dylan Minnette), to leave his daughter, Hannah (Odeya Rush) alone. He was so great at acting like he didn't want to talk to the world, all he wanted was the world to leave him and his daughter alone, he even home-schooled her. Deprived her from social interaction. Then a secret crush development started to occurs.

Now, after Zach calls the cops under suspicion of domestic abuse, and Mr. Stine (Jack Black, sorry should have mentioned that in the beginning) having the police enter his house, he dismisses the police, but only to draw Zach's attention to Stine's eyes, now, Zach broke back into R.L. Stine's house, just to open a manuscript of one of R.L. Stine's Goosebumps books, and releasing the abominable snowman from within the chapters.

Now the one thing I didn't really like, was that they added almost all the monsters from Goosebumps, but the one monster they didn't add, that was made into a movie, was the Haunted Mask. Now, why they didn't make this significant creature into the movie, I don't know. Other than that, it was a great movie, I totally would recommend everyone to watch it.


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