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Most movies are perfectly content to offer a single ending to satisfy ticket-buyers. “Home,” the new DreamWorks Animation production, has about five, and none of them are especially effective at wrapping up the story. However, vague climaxes are only a few of the many problems that plague “Home,” which boasts exceptionally detailed character designs and a few amusing vocal performances, but can’t seem to land a single joke, while its idea of what a 12-year-old girl sounds like is up for debate. Weirdly frustrating, without a level of self-awareness that favors pace over laborious plot, the feature doesn’t connect in a significant way, reduced to a series of skits, poo-poo, pee-pee jokes, and commercials for the soundtrack. Read the rest at


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