Right away, the highlight of this film was Piper Perabo. Though she was way too corny at times, as were the rest of the cast, she was worth watching through to the end. I've never seen the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons, but this film immediately has me interested in seeing what they're all about. As for the film itself, it was decent. It engaged in just about every Hollywood joke imaginable, from celebrities being "above the law", as a judge put it, to the many, sometimes random cameos throughout the picture. I do now understand that joke about "Robert Deniro's agent" that was made at the 2014 White House Correspondents Dinner...the man seems to take so many different roles. Here, where he plays Rocky and Bullwinkle's Russian arch-nemesis Fearless Leader in 3-D form, he does all right and certainly looks the part, but I just can't remember him doing anything really funny. Again, Piper Perabo was my favorite. If my timing's right, the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons were coming out around the same time as many whimsical cartoons like the one about the talking race car (circa 1960ish), so I'd say the humor was spot-on. Maybe because other cartoons of the time like The Flintstones are always being re-run and are therefore better known, this film just didn't do as well as, like me, others had probably not seen the original cartoons. Oh well, I'm interested now, so let's see what they're all about. For now, this was a decent film that only went overboard in corniness every so often. Enjoy.