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About the Movie
Dave (Nick Thune, Knocked Up), a frustrated artist who has yet to accomplish anything significant in his career, builds a fort out of cardboard boxes in his living room, only to wind up trapped by the fantastical pitfalls and critters of his own creation. Ignoring his warnings, Dave's girlfriend Annie (Meera Rohit Kumbhani, The Mindy Project) leads a band of oddball explorers (James Urbaniak, Difficult People, Kristen Vangsness, Criminal Minds, & Timothy Nordwind of OK Go) on a rescue mission. Upon entry, they find themselves in an ever-changing supernatural world, threatened by booby traps and pursued by a bloodthirsty Minotaur (John Hennigan, WWE champion John Morrison). Reimagining the classic 80’s adventure films with a modern comedic edge, the handmade fantasy world of DAVE MADE A MAZE comes to life with puppetry, stop-motion animation, and on-camera optical illusions.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 31
- Fresh: 24
- Rotten: 7
- Average Rating: 7.5/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: An episodic endeavor enlivened only so much by decent comedy talent dealing with absurdist situations in a hip deadpan that grows monotonous, with dialogue that too often sounds less-than-inspirationally improvised.
Fresh: A likeably goofy creative achievement.
Fresh: You won't come to "Dave" for the unpolished interplay, but you'll surely stay for its preposterously elaborate kid-crafty sets.
Fresh: If you're looking for something different - and mean it when you say so - Dave Made a Maze is a joy.
Haven't laughed this hard in a while!!
FUNNY FUNNY FUNNY and not to mention I've never seen anything like this. The special effects in the "fort" are hilarious. Best of all this is a movie you can watch with your kids!
SEE THIS MOVIE IMMEDIATELY
This is one of the best films of the year, full stop. Hilarious, weird, tirelessly inventive. SEE IT NOW. RIGHT NOW. LIKE RRRIIIIIGGGHHHHTTTT NNNNOOOOWWWWW.
Caught this at a film festival last spring and pre-ordered the movie the moment it was available. Purchase with confidence.
This movie is the pinacle of creativity. It's refresing as were depending more and more on CGI for practically everything, and our dependecy on computer graphics will only increase. Then we have this movie which puts alot of time and effort into the sets, costumes, and special effects. Not only is it great to see a movie like this, but it's also nice that it feels like one of the most original film in recent years.