Conclusion: and Dancepad enthusiasts, as well as the younger gamers, this game is a very good buy, especially after the price dropped to the $40 range. Give it a few months, and maybe it'll find it's way to the $19.99 section.
Summary: In the past, kid-friendly movie-based games were the gaming industry equivalent of the nerdy kid at school with the “Kick Me” sign on his back. They’re constantly picked on by the better games, and for good reason, they suck.
Excerpt: I hate kids’ movies. Watching talking fish tell jokes for two hours is about as appealing to me as a root canal. And kids’ games? What the hell do I know about kids’ games? I don’t so much hate them as I am totally ignorant of them.
Conclusion: What I think would be the most difficult in a game such as this is trying to create the visuals even close to how impressive the movie looked. With all of the rich effects that the movie had could the game somehow follow suit?