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Son of the Mask

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PG 2005-02-18 Fantasy 1hr 34m

Tim Avery, an aspiring cartoonist, finds himself in a predicament when his dog stumbles upon the mask of Loki. Then after conceiving an infant son "born of the mask", he discovers just how looney child raising can be.

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Storyline

Tim Avery, an aspiring cartoonist, finds himself in a predicament when his dog stumbles upon the mask of Loki. Then after conceiving an infant son "born of the mask", he discovers just how looney child raising can be.

  • Released
    2005-02-18
  • Revenue
    n/a
  • Budget
    $84,000,000
  • Runtime
    1hr 34m
  • Genre
    Fantasy, Comedy, Family, Adventure
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    English
  • imdb-logo
    2.3
  • Production
    New Line Cinema, Kumar Mobiliengesellschaft mbH & Co. Projekt Nr. 1 KG, Dark Horse Entertainment, Radar Pictures

Crew

Lance Khazei
Screenplay
Scott Kroopf
Producer

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Cast

Jamie Kennedy

Jamie Kennedy

Tim Avery
Traylor Howard

Traylor Howard

Tonya Avery
Steven Wright

Steven Wright

Daniel Moss
Ben Stein

Ben Stein

Dr. Neuman
Peter Callan

Peter Callan

Museum Redneck
Brett Pickup

Brett Pickup

Museum Boy
Ashley Lyons

Ashley Lyons

Museum Security Guard
Wayne McDaniel

Wayne McDaniel

Museum Person
Issac Longmuir

Issac Longmuir

Chris & Clare's Child
Tayzin Fahey-Leigh

Tayzin Fahey-Leigh

Chris & Clare's Child
Skyla Laginha

Skyla Laginha

Chris & Clare's Child
Lochie Nazer Hennings

Lochie Nazer Hennings

Chris & Clare's Child
Andie Rogers

Andie Rogers

Chris & Clare's Child
Trilby Glover

Trilby Glover

Dream Nurse
Ethan Coker

Ethan Coker

Tour Kid
Duncan Young

Duncan Young

Mansion Doorman
Michelle Hopper

Michelle Hopper

Band Member / Female Dancer
Maya McClean

Maya McClean

Band Member / Female Dancer
Ebony Conditsis

Ebony Conditsis

Band Member / Female Dancer
Ivah Seeto

Ivah Seeto

Band Member / Female Dancer
Amber Todd

Amber Todd

Daniel's Assistant
Damon Herriman

Damon Herriman

Animagine Employee
Raj Ryan

Raj Ryan

Dr. Hamada
Emma Jackson

Emma Jackson

Delivery Nurse
Jerry Minor

Jerry Minor

Shopkeeper
Holly Austin

Holly Austin

Hospital Nurse
Magda Szubanski

Magda Szubanski

Neighbor Betty
Peter Flett

Peter Flett

Mr. Kemperbee
Amanda Smyth

Amanda Smyth

Mrs. Babcock, Obese
Matt Passmore

Matt Passmore

Network Executive
Tina Bursill

Tina Bursill

Network Executive
Anthony Kierann

Anthony Kierann

Network Executive
Colin Borgonon

Colin Borgonon

New York Executive
Adam Moulds

Adam Moulds

Animator
Hayes Loau

Hayes Loau

Male Dancer
Chris Dair

Chris Dair

Male Dancer
Anthony Palmer

Anthony Palmer

Male Dancer
Ryan Sheppard

Ryan Sheppard

Male Dancer
Harli Ames

Harli Ames

Halloween Party-Goer
Marney McQueen

Marney McQueen

Halloween Party-Goer
Jaime Mears

Jaime Mears

Halloween Party-Goer
Paul Pantano

Paul Pantano

Halloween Party-Goer
Esosa Edmonds

Esosa Edmonds

Burly Female Traffic Cop Odin
Joyce Kurtz

Joyce Kurtz

Baby Alvey (voice)
Mona Marshall

Mona Marshall

Baby Alvey (voice)
Mary Mouser

Mary Mouser

Alvey Avery (voice)
Neil Ross

Neil Ross

Deep Alvey Voice (voice)
Bill Farmer

Bill Farmer

Mask Otis (voice)

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Reviews for Son of the Mask
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A Review by r96sk 4

Written by r96sk on 2022-08-10

Just as awful as I had anticipated. With that said, it's nothing so bad that it offended me - it's simply totally and utterly bad, to the po... read more

Just as awful as I had anticipated. With that said, it's nothing so bad that it offended me - it's simply totally and utterly bad, to the point I kinda find it hard to hate on it because I just don't have any thoughts on it. It is, without question, undoubtedly worse than 1994's <em>'The Mask'</em> in every conceivable way though. Jamie Kennedy's version of this Dark Horse Comics character is truly dreadful, especially visually, though thankfully the film doesn't actually give that much air time to Kennedy as The Mask; like, he's there but it's predominantly the dog and the son that get much of the screen time alongside Alan Cumming's Loki - to slightly better effect too, the way the kid is animated kinda nearly works... it doesn't, but almost. Ryan Reynolds, <a href="https://youtu.be/X4ctYxLoXdo?t=406" rel="nofollow">according</a> to Kennedy himself, possibly wanted this role. It's lucky Reynolds didn't get his way, or he'd be stuck with a green ghoul in his past. <a href="https://letterboxd.com/film/green-lantern/" rel="nofollow">Oh, wait!</a> 4/10 is probably generous on my part, though there are far worse films out there that actually annoy me - <em>'Son of the Mask'</em> honestly doesn't. It kinda just exists and I'm almost nonplussed about it.

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A Review by FilipeManuelNeto 1

Written by FilipeManuelNeto on 2023-08-15

**A film made to make money off the success of its predecessor, but which has nothing to do with it.** Anyone who saw the movie “The Mask... read more

**A film made to make money off the success of its predecessor, but which has nothing to do with it.** Anyone who saw the movie “The Mask” with Jim Carey, from 1994, cannot remain indifferent. It's one of those family comedies that marked the 90's and that strongly contributed to the meteoric rise of the comic actor's career. It was a film that, in my opinion, did not need a sequel, but that, if it came to exist, would have to have the same crew and a similar cast (that is, keeping, at least, Carey and some other actors). Unfortunately, this movie does everything it shouldn't have done. In fact, any comparison between the first movie and this crap is pointless. It is not the first time that I see that there are sequels made to profit from great successes and that have virtually no connection with the preceding films. This is just one more example. Jim Carey was right not to want to associate himself with a project that failed at the outset, not least because most of the cast that associated with the film did not manage to take advantage of it beyond the financial inflow. The film is clearly expensive and stupid. It had a high budget, which was invested in a range of CGI assets and massive and sometimes impressive visual effects, but everything else is lacking. And the film's biggest flaw couldn't be any other: the script is so amateurish and idiotic that it seems to have been written by ten-year-old children. Ideas are bad, there are a number of situations in which we feel that the public is being mocked, and our intelligence is being mocked too. Another problem with this film is the total lack of humor. The movie was supposed to be funny and make us laugh, but we couldn't find anything funny. Much of what is shown was already done – and better – in the first film, and what has been introduced as new is a series of scatological or gross jokes that, I think, could have been cut. Even children's audiences might not be very interested in seeing this, if you think about it. The cast does what they can, but they can't do much. Deep down, the actors end up being the least to blame for the fact that the film is rubbish. Alan Cumming turns out to be the best actor present and is the only one worth seeing work. He's an effective villain and his comedic streak is interesting, but totally wasted here. Bob Hoskins makes an appearance, but it is innocuous and adds nothing to the film. Jamie Kennedy is bad, he does a bad job, and surely he must be sorry he got into this movie. The rest is basically a bunch of extras, even when they have to talk.

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A Review by r96sk

Just as awful as I had anticipated. With that said, it's nothing so bad that it offended me - it's simply totally and utterly bad, to the point I kinda find it hard to hate on it because I just don't have any thoughts on it. It is, without ...

reviewer avatar

A Review by r96sk 4

Written by r96sk on 2022-08-10

Just as awful as I had anticipated. With that said, it's nothing so bad that it offended me - it's simply totally and utterly bad, to the point I kinda find it hard to hate on it because I just don't ...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by FilipeManuelNeto 1

Written by FilipeManuelNeto on 2023-08-15

**A film made to make money off the success of its predecessor, but which has nothing to do with it.** Anyone who saw the movie “The Mask” with Jim Carey, from 1994, cannot remain indifferent. It's...

read more