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Lab assistant Igor (John Cusack) dreams of becoming a mad scientist like his master, Dr. Glickenstein. When the doctor runs afoul of his own invention, Igor seizes the chance. With the help of his friends Scamper (Steve Buscemi) and Brain (Sean Hayes), Igor plans to win the kingdom's annual science fair by building the most-evil monster ever. The problem is that Eve (Molly Shannon), as the monster is called, is sweeter than sugar and would rather be an actress.

John Cusack Igor
Steve Buscemi Scamper
John Cleese Dr. Glickenstein
Jay Leno King Malbert
Eddie Izzard Dr. Schadenfreude
Sean Hayes Brain
Molly Shannon Eva
Jennifer Coolidge Jaclyn
Arsenio Hall Carl Crystal
Christian Slater Dr. Schadenfreude's Igor

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(no rating) Sep 19, 2008 - Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2008 - chico on Igor
IGOR should be more like GORI

This movie is too dark for children. I didn't like it one bit and don't recommend it. Not worth the "Big Screen".

Sep 24, 2008 - Cprettyleaf on Igor

This movie was cute. I was interesting for a while then it just started to drag at the end.

There were some great voice actors in this movie, Jay Leno, John Cusack, Eddie Izzard, John Cleese. I really enjoyed the suicidal bunny that Steve Buscemi spoke for.

The story was interesting enough to hold my attention through the whole movie and there are enough crazy and funny antics that will keep the kids and maybe some of the adults laughing for most of the movie.

Its a decent animation but it can't really hold a candle to some of this years earlier animated films. Still its worth watching.

Sep 23, 2008 - mbrdf2 on Igor
Fairly clever

An entertaining, funny, albeit slightly depressing children's movie - with the advent of a very suicidal rabbit, it seems like it is suited for an audience of all ages and not just children.

A movie worth watching, it was funny and kept me laughing, great for people of all ages.

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