Even as a film directed towards kids, G-FORCE is pretty damn stupid. Heck, the squad of guinea pigs even features all the stereotypes of the genre. We get the straight-arrow leader (Sam Rockwell), the jive talkin' black dude/ comic relief (Tracy Morgan), the nerdy gadget guy (Nicolas Cage- who uses his PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED voice for the role), and, of course- the sexy latina love interest (Penelope Cruz). The only thing this film was missing is a hip hop soundtrack. Oh wait, it has that too (with not one, but two Black Eye Peas tracks)!
The only really impressive thing about G-FORCE is the fact that it was able to attract so much talent in front of the camera. The voices are one thing, as Cage & Co., don't actually have to show their faces, but actors like Bill Nighy, Will Arnett, and even Zach Galifianakis, aren't as lucky.
For those hoping Galifianakis might bring a little comic spark to the film- you better look elsewhere, as he sleepwalks through the role. BETWEEN TWO FERNS this is not.
Next up, a bunch of behind the scenes featurettes, including Inside the Animation Lab , and Bruckheimer Animated , which looks at the CGI FX. Next, G-Force Mastermind which reveals the director's five year old came up with the idea for the film (it shows). Kids will enjoy the next featurette, Blaster's Boot Camp , which features Tracy Morgan's character going over some of the gadgets used in the film. Finally, some deleted scenes , bloopers , music videos , and a separate DVD version of the film, as well as a digital copy .