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The Emoji Movie (3D)

The Emoji Movie

English, Hindi
11 Aug, 2017
1 hrs 27 mins
1,710 votes
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THE EMOJI MOVIE is the story of Gene, an emoji that lives inside a texting app on a teenager's smartphone. In Genes world, each emoji has only one expression, but Gene is different - he's bursting with multiple expressions. Gene is worried that if he can't find a way to be normal, he'll disappoint his family, or worse, be deleted. Determined to change his unusually expressive personality, Gene needs a code that will fix his programming and make him like everyone else. With the help of his emoji friends, Gene's search takes him on a fun-filled adventure across the teenager's smartphone, from his home in a texting app through a succession of apps (including a gaming app, a music streaming app, a photo-sharing app, a video streaming app, a dance app, and a file-sharing app). Along the way, Gene finds the code he needs but he also learns being different from everyone else makes him special. In the end, Gene decides not to change to fit in, but to express all his feelings without reservations and be true to himself.
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Verdict: Hitting all the right emotions with emojis. Once upon a time, there was a man who had an idea. He asked himself, ``What if toys could talk? What would they say?`` That idea was quickly sold to a reputed animation house and they made their first full-length venture with John Lasseter (also a debutant) []... ...Read full review
Set in a fantasy world inside the smart phone of a teenager, the film revolves around an emoji called Gene. Unlike his `meh` parents, he can`t stick to expressing just one emotion. ...Read full review
Your time is valuable. So is mine. Youve clicked on this presumably because either for a fleeting moment, or perhaps longer you flirted with the idea of watching the Emoji Movie. ...Read full review
Imagine Pixars Inside Out spliced with David Cronenbergs Videodrome, if it had been made by the evil corporation in Videodrome. Thats more or less the measure of The Emoji Movie, the entirely horrifying new film from Sony Pictures Animation, which is around nine tenths product placement, at least 15 tenths abysmal, and pulsates with molten cynicism on every imaginable level. ...Read full review
Children should not be allowed to watch The Emoji Movie. Their impressionable brains simply arent set up to sift through the thick haze of corporate subterfuge clouding every scene of this sponsored-content post masquerading as a feature film. ...Read full review
The Emoji Movie is what you get when every single bad idea in the world is crammed into a single movie. If the title of the film made you wary of the quality, nothing can prepare you for the onslaught of mediocrity that the film offers you. ...Read full review