Jimmy Neutron - Boy Genius

Jimmy Neutron - Boy Genius
Jimmy Neutron - Boy Genius

Year

2001

Duration

79 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

A funny, silly and brilliantly animated melting pot of lively entertainment. Despite a number of malfunctioning gadgets, inventor whizz-kid Jimmy is successful in his attempts to contact aliens. It backfires spectacularly, however, when slimy green creatures from outer space descend and abduct the town's adults. After a day of riotous fun for the children, they soon miss their caring parents. Desperate to undo all the trouble, Jimmy attempts to create a space rescue fleet out of carnival rides.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language.

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