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As a year-old boy, Michael is more interested in baseball than his roommate's inventing hobby. He is mature for his age as he is willing to let go of his problem. However, in one of Lewis' timelines, after he missed the winning catch, his fury became uncontrollable as he was constantly in a bad mood. Once the orphanage shut down, as time progressed and as he grew up , his resentment of Lewis grew.

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Matthew Josten: Michael "Goob" Yagoobian

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It's tempting to label Meet the Robinsons as just another in a long line of recent computer animated kid-traps, but it deserves a more upbeat description. Thankfully, we're not subjected to the new staple of the big-screen cartoon - anthropomorphized animals are kept to a minimum a few genetically engineered frogs and a T-Rex.

I'm tired of talking bears and singing donkeys. It goes without saying that children will enjoy the movie this is a blanket statement that applies to anything except the worst animation , but there's enough of a storyline to keep adults from dozing off.

Lewis is a year old orphan with a penchant for inventing things. Most of his inventions are disasters, but that doesn't stop him from forever tinkering. His latest creation - a device to pull a long-buried memory out of the cerebral cortex and display it on a view screen - has attracted considerable attention from both the present and the future. On the day it is to be demonstrated at the school science fair, the mysterious "Bowler Hat Guy" appears, snatches it, and disappears.

Enter Wilbur Anderson, a boy from the future, who straps Lewis into his time ship and spirits him off to years-from-now, where Tomorrowland has become Todayland. There and then, Lewis and Wilbur must fight to keep Bowler Hat Guy from destroying the future while Lewis the orphan discovers through his contact with the Robinsons what it means to have a family.

Meet the Robinsons is bright and colorful and the digital rendering gives it an impressive appearance. In some venues, it's available in 3-D. Spectacle may not be everything, but it doesn't hurt. The film's look is like a fusion of Jimmy Neutron and Robots. There's plenty of detail in the futuristic backgrounds and foregrounds but the characters are blandly drawn, looking more like Weebles than people.

The majority of the voiceover work is provided by unknowns which can be a benefit, since recognizable vocals distract. There's a nice in-joke associated with Selleck. The average Disney bad guy is rotten through-and-through, whether we're talking old school Captain Hook, The Wicked Stepmother or new school Gaston, Ursula. Bowler Hat Guy is more pathetic than evil, and he's also extremely stupid.

He may look like Dick Dastardly, but his I. This makes him more a source of comedy than menace, which gives the movie an unmistakably light tone until one sequence when it gets very, very dark as an alternative future kicks in think It's a Wonderful Life. The film's emotional core focuses on Lewis' sense or lack thereof of belonging.

As an orphan, he has always wondered why his mother didn't want him and whether he'll find a family. In true Disney tradition, Meet the Robinsons finds a way to surround the outsider with people he loves and who love him in return. It does not, however, answer the most obvious question, and is better for not doing so. It's fair to wonder whether young viewers will understand what's going on at times, since elements of Meet the Robinsons are based on tried-and-true time travel paradoxes.

Then again, it may not matter. There's enough adventure and humor that understanding the intricacies of how a boy can alter his own time stream may not matter. Adults, I imagine, will figure out the "twist" pretty early; kids will be delighted when it's revealed. Meet the Robinsons is a fast paced, high energy offering; it passes by in a breeze and is enjoyable enough that I'm willing to forgive the two awful songs one near the beginning, one near the end and recommend it.

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Meet the Robinsons (United States, 2007)

The patriarch of the Robinsons, Wilbur's father, and Franny's husband. He is in charge of Robinson Industries. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this.

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Michael "Goob" Yagoobian : Then, um, I didn't choose that one because it was gonna give me pimples so I choosed, um, another scary one cause for, um, all those years that I went for halloween I wasn't scary at all I love baseball. It's my destiny to play that game. And I don't really care about winning.

Stephen J. Anderson: Bowler Hat Guy, Grandpa Bud, Tallulah

I usually don't dress up for Halloween. Instead I tend to focus on making my kid's costumes. I was going to just hang out on Halloween until I found out that my wife was also going to be dressing up so I decided about a week ago to not be the only stick in the mud without a costume. This is my last minute Bowler Hat Guy costume. I use quotes for that label because he isn't really the main bad guy in the movie, his hat is. He isn't really a bad guy at all. He's just misguided and misunderstood.

Michael "Goob" Yagoobian

Bowler Hat Guy : You are now under my control! Bowler Hat Guy : Hee hee hee hee! Bowler Hat Guy : Stop laughing. Bowler Hat Guy : Don't repeat everything I say! Bowler Hat Guy : Excellent.

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It's tempting to label Meet the Robinsons as just another in a long line of recent computer animated kid-traps, but it deserves a more upbeat description. Thankfully, we're not subjected to the new staple of the big-screen cartoon - anthropomorphized animals are kept to a minimum a few genetically engineered frogs and a T-Rex. I'm tired of talking bears and singing donkeys.

Last Minute Bowler Hat Guy Costume

The 47th Disney animated feature film , it was released in standard and Disney Digital 3-D versions. It was the first film released after then- Pixar executive John Lasseter became chief creative officer of Walt Disney Animation Studios. Lewis is an aspiring year-old inventor who grew up in an orphanage , whose inventions have been scaring off potential parents. He works all night on a machine to scan his memory to locate his birth mother, who abandoned him at the orphanage when he was a baby.

Michael "Goob" Yagoobian , or also better known as the Bowler Hat Guy , is the secondary antagonist of Disney's 47th full-length animated feature film Meet the Robinsons. He was voiced by Stephen J. Anderson as an adult, and Matthew Josten as a young boy. Michael is a tall, slender man with brown hair and a thin mustache. He is often seen wearing a bowler hat and suit. He is commonly dressed in black as an adult.

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Top Ten Lists of the Best of Disney, from the Man to the Mouse and BOWLER HAT GUY ()—Meet the Robinsons Voice of Stephen J. redinwhitedress.comopher Lucas - - ‎Performing Arts.

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