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A movie of sketchy quality made with a lot of heart
Click Clack Jack is a children's movie, not a family movie. My two sons (6&7 years old) just finished watching it and enjoyed it. It is safe, harmless, has a good message, and is very gentle. The warm camera compositions and color palette of the feature makes for an enjoyable experience for young ones. What it is not, is fun for the adults to watch. The acting is terrible (the actors constantly play up to the audience, which is annoying), the plot is simplistic and has a few holes, and the pacing lags too often in the more intimate scenes. But for those looking for safe and good natured entertainment for youngsters, Click Clack Jack is a decent enough choice. My only regret with Christian productions of late is that they should put as much passion into the craft of acting as they put into the Gospel message. Too often the scripts are overly simplistic and the actors looked like they have had little experience beyond a few church drama productions.
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