The Emoji Movie


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten6%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled37%
IMDb Rating3.31064359

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Plot summary

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Elizabeth Daily Photo
Elizabeth Daily as Additional Voices
Jennifer Coolidge Photo
Jennifer Coolidge as Mary Meh
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Sofía Vergara as Flamenca
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Anna Faris as Jailbreak
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632.47 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 2 / 17
1.31 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 2 / 15

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nintendoilike10 / 10

A cinematic acheivement in not just animation but film

Many say that being the greatest film of all time is inacheiveable. There are many options as to what that film could be. But if you are a 1000000 IQ, social-economic genius like me who enjoys emotionally mature, and rich movies you can say without a shadow of a doubt that The Emoji Movie is at the top of your list. Where do I begin with this diamond in the rough. How about the characters:

The characters are the best I've ever seen. Each character introduced made me smile and jump up with joy more than the last. Like the Hi-5 emoji played by James Corden, who does an Oscar-worthy job portraying this hand with an eating disorder. Always how I pictured my hand. He made me laugh the most in this sea of endless laughs, but we'll get to that in a moment. My favorite scene with him is when he vomits up a candy corn and Gene tells him not to eat it again, and he eats it again! I was on the floor clenching my stomach. Gene's emotional "emoji" struggle is something for the ages and Jailbreak's feminity is so inspirational. They could've fallen into cliches for her, but they managed to avoid it in the best way possible with a line that perfectly capitivates her character: "Women are always coming up with stuff that men are taking credit for." Perfect feminist icon. And the other characters are so fluid and fun like the Patrick Stewart one who gives birth to another poop!

The writing is a chef's kiss personified. The laughs are spot-on with each joke giving me more of a reason to watch like other amazing epics like Arctic Dogs and Shark Tale. The scenes and their construction are beyond godly. The flow of the film flows more naturally as it continues to dance the emoji pop! The product placements were perfectly integrated into the story and I hardly noticed them most of the time. They were THAT subtle unlike The Lego Movie which completely flopped on that front. The animation is at a crisp 100 frames per second at 4K quality. It was orgasmic to see the characters moving on screen. And how could I forget about Alex? Yeah screw Inside Out, this is just the more clearly defined version of Riley complete with the song Bubble butt! The human girl character is on number 3 on my current waifu list which I will post later on Youtube. She is also heavily defined which unlike most Pixar films, made me feel like I needed to do this thing.

My main crique with this astonishing work of art is that it has no minions. No references, no jokes about them, not even a shout out. The movie didn't even have minion like characters. If it had them, dang it it would've been a 1234/100 but it will just get a 1233/100 from me. Share with your friends and have a movie night with this breathtaking muse of society today.

Reviewed by vedvaghela10 / 10

This is true kino.

The movie business is over now. The emoji movie has made every other movie obsolete. I bet that even Scorsese changed the meaning of 'cinema' films after watching this movie. We have reached the epitome of cinema.

The emoji movie is 10/10 true kino.

Reviewed by emily-crutcher9 / 10

A truly underrated feel good film about persuing your dreams and accepting yourself, with lots of fun along the way!

I don't understand all the poor reviews, this film was creative and innovative from a new perspective: building a whole world around a small tech feature

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