Gene, a multi-expressional emoji, sets out on a journey to become a normal emoji.
The Emoji Movie Dreamfilm Review by Alise:
The emoji movie is going to be remembered for a long time. Not for accomplishing something spectacular, but crafting something so generically restarted, that were going to be asking Kim John to bomb our country if thing’s go to far. This movie is probably the worst thing I’ve ever seen. It’s hard to watch and I almost left the theater multiply times, but I somehow managed to keep myself in the seat. I still can’t believe this movie was made, and Sony animation made it happen. Thank you guys for representing Hollywood, a bunch of greedy businessman who care only for the green paper. This movie just has nothing that works. The characters and story are so generic and boring, I could give less of a [email protected]$t what happens. The animation is terrible, the humor is absolutely cringe-worthy, the acting is terrible, the music is awful, the dialogue is just as cringe-worthy as batman and robin, and the pacing is probably the worst I’ve ever seen. I don’t understand how anyone besides dumb children can like this movie. And don’t even try to defend this movie by saying it’s just for kids, because if you do, you are the reason why movies like this are made. I hope you people at Sony are proud of yourselves, because if you are, I don’t know what to say.