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The Emoji Movie

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"🖕👉💩" — Nostalgia Critic
Genre: Comedy
Sci-fi
Animated
Adventure
Directed By: Tony Leondis
Produced By: Michelle Raimo Kouyate
Written By: Tony Leondis
Eric Siegel
Based On: Emojis
Starring: T.J. Miller
James Corden
Anna Faris
Maya Rudolph
Steven Wright
Jennifer Coolidge
Christina Aguilera
Sofía Vergara
Sean Hayes
Patrick Stewart
Photography: Color
Distributed By: Columbia Pictures
Sony Pictures Releasing
Release Date: July 23, 2017 (Regency Village Theatre)
July 28, 2017 (United States)
Runtime: 86 minutes
Country: United States
Language: English
Budget: $50 million
Box Office: $217.8 million

The Emoji Movie (initially titled Emojimovie: Express Yourself[1]) is a 2017 American computer-animated science-fiction comedy film directed by Tony Leondis, written by Leondis, Eric Siegel and Mike White, produced by Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. It is based on emoji faces, smileys and graphics used in electronic messages.

The film premiered on July 23, 2017 at the Regency Village Theatre and was theatrically released in the United States on July 28, 2017.

Plot

Hidden inside a smartphone, the bustling city of Textopolis is home to all emojis. Each emoji has only one facial expression, except for Gene, an exuberant emoji with multiple expressions. Determined to become "normal" like the other emojis, Gene enlists the help of his best friend Hi-5 and a notorious code breaker called Jailbreak. During their travels through the other apps, the three emojis discover a great danger that could threaten their phone's very existence.

Why It Sucks

Warning: Do not put any pointers among the lines of "It rips off/steals elements of/from Wreck-It Ralph, The Lego Movie, and/or Inside Out..." or "Sony cancelled the Popeye movie for this..." (neither of which are true in the slightest) in this section.

  1. The basic concept of having a movie based on emojis is, while really not the worst concept, incredibly bland and confusing; the fact that the concept has a rather botched execution doesn't exactly help.
  2. The film feels more like an advertisement for phone apps and smartphones, as it is overloaded with product placements from real-life phone apps, including Spotify, WeChat, Facebook, Candy Crush, YouTube, Instagram and Just Dance Now; it also tries to leech off the smartphone popular culture, even though the writers might not have done enough research about smartphone popular culture despite Sony Corporation, the parent company of Sony Pictures Animation that, therefore, owns the rights to this film, being known for their technology and Xperia smartphones.
    • On the topic of the film feeling like an advertisement for phone apps and smartphones, it is made even more blatantly obvious by Gene introducing smartphones to the audience and then describing how great emojis apparently are in the opening scene, as well as when it is being explained how to play Candy Crush after Gene, Hi-5 and Jailbreak arrive there before they begin playing the game to free Gene.
    • In an interview for the film on the official YouTube channel for Sony Pictures Animation, director Tony Leondis stated that he wanted to incorporate real-life apps into the movie[2]; while product placement can be used well in some films, it should be taken into consideration the fact that not everyone is going to like it, as some might assume they are watching an ad instead of a film.
    • On the topic of not knowing specific details, The Emoji Movie clearly knows nothing about phones (and ironically, this comes from a studio whose parent company is better known for their technology and Xperia smartphones); in the climax, when the phone is in the process of its factory reset, several apps get deleted, but after Alex unplugs the phone, the aforementioned deleted apps get restored. Upon deleting an app, it is permanently gone and there is no way of getting it back... unless you re-install it, that is.
      • The film also portrays teenagers as phone addicts who heavily refuse to communicate with each other aside from text messages, but instead of criticizing this problem... it encourages it.
  3. Poor attempts at humor which often take forever to finish, with many of them coming across as either poorly-written, immature, disgusting or unfunny; one example of this is one scene where Hi-5 throws up a corn candy before putting it back into his mouth and later throwing it up again.
    • One insulting and tasteless joke in the scene at the "loser lounge" depicts a fishcake emoji who sounds like a person with a disability.
    • Many of the jokes also come across as rather stereotypical; one major example of this is in the scene with the monkey emojis in the first act, where they begin to act like, well... monkeys after their statement of how they are busy doing "monkey business".
    • Even the innuendos are scummy, particularly one shot with the elephant and dashing away emojis, which is supposed to represent how the elephant is farting.
    • Some of the jokes suffer from being on-the-nose, with one scene depicting a shrimp emoji joining his fellow shrimp emojis in a vehicle... resembling a shrimp cocktail.
    • Perhaps the most unfunny examples of humor hinge around the one emotion each non-Gene and non-Mel emoji character has to represent; for example, in the scene in the YouTube app, Mary states, "Don't blame me for this, Mel, I am hopping mad at you. See?", and she makes a more tired face rather than an angry face.
  4. Patrick Stewart was severely miscast as Poop, the poop emoji; apparently, Stewart himself said that his casting was meant to be a joke.
  5. The story is very predictable and formulaic, as it is about a misunderstood character who accepts oneself for who they are; it also features clichés used in other films, particularly the never-explained reveal of Mel having the same problem as his son (which feels rather rushed as an attempt to make audiences understand why Gene has this problem), alongside the fact that there is an ending where everyone dances.
    • Even Hi-5's motivation for joining Gene is generic, as he just wants to be popular among the other emojis once more.
    • Jailbreak is an obvious clone of Wyldstyle from The Lego Movie, in terms of personality and character design; she also shares too much in common with Olivia "Sombra" Colomar from Overwatch as both characters are notorious hackers.
  6. Almost all of the emoji characters suffer from several issues:
    • All of the non-Gene and non-Mel emojis have rather flat characterizations, as they are only supposed to feel the emotions they represent; almost every emoji character has this flaw, especially Mary, who mistreats her son for his problem.
      • The characterization is also inconsistent, as every single emoji seems to express other emotions than the one that they have to do when they are used on the phone, and as a result, the entire plot is pointless.
        • Even Smiler is inconsistently portrayed; she initially gives a "be yourself" advice to the other emojis, and later sees Gene as a malfunction as he is a multi-expressional emoji.
      • Gene Meh, the main protagonist, is an incredibly generic and basic protagonist who wants to fit in but has something that gets in his way.
      • The romantic relationship between Gene and Jailbreak is also rather forced and bland.
    • They also suffer from rather poor representation; Smiler is depicted as the antagonist, even though all she intended to do was to protect Textopolis from being deleted; similarly, Gene is depicted as the main protagonist, despite him being the one responsible for most of the problems that occurred to the point where he almost caused the entire phone to have its data be wiped. Basically, the film tries to force its audience to sympathize with the protagonist and to root against the villain without giving them the usual proper characterization as a reason to do this.
      • Not helping is that neither Gene nor Jailbreak show any mercy for Akiko Glitter and everyone else who was deleted from existence.
      • On the topic of sympathizing with the protagonists, it was already hard to sympathize with Hi-5, as he was already self-centered and arrogant by the time he is introduced in the film.
  7. Several scenes are rather inappropriate for a film targeted towards children, particularly when Poop nearly utters the word "shit" before it cuts away.
  8. At several points in the film specific details in the background feel rather distracting; for example, the first scene in the film is riddled with several message bubbles which appear as the characters communicate with one another, which gets in the way of the story the film is trying to tell. Some of the details also come across as rather nonsensical, with Alex being stated to have a social security number, which is very questionable for a fourteen-year-old freshman in high school.
  9. False advertising: Despite the heavy marketing of Poop on posters and in the trailers, this character, voiced by Patrick Stewart, only gets a few lines and barely even gets to have an important role in the movie whatsoever.
    • On the topic of the marketing, there was a promotional image for the film on Twitter which spoofed the Hulu original series The Handmaid's Tale. In the image, Smiler was depicted as being the series' main character Offred; because of the themes of the aforementioned series, and the seemingly blatant misunderstanding of them, the image sparked controversy of the film's marketing, resulting in the tweet to be deleted. Even though the tweet was deleted, the damage was already done due to bad marketing.
  10. The movie completely forgets about Hi-5's subplot of becoming a favorite once more and focuses only on Gene until the end.
  11. Jailbreak claims that female emojis are being stereotyped as only princesses and brides, but it falls flat on its face upon taking into consideration there are several emojis in the film who are female, including Mary and Smiler, and yet almost none of them are princesses or brides; in fact, Smiler was even the original emoji and founder!
  12. The voice acting is shockingly mediocre, even for a Sony Pictures Animation film; as nearly everyone constantly underacts and sounds as if they just want to get out of the project, with the exception of Maya Rudolph, who actually goes about overacting.
  13. The film feels the apparent "need" to spout random and dated slang (even by near-late 2010s' standards), especially when Gene and Hi-5 mention "#truth" and "#blessed".
  14. Excruciating dialogue.
  15. Much of the events of the film are rather pointless, as Gene, Hi-5 and Jailbreak can go around the apps rather than through them to reach their destination and thus it would've taken much less time to get there had they gone around the apps instead. This was done just to pad out the movie's runtime.
    • What makes the story even more pointless is when it is taken into consideration that Alex will eventually decide to replace his phone with a new one.
    • Another large portion of the story, specifically the climax, is pointless, since Alex does not need tech support to wipe his phone, it is more than easy to do it himself.
  16. There are issues with the pacing, as it has a hard time maintaining balance between the four main subplots, focusing on Gene, Alex, Smiler and the former's parents, ultimately resulting in several scenes being either too fast or too slow; this is extremely noticeable in the climax, which happens way too quickly.
  17. Similar to Foodfight!, the film unnecessarily references Casablanca, something children would not get.
  18. The film wants its audience to believe emojis are more important than actual words, which is a false moral; for example, in the opening scene, Gene basically mentions how, "Emojis are the most important thing in the history of communication," and Alex's friend later states, "Words aren't cool." It is also rather hypocritical, given the film was very obviously written with words.
  19. Uneven and uncanny designs for the characters, with Gene resembling a reject of Mike Wazowski from Monsters, Inc., and Smiler always, well... literally smiling no matter what.
  20. Dated references to popular culture and Internet phenomena, specifically the music video for "PPAP (Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen)" by Pikotaro briefly appearing in the scene in the YouTube app; one can also clearly hear "Watch Me" by Silento briefly playing in the background during the scene in the Spotify app.
  21. At one point the film seems to preach to feminism, when Jailbreak complains about how "women are always coming up with stuff that men are taking credit for."
  22. The film also features some anachronisms:
    • The Hammer emoji appears as a judge's gavel during specific scenes; it resembles Apple's original graphic for the iPhone, which changed with iOS 6 in 2012.
    • While most of the emojis in the film are part of the set standardized by Unicode, Toaster, Broom and Disco Ball were not as of mid-2017. The Fortune Cookie and Takeout Box emojis were officially added to the Unicode Standard in June 2017, a month before the movie came out, so they would not have been on phones during filming, although it is possible that they added them during the last minute.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Like many of the other films from Sony Pictures Animation, the animation is solid and sometimes even creative.
    • To add to this, despite the overuse of blatant and obvious product placement, the way the animators were able to create the world of the phone and the different apps were well done.
  2. Excellent soundtrack for the film composed by Patrick Doyle (who also did the soundtrack for Brave and Artemis Fowl); in particular, "Good Vibrations" by Ricky Reed is decent.
  3. The scene at Instagram where Mel and Mary make up, with the former opening up to the latter and revealing his inner-emotions to her, explaining how he kept them bottled-up inside and how he was afraid of showing them, is very emotional; it is also paced properly in comparison to almost every other scene in the film, and the conversation between both Mel and Mary feels organic, it feels like a conversation between two parents going through problems.
  4. Decent cinematography.
  5. As weak as much of the attempts at humor are, there are some that worked:
    1. Old-school emoticons, specifically ":)", being portrayed as elders in one scene.
    2. One scene where Akiko Glitter is dancing in the trash, wondering why she keeps dancing while crying.
    3. There is an amusing moment with the Columbia Pictures opening logo with an emoji.
  6. Smiler is well-developed and sympathetic as a character, as her intentions and motivations are understandable and were defined better than from the other characters. Everything she did was to stop Gene from essentially destroying the emojis' world; she wanted to delete him in order to protect the phone and its data from getting deleted.
  7. Despite the performances from much of the actors being below average, T.J. Miller's performance as Gene stands out decently.
  8. There is one decent reference to the Atari game Pong, despite it feeling a bit out-of-place.

Reception

Pre-released response

On December 20, 2016, the teaser trailer was released, which received overwhelming criticism from social media users, collecting almost 22,000 "dislikes" against 4,000 "likes" within the first 24 hours of its release. On May 16, 2017, the second trailer was released, which also received an extremely negative reception. The posters also received overwhelming criticism as well.

Critical and audiences response

After its release, The Emoji Movie was universally panned by critics and audiences alike, who criticized the script, humor, blatant product placement, voice performances, lack of originality, and plot; many also called it "unfunny and a waste of time," and compared it unfavorably to The Lego Movie, the Academy Award-wininng Inside Out and Wreck-It Ralph. Several major outlets called it one of the worst films of 2017 and also the worst animated movie.

On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 0%[3]; it has since then been changed to a 7% rating, based on 131 reviews, with an average rating of 2.67/10. The site's critical consensus displays a single no symbol emoji ("🚫") in place of text. It has a 3.3/10 on IMDb and a 12/100 on Metacritic, indicating "overwhelming dislike"; it is the lowest-rated animated film of all time on Metacritic. The film also received 1.2 rating on Letterboxd.

Box office

The Emoji Movie opened at #2 on its opening weekend grossing $24,531,923 domestically. The film would later make a total domestic gross of $86,089,513. In foreign countries, the film made $131,687,133. Overall, the film grossed $217,776,646 worldwide against its $50 million budget, making it a box office hit.

Awards and nominations

The Emoji Movie won four Razzie Awards: Worst Director (Tony Leondis), Worst Screen Combo (any two obnoxious emojis), Worst Screenplay and Worst Picture at the 38th Golden Raspberry Awards ceremony. Making it the 1st animated film to take home Worst Picture in Razzie history and with the most Razzies. But despite this it was nominated at Kids' Choice Award 2018 for Favorite Animated Movie but lost to the Pixar animated film Coco.

Trivia

  • Jordan Peele was asked to voice Poop; he refused, and he has cited this offer as the reason he decided to start a directorial career.[4]
  • Ilana Glazer was originally cast for the role of Jailbreak[5], but for unknown reasons, she was replaced by Anna Faris, who previously voiced Sam Sparks in the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs films, who coincidentally is also the love interest of the protagonist.
    • Coincidentally, both T.J Miller and Anna Faris also play roles in Yogi Bear; similarly, T.J Miller and James Corden played roles in Gulliver's Travels, released around the same time as Yogi Bear.
  • The Emoji Movie, surprisingly, took two years to make.[6]
  • It is first animated film to win the Worst Picture Award; it had also won the most Razzies to date.

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Comments


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Hookuai

17 months ago
Score 12
Gene being the protagonist is nonsensical hell since Smiler could be fitting for a protagonist while GENE SHOULD BE THE ANTAGONIST.
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Mickey Mouse

17 months ago
Score 30
Lol this made me wanna make an alternate version of this film where the roles are inverted (just like you say)
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MrChangeUserNameAlot

8 days ago
Score 0
I agree Gene is truly a villain, if you really think about it though Gene is a good villain because he did indeed put the whole phone in danger and nearly destroyed the whole phone so that would mean the end of all the other annoying characters like Hi 5 or Jailbreak MUHAHAHAHAHA >:D
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Nihirichan

17 months ago
Score 9
I have a nitpick to make: "What kind of kid plays Candy Crush, and how do they have so many apps in their phone? Wouldn't that phone run out of space and as a result become slower?"
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Lsw1002

15 months ago
Score 4
Probably the studio not taking that into account, or just not knowing that in general.
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Paprika

10 months ago
Score 6
"What kind of kid plays Candy Crush?" Lol
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BlueSapphire200

6 months ago
Score 2
This is what I thought when I first watched the movie.
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Marvelrules

16 months ago
Score -22
This shouldnt be here.
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Matthew The Guy

16 months ago
Score 3
Uhm...why?
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Blossom.Alyssa

14 months ago
Score 2
2 months later... still isn't answered! This comment was pointless.
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NoUsername

11 months ago
Score 1
And now 5 years
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Nitesh Surya Vanapalli

4 months ago
Score 2
Probably because the animation is decent, but that doesn't change anything.
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Gamerpogu

one month ago
Score -2
Wow a -20 score... jeez 5 year olds, it's just his opinion
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ItMeansNothing

one month ago
Score 2
Marvelrules is a troll.
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ItMeansNothing

16 months ago
Score 7
I give this the 🖕 emoji
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Mr. Dready

15 months ago
Score 2
At times i think about this movie and i gotta say, who thought this was a good idea, who came up with this, why didn't anyone during production said :this is stupid.
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MeMeGuYWasLost

15 months ago
Score 9
At least it's better than Norm of the North.
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ItMeansNothing

14 months ago
Score 2
I see it the other way around.
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ItMeansNothing

14 months ago
Score 4
The problem with this movie is not because the idea is incredibly stupid and it's cringy, which it is, but because nothing really interesting goes on. It's all stuff you've seen before!
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Gabby3399

14 months ago
Score 1
When there was trailers of emoji movie I first was excited for Emoji Movie coming out after watching it on DVD I hated it and I regret being excited for the emoji movie I did not know it was going to be bad after it was released in theaters I haven´t checked on the rating on Emoji Movie. My Mom & my friend Riley who is 2 years younger than me hates this movie. I asked my mom if she likes the Emoji Movie and she said no & Riley asked her her least favorite movie it was the Emoji Movie she didn´t like it since it was weird. But my little brother likes the Emoji Movie.
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RyMann37

14 months ago
Score 4
I prefer the underrated Eight Crazy Nights over this pile of filth!
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KMFStudios

14 months ago
Score 1
Columbia should have gotten permission from Unicode (a non-profit that owns the character set used on most modern devices, including emoji) to make this.
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Stomps

13 months ago
Score -18
At least PVZ Wasn't in the film as an App
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Hookuai

12 months ago
Score 2
Irrelevant crap
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LancedSoul

9 months ago
Score 4
Bullshit.
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Botbuster

12 months ago
Score 2
The Good Vibrations song reminds me of Cursed Emojis and Vibe Checks.
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Footsies

12 months ago
Score 1
💩
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I Said A Hip Hop

11 months ago
Score 1

Mike White was a writer for this film.


THE WRITER OF SCHOOL OF ROCK.
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ACoolBlaze5

11 months ago
Score 34

Someone literally once added this to GMW. Here's the text before it got deleted

Why it Rocks

  1. Great concept
  2. Acting is great
  3. Decent product placement
  4. Nice animation
  5. Good Music
  6. Better than FrozenGMW (added the template here, and no, it, nor this text was a part of the page.
  7. Funny

The ONLY Bad Quality

  1. Cliche romance plot USED TWICE


Fuckin shit page if you ask me
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Lake's Wild World

9 months ago
Score 1
Maybe it was irony?.....
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Nitesh Surya Vanapalli

8 months ago
Score 2
I agree, those are lame reasons of why it rocks.
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MatthewThePrep

6 months ago
Score 4
That would be well-suited for Reverse Awful Movies Wiki.
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UndertaleGamer1000

3 months ago
Score 2
Maybe someone created it because they were probably a butt-hurt fan? IDK that's just me.
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Trashanimal

3 months ago
Score 3
It was probably just a troll page
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Grammar guy

2 months ago
Score 1
That should be in the dictionary in the definition for troll.
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EijiZeBoi

11 months ago
Score 22

The only emoji this movie needed















🖕
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ACoolBlaze5

11 months ago
Score 0
LOL
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Mr. Dready

9 months ago
Score 0
XD
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Trevor807

11 months ago
Score 6
The definitive film in which Hollywood ran out of ideas.
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Trevor807

6 months ago
Score 2
Also, a really bad omen for cinema in general.
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Roblistic

6 months ago
Score 1
I liked this film, but I agree with you that not everything needs a movie.
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LancedSoul

10 months ago
Score 0

Here some 2 more reasons Why It Sucks that haven’t been added.

19. The movie is a ripoff of Wreck-It Ralph, The LEGO Movie, and Inside Out and even they steal elements, not to mention, it is also ripoff of Smurfs: The Lost Village, which is also Sony Pictures Animation Movie and even released a few months before The Emoji Movie.

20. Gene is unlikeable character.

That’s all.
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ACoolBlaze5

10 months ago
Score 2
At least 20 was reasonable but 19 I've heard too much. Sure, moving across arcade games is like exploring different apps, and the plot feels like Inside Out, but it's not
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HellLord

7 months ago
Score 1
“Look Out” -Tintin (in his game)
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Le0ne 82,651

one month ago
Score 0
Instead of saying it ripped off other movies, you should have said that it uses concepts that aren't new in the slightest. It does feel like their movies because it's just a generic adventure kids movie.
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Stephenfisher2001

10 months ago
Score 2
You may now edit this page, but please, I do NOT want to see any, Traffic-edits.
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ACoolBlaze5

10 months ago
Score 4
still better than Foodfight!
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GOJIRA

9 months ago
Score 0
when I saw the emoji movie on youtube it so bad it not even good
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Pacsonic9000

9 months ago
Score 2
My mom and sister defends this movie by saying it's made for kids. There are other movies made for kids that are good.
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ACoolBlaze5

9 months ago
Score 2
Yup.
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Paprika

9 months ago
Score 2
And aren't filled to the brim with ads and attempts to be hip with the kids.
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Tallryie

9 months ago
Score 1
One emoji that BEST describes this movie:🖕
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HellLord

9 months ago
Score 1
Oh hi there
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HellLord

9 months ago
Score 1
Nooooooooooooo!!!!, he died!!!!!
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RaymesisEvil

9 months ago
Score 1
I liked the movie, because it has bad reviews, but I really liked it (I'm not kidding)
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ACoolBlaze5

9 months ago
Score 4
That's fine. There were some good things such as the animation and the voice acting, but overall, your reasons to like it are valid. Also your wording makes you look like you like it because it was universally panned
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Spectro

7 months ago
Score 2

Everyone as their opinion.

And we must respect them.
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LancedSoul

9 months ago
Score 6
"💩 HAPPENS" They said it not me!
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Roblistic

9 months ago
Score 3
I'm not saying this is an amazing or an awful movie, but I think we went too far with all the hate for this movie.
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Nitesh Surya Vanapalli

8 months ago
Score 0
It's a rip-off of Wreck-It Ralph, The Lego Movie, and Inside Out.
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Trevor807

8 months ago
Score 2
The only thing it has in common is that it uses the cliché “be yourself” plot that’s been done to death a million times.
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Jclem05

3 months ago
Score 1
I understand the comparison.
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Tugboat1992

8 months ago
Score 0
I thought this would be good at first, but when I saw it, I thought it was trash
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Nitesh Surya Vanapalli

8 months ago
Score 0
They basically combined Wreck-It Ralph, The Lego Movie and Inside Out and made it awful.
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ACoolBlaze5

8 months ago
Score 4
The Emoji Movie is the worst big-budget theatrical animated movie.
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Trevor807

8 months ago
Score 2
If Siskel and Ebert were still with us, they would have a field day with this film. Yes, I'm watching it on a DVR recording right now. Already it's the worst film I've ever seen in my life, and I assure you, it's the lowest point any major Hollywood studio will ever sink to.
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ACoolBlaze5

8 months ago
Score 2
Some salty boi named Dave the Emoji is whining over this movie being hated and gave the middle finger to its haters
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Roblistic

6 months ago
Score 1
I've seen him
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Okboomer45

8 months ago
Score 1
I love this movie in a so bad it's good kind of way. the movie tries to be a wreck it ralph type of film and fails spectacularly.
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Nitesh Surya Vanapalli

8 months ago
Score 0
💩
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Jego5542Gonzalez

8 months ago
Score 0
I hate this movie! I give this page a 10/10 because The Emoji Movie deserves to be hated!
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Okboomer45

8 months ago
Score 1
I personally think the concept could work..
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Trevor807

8 months ago
Score 2
How would a movie about emojis work? Especially in 2017.
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TheSwagSceptile

8 months ago
Score 0
How can a movie like this seriously make a success at the box office? I’ve lost all hope for humanity
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LancedSoul

7 months ago
Score 14
Tintone will snap this film and turn into dust. Tintone.jpeg
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HellLord

7 months ago
Score 1
Yes, do it tintin, while I like the film, I don’t watch it that much anymore, you can snap it now
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IamaSocialjusticewarrior

7 months ago
Score -4
ahh, the first so bad its good.
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IamaSocialjusticewarrior

7 months ago
Score -5
that i watched
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Stephenfisher2001

7 months ago
Score 0
Guys, That guy is a troll! ;)
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HellLord

7 months ago
Score 0
I know D:
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Spectro

7 months ago
Score 0
While the characters would still be bland and unlikeable either way, if this was a really early movie, it could have worked out better. It's still a pile of sh*t anyways.
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LancedSoul

7 months ago
Score 2
💩🚫👎
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Official-PSASD

7 months ago
Score 2

It was been 3 years when this trash was released, and we all know how bad it is.

Which I could give three emojis about my feelings of this movie.

🖕👉💩
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HellLord

7 months ago
Score 1
Does that mean f—k that s—t :)
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Black Knight Animation Studios

7 months ago
Score 0
Wake me up before you go go is a retro song, and now people hate it b/c of this.
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Mr. Dready

7 months ago
Score 0
Nostalgia Critic:🖕👉💩
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Stephenfisher2001

7 months ago
Score 4
Three years later, The Emoji Movie still sucks.
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Roblistic

6 months ago
Score 3
Somewhere, in an alternate dimension, The Emoji Movie is the most beloved film ever (Note: I like this movie, but I am aware of it's flaws).
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HellLord

6 months ago
Score 1
Same
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Dragos133

6 months ago
Score 1
It's been 3 years and the movie is called the worst animated movie ever as well as the worst movie of the 2010s next to the Fifty Shades Of Grey franchise, Norm Of The North, RIPD, Foodfight and Cats.
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HellLord

6 months ago
Score 2
I did like the film when I first saw it but I still see flaws with the film, it’s actually better than the film that shall not be named (you know that film in 2016)
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RaymesisEvil

6 months ago
Score 2
You're making me happy! :)
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Le0ne 82,651

one month ago
Score 1
Does the name of this film happen to start with a G?
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Roblistic

6 months ago
Score 2
Just to get this through your heads, this film didn't cancel the Popeye movie, even though it's coming back.

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