There were, and this time, are, 3 RB villains, russian spies named Boris, Natasha, and Fearless Leader. The RB can either mean Rocky and Bullwinkle or Really Bad Villains. The nature of cartoons like these were to solve a problem in a silly way, and for the villains, they have made themselves live-action and now want to rule the world using a new TV station that hypnotizes anyone that casts their eyes upon the screen. It was 35 years since the show's cancellation when this movie was made. Time has passed for Rocky and Bullwinkle, and so has their home, Frostbite Falls, where pretty much waht you think happens overtime in a forest. Apparently, Rocky used to be a beloved squirrel that could fly, with or without wings, because he simply believed he could. Over years of reruns, he's kind of forgotten and has lost the ability. They still remain as cartoon characters would act. Now, a teenage FBI agent is asked to put a stop to Fearless Leader's hypnosis plan, by bringing Rocky and Bullwinkle to our world. How? By giving the movie the green light by sneaking into a guarded lighthouse.
Throughout the movie, cartoon feelings and the 5 characters of the cartoon getting interested in the new life. Even if Boris and Natasha tried to kill our heroes, they don't feel it's right to steal their car. Rocky's ability to fly may seem goofy to even kids, but eventually, we'll all look at him and imagine dreams of us being able to do that. There is a main character arrest in the middle of the mission, and she makes love with a teenage prison guard that lets her out of jail in order to go see a movie with her. Unrealistic, but cute. The guard Ollie does a lot for his new girlfriend, and even though she has to rejoin the mission, she keeps her promise. There's nothing in here that's scary for kids. I'm not a fan of austin Powers, but if you are, or if you still like to talk about the cartoons you watched as a kid, then you'll like this.