13. "Followup - my kids loved it, that was the point. " In response to Reply # 9
I checked out midway into it - at first I thought it had an interesting concept. But I couldn’t get past the meta point that the villain wanted to force LeBron into making a movie with WB characters, while real life LeBron was in a movie with WB characters.
Again - the kids loved it, they had a great time seeing all those characters interact with each other. And the original isn’t some holy grail classic flick - it’s on the same level.
17. "Depends greatly on the kid. Mine have watched plenty of" In response to Reply # 15
Looney Tunes shows and content on Cartoon Network and HBO Max because we put them on to that stuff. Same thing with the Disney Characters (even more because of Disney Channel and us taking them to DisneyWorld several times.) But to your point when their cousins come over they don’t know any of those characters/shows.
That being said this Space Jam movie leaned heavily on all of Warner Brothers IP, not just Looney Tunes. Everyone from Harry Potter to Game of Thrones characters were in this…felt like a huge WB commercial.