Review: This week’s releases stand up for what’s righ

Review: This week’s releases stand up for what’s righ
Review: This week’s releases stand up for what’s righ
Get ready for a big shake-up when misfit bobbleheads take on trashy humans and a slobbery dog who crash their home with plans to swap a new baseball player bobblehead for a valuable older one. With some guidance from Bobblehead Cher, they find the courage to bobble-up for an outrageous battle of wits and wobble.

The story begins with a fun introduction to a family under a lot of stress as the parents prepare for an important business venture and their eldest daughter is tasked with caring for her infant sibling. The bobbleheads watch from the sidelines, hoping everything will work out for their owners and they can get back to being their happier selves. However, an impromptu family trip leaves the house empty and the toys to fend off duplicitous intruders. That’s where it all becomes a bit muddled. Overlooking the fact that these bobbleheads are conveniently without traditional bases, enabling them to move around more freely, the whole “Home Alone” schtick just falls flat. Cher is undoubtedly the highlight of the film, though her appearance is a bit unusual.

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