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Osmosis Jones

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Chris Rock is hysterical. The perfect smart mouth rookie cop

    He and David Hyde Pierce make a good team as they hunt down truly creepy sounding Laurence Fishbourne(think Darth Vader) as the super bad germ out to kill Frank(played with perfect grossness by Bill Murray.) I liked the part about how Frank was a nice place to live,as the good germs say while cleaning up after the egg,until Frank's wife died and he was fired from his previous job. Now the place is a slum complete with drunks and hobos. David HP makes me laugh. He's the perfect fop to play Drix,the big boy scout cough tablet(Think Niles on ''Fraser'') Imagine Laurence Fishbourne playing a villian! and he does a good job too. (watch for the scene where he confronts a Mafia germ in the sweaty armpit,all of all places! Eew!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I loved this film!

    This film is very clever and very disgusting ...but in a good way. I loved seeing it in the theater and watching all the parents squirm at all the appropriate moments! I found it to be educational as kids can learn how ''bad'' germs enter their bodies and how their bodies use white blood cells to combat viruses. Of course we do not have little people running around inside us but I think the analogy was successful in getting children thinking about how their bodies work, in a very funny manner. They could have done without the mayor's assistant being drawn so was a childrens movie after all.

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    Posted May 31, 2009

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