I took my sons (10 and 12) and my daughter (4) to see it this week-end. I and my sons loved it. It's a surprisingly good Western movie in animated form. I loved the surreal feel of some of the scenes too.
My daughter had a much harder time keeping up. The plot, dialogue and general feel saw to that. But she is a good audience, so didn't start jumping up and down on her seat or anything.
I wouldn't recommend this movie if your child is under 6, or maybe 8. But as a grown up or with older children, it's definitely a treat.
went to see this on a free screening on Thursday, ok film, my only complaint is the length. its target audience is 6+ and at 1 hr 47mins, it just seamed to long, they needed (in my opinion) cut it down to 1hr 20mins
I saw it last week and came away with mixed feelings as I was expecting a few more laughs. Quite predictable but it's not bad, like Wendelius mentioned it probably isn't suitable for younger kids. The voice acting was good.. wouldn't have guessed the main female character was Isla Fisher.
Loved this. Some great laugh out loud moments, chock full of references to other films, and its just a damn good Western story (mixed with a big dollop of a certain neo-noir).
Glad it didn't go overboard on the romance, and the story really didn't pander to kids who would have missed most of the stuff I found enjoyable about the film It also looks absolutely stunning, you can tell they really put some thought and effort into each aspect of the visuals and know their stuff when it comes to the genre.
Saw this tonight. Enjoyed it but a bit too long. Weren't many of us laughing at the fear and loathing reference at the start. Liked the look of all the characters in town but couldn't tell what half of them were!
Felt more adult than most animated films of this type I've seen for a while.