The graphics are not going to send your system into overdrive and kick up the cooling fan, by any stretch of the imagination. This was a little disappointing, given that it was on the 360. There is more than enough muscle to pull off movie quality animations, especially when it is a CG movie. There was a lot of graphical evidence that this was a rush for the finish line, with Z-fighting from layered textures and a camera movement that should have been reserved for a special ring in Dante's Inferno. This is all lost of course by the younger demographic as they are happy enough to see Shrek, Donkey, and Puss-in-Boots run around.
Admittedly not having seen the movie yet, I can only imagine that the soundtrack has to come directly from the movie. Static and repetitive voiceovers plague the gameplay experience, as stand-in voice actors stand out in a bad way. But, again this is totaly lost on the age bracket.