Tuesday, September 01, 2009


When I heard about G-Force, I thought it will be a movie depicting the 80s cartoon I watched during my childhood, who are the guardians of space. Instead of the five humans in bird costumes, we get five guinea pigs that can talk and spy. There are many firsts about this movie. It is the first live-action Disney Digital 3-D film as well as Jerry Bruckheimer's first 3-D film. Suddenly 3-D film is an 'in' thing these days and if this trend persists and prospers, it will surely revive the almost dying autostereoscopic television industry which Philips invested with their WOWvx models.

People are smart to choose the guinea pigs as movie characters. Let's face it, these cute small creatures are ideal human pets, just like chipmunks and hamsters. Having them in a movie will definitely attract the young audience. The G-Force consists of a team of guinea pigs named Darwin, Juarez, Blaster, Speckles and Hurley. I guess as a male, my favourite character has to be Juarez, the hot and sexy guinea pig voiced by the hot and sexy Penelope Cruz. I would want a pet like that anytime! For the G-Force team which is so much smaller in size in comparison with human beings, it is crucial to have a member who has the brains to outsmart them. If you can't beat them in size and strength, than the brain will be a much needed advantage. Brain over brawn. In most cases, a sexy agent will help by using her seductive skills too when everything fails.

Juarez, the martial arts specialist

Coming second is Blaster, the gadget specialist guinea pig. If you lack the strength and size, the next best thing apart from brain is speed and power. I believe it is ideal for the team to have someone who can outsmart the human beings and any of their enemies with his technological knowledge. His creative and innovative designs will help the team overcome obstacles and challenges which are too impossible to handle for normal guinea pigs. The team will be able to scale greater heights with the aid of the sophisticated weapons, sensors and transport.

Blaster, the demolition specialist

Catch G-Force in cinemas 4th Sep 2009

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