Equipped with his cavernous, Batman-like lab full of gee-whiz inventions, the accented supergenius at the heart of Dexter’s Laboratory, Cartoon Network’s sugar-rush of a series, is perfectly entertaining in quick-hit clips. But in expanding the half-hour show into the full-length feature Dexter’s Laboratory: Ego Trip, this drawn-out adventure — in which Dexter warps through time and bumps into various future incarnations of himself en route to saving the world — endures about as well as a piece of Bazooka bubble gum. B-
Genre: Kids and Family, Cartoons/Animation; Starring: Jeff Bennett, Christine Cavanaugh; Director: Genndy Tartakovsky; Author: Genndy Tartakovsky; Runtime (in minutes): 64; MPAA Rating: Unrated; Distributor: Warner Bros.
Posted November 24 2000 — 12:00 AM EST
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