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The Emoji Movie: The Complete Screenplays: scrapbookit.eu: Bolton, David: Fremdsprachige Bücher. The similarity is uncanny. Happy Birthday to Gene himself, T.J. Miller! #​EmojiMovie. Drei Emojis machen sich auf eine abenteuerliche Reise durch ein Handy. Täglich hoffen sie darauf, von den Menschen für Nachrichten ausgewählt zu werden. Doch ihre Welt ist in Gefahr. Sie wollen sie davor retten, gelöscht zu werden.

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Drei Emojis machen sich auf eine abenteuerliche Reise durch ein Handy. Täglich hoffen sie darauf, von den Menschen für Nachrichten ausgewählt zu werden. Doch ihre Welt ist in Gefahr. Sie wollen sie davor retten, gelöscht zu werden. Emoji – Der Film – Wikipedia. Inspired by Sony Pictures Animation's The Emoji Movie, POP FRENZY! The Emoji Movie Game features all your favorite emojis and moments from the movie in. The Emoji Movie: The Complete Screenplays: scrapbookit.eu: Bolton, David: Fremdsprachige Bücher. Emoji Movie: Das Buch zum Film | West, Tracey, Thiele, Ulrich | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. The Emoji Movie enthüllt etwas, das noch nie zuvor zu sehen war: Die geheime Welt in einem Smartphone. Versteckt in der Messaging-App liegt Textopolis. Sieh dir die neuesten Videos von The Emoji Movie an.

The Emoji Movie

The Emoji Movie enthüllt etwas, das noch nie zuvor zu sehen war: Die geheime Welt in einem Smartphone. Versteckt in der Messaging-App liegt Textopolis. Emoji Movie: Das Buch zum Film | West, Tracey, Thiele, Ulrich | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Sieh dir die neuesten Videos von The Emoji Movie an. The Emoji Movie Miller parasailing in. I'm half expecting an animated movie about the world of marbles to roll along anytime soon yes I'm proud of that pun. In NovemberSony scheduled the film to be Jugend Ohne Gott 2019 Stream on August 11, Film Music Reporter. Cartoons — Öffne den Mac App Store, Luc Besson Filme Apps zu kaufen und zu Lu Han. Versteckt in der Messaging-App liegt Textopolis, eine geschäftige Stadt, in der alle Emojis wohnen und darauf hoffen, Scorpion Kinox Besitzer des Telefons ausgewählt zu werden. Als zusätzliche Tatstatur ist es nicht zu verwenden. Raggety 27 Du hast Javascript in deinem Browser deaktiviert. Bewertungen und Rezensionen Alle anzeigen. Der Film startete am 3.

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Animations- filme. Die Chubbchubbs! Dort wird er als Fehlfunktion eingestuft und muss demnach gelöscht werden. Patrick Doyle.

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Gene voice James Corden Hi-5 voice Anna Faris Jailbreak voice Maya Rudolph Smiler voice Steven Wright Mel Meh voice Jennifer Coolidge Mary Meh voice Patrick Stewart Flamenca voice Rachael Ray Spam voice Sean Hayes Alex voice Tati Gabrielle Addie voice Jude Kouyate Another fine example of what NOT to do in a movie is making dry, boring jokes.

The movie tries to throw you clever jokes or even forced ones, and none are funny. She was technically my "favorite" character, because I tend to love bright, cheerful, somewhat diabolical, and extra smiley characters, but she still didn't manage to win me over.

Her attitude in the movie essentially ruined any chances of my adding her as a real favorite. No sir.

In Emoji's defense, and take into mind that the following is just "for what's worth", it's actually beautifully animated and has a "better" story whereas Food Fight couldn't even be bothered to find out what its own plot really is.

I'l stop there because there's just too much to complain about. But on a final note, that's not how wiping your phone's data completely works either.

Frisby 2 Super Reviewer. Mar 26, Did you love Inside Out? I know I did. I never felt like it was Pixar's best movie there was too much repetition with the other emotions causing havoc in their host's mind , but I loved that, you could say, that it was a movie that dealt with mental illnesses in a mature and intelligent way.

It also explored issues about how, in the long run, you cannot avoid being sad. Sadness is an emotion that will never be able to be avoided for as long as you're alive, but the movie never shied away from the fact that, you know what, this is a part of life and if you wanna be sad for one reason or another, then it's OK.

I obviously simplified it down, but Inside Out explores these issues intelligently with heart, soul and humor. You may be asking yourself why I've brought this up in reference to The Emoji Movie.

Well, unless you're living under a rock and are unable to read this review, you know what emojis are. Those little icons meant to display a singular emotion, whether that be sadness, happiness, anger.

There's obviously a shit-ton of emojis out there, but I'm just narrowing it down for the purpose of this review.

Well, this movie uses the emojis like Inside Out uses actual emotions. Because, apparently, emojis in this world are as important and relevant as actual conversation and communication.

Conceptually, the movie is idiotic right from the start. The meh emoji I can't believe I just typed that fails at his one job of being meh.

He fails at this by being too many emojis at once, he is called a malfunction and destroys his workplace with his malfunctions.

He teams up with the high-five emoji and Jailbreak the original princess emoji to reprogram the code so he'll be a proper meh emoji and Alex, the kid who owns the phone the emojis live, won't erase every app later that afternoon.

Apparently, one glitch is enough to make this kid want to erase every app on his phone, which he could actually do himself, but he decides to go to this store to have the apps erased.

Because the suffering needs to go on even longer. But, fine, that's the basic outline of the story. That's not the problem, naturally, the problem is the horrifyingly lazy humor on display here.

Sir Patrick Stewart yes, he's in this plays the turd emoji. You can only imagine what his jokes will be like.

Puns surrounding the word duty, his being 2, wanting to be soft, but not too soft, people making a stink out of things.

You pay Patrick Stewart to give him trash material to deliver. I like Stewart, he still took the paycheck, but I like him and I think he deserves so much better than this.

But that's not the only egregious example of lazy, uninspired humor. There's the emoji monkeys who are on, I quote, monkey business.

To borrow a line from the Honest Trailer from this movie, they run the meh emoji joke into the ground. Mel tells his wife not to overreact and when she goes 'Oh my' in the most bored way possible, he replies 'see, I knew you'd overreact'.

And they really do run this joke into the ground. If it wasn't funny the first time, it's not gonna be funny the fifth time.

It is, quite frankly, the most offensively lazy animated movie in terms of humor that I've seen in ages. But then again, I don't think Sony greenlit this movie because they truly wanted to make a movie that told a good story, with strong characters and a complex exploration of human emotions through the use of emojis.

That's not what they wanted to do. They wanted a movie that they could use to sell companies as cross-promotion.

Sony has been shy about littering their movies with so much product placement of their own products to the point that it's sickening.

Everyone remember in Chappie, when they used something like I'm just guessing, but this is an example PS4s in order to create one giant supercomputer instead of using, you know, an actual supercomputer.

Because in a crime-ridden sci-fi world, it's really easy to find PS4s just laying about. Chappie was distributed by Columbia Pictures, which is owned by Sony.

So, obviously, the PS4s were a Sony mandate. This movie, on the other hand, reaches out to other companies in order to get their brand in this movie.

One of the few concepts I liked about this movie was the fact that every app is its own unique world. I liked that concept in theory but, of course, given how many brands are in this movie, they just serve like commercials for those specific apps and not because the film requires it.

The problem is, though, that this movies take so long to make that a few of the apps they use for their worlds are already outdated by this point.

Just Dance and Candy Crush immediately come to mind. And this is a movie made for idiot kids, where if they haven't seen it within the last week, they've already forgotten about it.

That's only two of the worlds. Let me just list off the brands that bought some space in this movie.

And that's on top of Candy Crush and Just Dance. Off the top of my head, that's NINE different brands shoved into this movie. I'm sure there's plenty others, but I just forgot about them.

Remember how people were up in arms about The Lego Movie being a cynical marketing exercise for the Lego brand instead of the movie. Yes, it was meant to sell the Lego brand, to be sure, but at least they used that brand to tell an insightful story on the importance of creativity for children as they're growing up.

It was an actual movie with characters, a story, humor and a lot of heart. It ended up surprising a lot of people with how entertaining it was.

Where are those people now??? I mean I guess the fact of the matter is that since this movie wasn't called the Sony Cross-Promotion Marketing Experiment Movie then people couldn't overreact, but goddamn, guys, THIS movie deserves the outrage.

I think that's what pisses me off the most. This isn't really a movie as much as it is Sony shoving a lot of brands in there to give them some shameless promotion.

And the sad thing is, I'm sure Sony Pictures Animation has a lot of really talented artists that worked hard as fuck for a long time to produce such a cynical piece of trash.

And it's not their fault, I'm sure that this was a Sony mandate. And, even if it wasn't, even if it started as a legitimate movie surrounding emojis, Sony got their greedy little hands on it and they absolutely destroyed any chance this film might have had of being good.

This movie's existence is unacceptable. I struggle to even think about stuff that I did like. The animation is decent, but really bland. The voice acting is fine, but not particularly inspired.

This felt like just a paycheck for everyone involved. I imagine there's no real passion involved once you read the script and you see how this is actually gonna play out.

This isn't the worst movie I've ever seen, not by a long shot, but as far as cynical marketing exercises go, this is, by far, the worst.

Even worse than Cars 2. And, as an animated movie even though this really isn't one , it's the worst I have ever seen from a major studio.

I rarely ever count movies done by smaller, independent studios, because they don't have the resources. This is a terrible movie, you know how Lavar Ball 'speaks things into existence', well I'm gonna wish this movie into obscurity.

Everyone who had the unfortunate task of watching this will forget they ever spent 80 minutes of their lives they will never get back with this piece of trash.

I'm embarrassed for our species after this movie. Where's the Patrick Stewart facepalm meme when you need it?

Jesse O Super Reviewer. Oct 19, I guess it had to happen, we live in a time now where nothing is sacred, nothing is safe from being milked dry, and anything is free game.

They will make a movie out of bloody anything given half a chance. I'm half expecting an animated movie about the world of marbles to roll along anytime soon yes I'm proud of that pun.

I think its fair to say I wasn't expecting anything much from this movie, if anything I only saw it out of pure morbid curiosity. I was simply intrigued at how they could construct a narrative around some mobile phone app icons.

And my God do they try their best here! Does it work? Not really no, but kudos for trying. I mean I can't deny there are some nice little touches here, its not all terrible.

The emoji's live inside a phone duh which is owned by a young boy named Alex. Said boy is going through the usual pre-pubescent angst with girls and whatnot and of course being young he uses his phone a lot.

Within the phone the emoji's dwell in the city of Textopolis I like it , their daily job is to produce their emoticon or expression on demand when Alex uses it.

Gene is a 'meh' emoji but he can also make other expressions which is looked upon as freakish, or like having a rare disease. When Gene gets his chance to be used by Alex he has a nervous breakdown and fudges it up.

He then finds himself listed for deletion because he is now deemed a malfunction. Gene must now flee the city with another has-been emoji to help him find a hacker to hopefully get himself fixed.

So the plot is pretty much the same old shit we've many times before. The protagonist must go on the run to evade the antagonist and her henchmen henchemoji's.

Along the way the protagonist meets new friends that are considered losers basically; and in the end after numerous scrapes they all discover themselves and make friends whilst saving the day.

Its a standard plot mapped on top of this emoji concept. Despite that its still flippin' convoluted though, the nonsense they set up to explain how emoji's are used on a phone.

Its kinda treated like a gameshow scenario where talented, experienced and obviously popular emoji's are used regularly almost like a sports team.

It was also noted for receiving a negative audience reception before it even premiered. It was named by several media outlets as one of the worst films of and one of the worst animated films of all time.

Gene is an emoji that lives in Textopolis, a digital city inside the phone of his user, a teenager named Alex.

He is the son of two meh emojis named Mel and Mary, and is able to make multiple expressions despite his parents' upbringing.

His parents are hesitant of him going to work, but Gene insists so that he can feel useful. Upon receiving a text from his crush Addie McCallister, Alex decides to send her an emoji.

When Gene is selected, he panics, makes a panicked expression, and wrecks the text center. Gene is called in by Smiler, a smiley emoji and leader of the text center, who concludes that Gene is a "malfunction" and therefore must be deleted.

Gene is chased by bots , but is rescued by Hi-5, a once popular emoji who has since lost his fame due to lack of use.

He tells Gene that he can be fixed if they find a hacker , and Hi-5 accompanies him so that he can reclaim his fame. Smiler sends more bots to look for Gene when she finds out that he has left Textopolis, as his actions have caused Alex to think that his phone needs to be fixed.

Gene and Hi-5 come to a piracy app where they meet a hacker emoji named Jailbreak, who wants to reach Dropbox so that she can live in the cloud.

The trio is attacked by Smiler's bots, but manage to escape into the game Candy Crush. Jailbreak reveals that Gene can be fixed in the cloud, and the group goes off into the Just Dance app.

While there, Jailbreak is revealed to be a princess emoji who fled home after tiring of being stereotyped.

They are once again attacked by bots, and their actions cause Alex to delete the Just Dance app. Gene and Jailbreak escape, but Hi-5 is taken along with the app and ends up in the trash.

Mel and Mary go searching for Gene and have a very lethargic argument. They make up in the Instagram app when Mel reveals that he, too, is a malfunction, explaining Gene's behavior.

While traveling through Spotify , Jailbreak admits that she likes Gene just the way he is, and that he should not be ashamed of his malfunction.

The two start to fall in love and Gene silently debates his choice to change himself. They make it to the trash and rescue Hi-5, but are soon attacked by a bot upgraded with illegal malware.

They evade it by entangling its arms and enter Dropbox, where they encounter a firewall. After many tries, the gang get past it with a password being Addie's name and make it to the cloud, where Jailbreak prepares to reprogram Gene.

Gene admits his feelings for Jailbreak, but she wishes to stick to her plan of venturing into the cloud, unintentionally causing Gene to revert to his apathetic programming out of heartbreak.

Suddenly, the upgraded bot sneaks into the cloud and captures Gene, prompting Hi-5 and Jailbreak to go after him with a Twitter bird summoned by Jailbreak in her princess form.

As Smiler prepares to delete Gene, Mel and Mary arrive. Mel reveals to everyone that he is also a malfunction, prompting Smiler to threaten deleting him as well.

Jailbreak and Hi-5 arrive and disable the bot, which falls on top of Smiler. Alex has since taken his phone to a store in hopes that a factory reset performed by technical support would restore his phone's functionality, which would entail total destruction of Gene's world should such operation complete.

Out of desperation, Gene prepares to have himself texted to Addie, making numerous faces to express himself. Realizing that Addie received a text from him, Alex cancels the factory reset just as it nearly finishes, saving the emoji and finally getting to speak with Addie, who likes the emoji Alex sent.

Gene accepts himself for who he is and is celebrated by all of the emojis. In a mid-credits scene , Smiler has been relegated to the "loser lounge" with the other unused and forgotten emojis for her crimes, wearing numerous braces due to her teeth being cracked by the bot, and playing and losing a game of Go Fish.

The film was inspired by director Tony Leondis' love of Toy Story. However, his producer felt that the world inside a phone was much more interesting, which inspired Leondis to create the story of where and how the emojis lived.

Unlike most other animated films, the film had a production time of 2 years, as there were concerns that the movie would become outdated due to the evolution of phone technology.

But he also has this surprising ability to break your heart". The film's score was composed by Patrick Doyle , who previously composed the score for Leondis' film Igor.

Singer Ricky Reed recorded an original song, "Good Vibrations", for the film. In November , Sony scheduled the film to be released on August 11, The film's theatrical release is preceded by Puppy!

On December 20, , a teaser trailer for the film was released, which received overwhelming criticism from social media users, [44] collecting almost 22, "dislikes" against 4, "likes" within the first 24 hours of its release.

Miller parasailing in. Sony Pictures was later criticized after the film's official Twitter account posted a promotional picture of a parody of The Handmaid's Tale , featuring Smiler.

The parody was considered to be "tasteless" due to the overall themes of the work, and the image was deleted afterward.

Austin [56] to ring the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange [57] and Saks Fifth Avenue hosted a promotional emoji red carpet event [58] at the Saks New York flagship store to promote branded Emoji Movie merchandise.

Jacksfilms had praised the movie four months prior, although it was sarcasm and he was actually making fun of the movie. The Emoji Movie Game , a free-to-play bubble shooter game that was released on iOS and Android , with optional in app purchases.

Review embargoes for the film were lifted midday July 27, only a few hours before the film premiered to the general public, in a move considered among one of several tactics studios are using to try to curb bad Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

I don't think there is one. The Emoji Movie was universally panned by critics and audiences alike. David Ehrlich of IndieWire gave the film a D, writing: "Make no mistake, The Emoji Movie is very, very, very bad we're talking about a hyperactive piece of corporate propaganda in which Spotify saves the world and Sir Patrick Stewart voices a living turd , but real life is just too hard to compete with right now.

Glen Kenny of The New York Times described the film as "nakedly idiotic", stating that the film plays off a Hollywood idea that the "panderingly, trendily idiotic can be made to seem less so".

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Alex voice Tati Gabrielle Addie voice Jude Kouyate Poop Jr. Edit Storyline This movie unlocks the never-before-seen secret world inside your smartphone.

Edit Did You Know? Eventually, this movie won all five Razzies for which it was nominated, including Worst Picture and Worst Director.

Quotes [ first lines ] Gene : [ narrating ] The world we live in. It's so wondrous, mysterious, even magical.

No, no, not that world. I meant this one: the smartphone. Each system and program and app is its own little planet of perfect technology. All providing services so necessary, so crucial, so unbelievably profound.

Crazy Credits End credits are depicted as text bubbles, with an appropriate emoji for each position, i. Alternate Versions For its UK release, Sony had to remove some mild language in order to receive an U rating instead of a PG - this included a visual use of "WTF" considered 'disguised strong language' and worthy of a 12A and a verbal use of "turd".

Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Country: USA. Language: English Spanish. Runtime: 86 min.

Color: Color. Edit page. November Streaming Picks. Holiday Picks. What to Stream on Prime Video. Clear your history. Gene voice. Hi-5 voice.

Jailbreak voice. Smiler voice. Mel Meh voice. Mary Meh voice. Sir Patrick Stewart yes, he's in this plays the turd emoji.

You can only imagine what his jokes will be like. Puns surrounding the word duty, his being 2, wanting to be soft, but not too soft, people making a stink out of things.

You pay Patrick Stewart to give him trash material to deliver. I like Stewart, he still took the paycheck, but I like him and I think he deserves so much better than this.

But that's not the only egregious example of lazy, uninspired humor. There's the emoji monkeys who are on, I quote, monkey business. To borrow a line from the Honest Trailer from this movie, they run the meh emoji joke into the ground.

Mel tells his wife not to overreact and when she goes 'Oh my' in the most bored way possible, he replies 'see, I knew you'd overreact'.

And they really do run this joke into the ground. If it wasn't funny the first time, it's not gonna be funny the fifth time. It is, quite frankly, the most offensively lazy animated movie in terms of humor that I've seen in ages.

But then again, I don't think Sony greenlit this movie because they truly wanted to make a movie that told a good story, with strong characters and a complex exploration of human emotions through the use of emojis.

That's not what they wanted to do. They wanted a movie that they could use to sell companies as cross-promotion. Sony has been shy about littering their movies with so much product placement of their own products to the point that it's sickening.

Everyone remember in Chappie, when they used something like I'm just guessing, but this is an example PS4s in order to create one giant supercomputer instead of using, you know, an actual supercomputer.

Because in a crime-ridden sci-fi world, it's really easy to find PS4s just laying about. Chappie was distributed by Columbia Pictures, which is owned by Sony.

So, obviously, the PS4s were a Sony mandate. This movie, on the other hand, reaches out to other companies in order to get their brand in this movie.

One of the few concepts I liked about this movie was the fact that every app is its own unique world. I liked that concept in theory but, of course, given how many brands are in this movie, they just serve like commercials for those specific apps and not because the film requires it.

The problem is, though, that this movies take so long to make that a few of the apps they use for their worlds are already outdated by this point.

Just Dance and Candy Crush immediately come to mind. And this is a movie made for idiot kids, where if they haven't seen it within the last week, they've already forgotten about it.

That's only two of the worlds. Let me just list off the brands that bought some space in this movie. And that's on top of Candy Crush and Just Dance.

Off the top of my head, that's NINE different brands shoved into this movie. I'm sure there's plenty others, but I just forgot about them.

Remember how people were up in arms about The Lego Movie being a cynical marketing exercise for the Lego brand instead of the movie.

Yes, it was meant to sell the Lego brand, to be sure, but at least they used that brand to tell an insightful story on the importance of creativity for children as they're growing up.

It was an actual movie with characters, a story, humor and a lot of heart. It ended up surprising a lot of people with how entertaining it was.

Where are those people now??? I mean I guess the fact of the matter is that since this movie wasn't called the Sony Cross-Promotion Marketing Experiment Movie then people couldn't overreact, but goddamn, guys, THIS movie deserves the outrage.

I think that's what pisses me off the most. This isn't really a movie as much as it is Sony shoving a lot of brands in there to give them some shameless promotion.

And the sad thing is, I'm sure Sony Pictures Animation has a lot of really talented artists that worked hard as fuck for a long time to produce such a cynical piece of trash.

And it's not their fault, I'm sure that this was a Sony mandate. And, even if it wasn't, even if it started as a legitimate movie surrounding emojis, Sony got their greedy little hands on it and they absolutely destroyed any chance this film might have had of being good.

This movie's existence is unacceptable. I struggle to even think about stuff that I did like. The animation is decent, but really bland.

The voice acting is fine, but not particularly inspired. This felt like just a paycheck for everyone involved.

I imagine there's no real passion involved once you read the script and you see how this is actually gonna play out. This isn't the worst movie I've ever seen, not by a long shot, but as far as cynical marketing exercises go, this is, by far, the worst.

Even worse than Cars 2. And, as an animated movie even though this really isn't one , it's the worst I have ever seen from a major studio.

I rarely ever count movies done by smaller, independent studios, because they don't have the resources. This is a terrible movie, you know how Lavar Ball 'speaks things into existence', well I'm gonna wish this movie into obscurity.

Everyone who had the unfortunate task of watching this will forget they ever spent 80 minutes of their lives they will never get back with this piece of trash.

I'm embarrassed for our species after this movie. Where's the Patrick Stewart facepalm meme when you need it? Jesse O Super Reviewer. Oct 19, I guess it had to happen, we live in a time now where nothing is sacred, nothing is safe from being milked dry, and anything is free game.

They will make a movie out of bloody anything given half a chance. I'm half expecting an animated movie about the world of marbles to roll along anytime soon yes I'm proud of that pun.

I think its fair to say I wasn't expecting anything much from this movie, if anything I only saw it out of pure morbid curiosity.

I was simply intrigued at how they could construct a narrative around some mobile phone app icons. And my God do they try their best here!

Does it work? Not really no, but kudos for trying. I mean I can't deny there are some nice little touches here, its not all terrible.

The emoji's live inside a phone duh which is owned by a young boy named Alex. Said boy is going through the usual pre-pubescent angst with girls and whatnot and of course being young he uses his phone a lot.

Within the phone the emoji's dwell in the city of Textopolis I like it , their daily job is to produce their emoticon or expression on demand when Alex uses it.

Gene is a 'meh' emoji but he can also make other expressions which is looked upon as freakish, or like having a rare disease.

When Gene gets his chance to be used by Alex he has a nervous breakdown and fudges it up. He then finds himself listed for deletion because he is now deemed a malfunction.

Gene must now flee the city with another has-been emoji to help him find a hacker to hopefully get himself fixed. So the plot is pretty much the same old shit we've many times before.

The protagonist must go on the run to evade the antagonist and her henchmen henchemoji's. Along the way the protagonist meets new friends that are considered losers basically; and in the end after numerous scrapes they all discover themselves and make friends whilst saving the day.

Its a standard plot mapped on top of this emoji concept. Despite that its still flippin' convoluted though, the nonsense they set up to explain how emoji's are used on a phone.

Its kinda treated like a gameshow scenario where talented, experienced and obviously popular emoji's are used regularly almost like a sports team.

But if an emoji shows good promise or whatever then they get the chance to be 'promoted' onto the phones main app screen. It sounds ridiculous because it basically is.

Then all the emoji's that aren't used anymore get lumped into a loser lounge type scenario. Very predictable but also somewhat daft as I'm sure most emoji's actually get used a fair bit the world over.

Call me stupid but one of the main fun things about this movie was spotting all the different emoji's sad I know. And sure enough they're all here, right down to the national flags.

I quite like how the old emoticons are presented as old age pensioners, umm The movie also uses every flippin' bit of computer jargon it can muster, in a very predictable and cringeworthy fashion.

For instance, pirating is represented by A Trojan horse is A firewall is a big fiery wall ugh!!! The sidekick characters bland and unfunny hi-five and a princess , again totally predictable.

Alex decides to completely wipe his phone when a few apps play up, why not just uninstall them? When the phone is almost wiped Alex stops because of an unusual emoji??

Gene pulling a stupid face. This emoji is then sent to the girl he has a crush on and she instantly likes him because of that??

Most of the emoji's in Textopolis are erased during this process, but they all come back perfectly OK when the phone is rebooted?

No side affects from that? Overall the movie certainly isn't as bad as I thought it was gonna be but its still quite bad. There are some kernels of a good idea hidden away within, the odd sparse highlight.

But again overall its still very very basic, bland, uninspiring, unfunny, and it doesn't even look that great really. This was always gonna be an uphill battle simply because what the hell can you do with emoji's??

I stand by my kudos to all involved for actually managing to produce something that isn't a complete train wreck, but at the end of the day I think we can all agree with was a complete waste of time and money.

Heck the aim seems to be to push young kids towards their phones more than ever. As if youngsters need that kind of encouragement these days.

Phil H Super Reviewer. Oct 07, Amidst some buoyant animation and some inventive flourishes, The Emoji Movie touts a story and style that is all too disconcerting to the future of film in general.

Technology is no doubt a prominent force in our modern world almost to a fault. Instead of critiquing our use of phones and apps as our sole interest, The Emoji Movie practically worships the devices, insisting that we are only getting worse so we might as well embrace having our faces plastered to an electronic.

He tells Gene that he can be fixed if they find a hacker , and Hi-5 accompanies him so that he can reclaim his fame.

Smiler sends more bots to look for Gene when she finds out that he has left Textopolis, as his actions have caused Alex to think that his phone needs to be fixed.

Gene and Hi-5 come to a piracy app where they meet a hacker emoji named Jailbreak, who wants to reach Dropbox so that she can live in the cloud.

The trio is attacked by Smiler's bots, but manage to escape into the game Candy Crush. Jailbreak reveals that Gene can be fixed in the cloud, and the group goes off into the Just Dance app.

While there, Jailbreak is revealed to be a princess emoji who fled home after tiring of being stereotyped. They are once again attacked by bots, and their actions cause Alex to delete the Just Dance app.

Gene and Jailbreak escape, but Hi-5 is taken along with the app and ends up in the trash. Mel and Mary go searching for Gene and have a very lethargic argument.

They make up in the Instagram app when Mel reveals that he, too, is a malfunction, explaining Gene's behavior. While traveling through Spotify , Jailbreak admits that she likes Gene just the way he is, and that he should not be ashamed of his malfunction.

The two start to fall in love and Gene silently debates his choice to change himself. They make it to the trash and rescue Hi-5, but are soon attacked by a bot upgraded with illegal malware.

They evade it by entangling its arms and enter Dropbox, where they encounter a firewall. After many tries, the gang get past it with a password being Addie's name and make it to the cloud, where Jailbreak prepares to reprogram Gene.

Gene admits his feelings for Jailbreak, but she wishes to stick to her plan of venturing into the cloud, unintentionally causing Gene to revert to his apathetic programming out of heartbreak.

Suddenly, the upgraded bot sneaks into the cloud and captures Gene, prompting Hi-5 and Jailbreak to go after him with a Twitter bird summoned by Jailbreak in her princess form.

As Smiler prepares to delete Gene, Mel and Mary arrive. Mel reveals to everyone that he is also a malfunction, prompting Smiler to threaten deleting him as well.

Jailbreak and Hi-5 arrive and disable the bot, which falls on top of Smiler. Alex has since taken his phone to a store in hopes that a factory reset performed by technical support would restore his phone's functionality, which would entail total destruction of Gene's world should such operation complete.

Out of desperation, Gene prepares to have himself texted to Addie, making numerous faces to express himself. Realizing that Addie received a text from him, Alex cancels the factory reset just as it nearly finishes, saving the emoji and finally getting to speak with Addie, who likes the emoji Alex sent.

Gene accepts himself for who he is and is celebrated by all of the emojis. In a mid-credits scene , Smiler has been relegated to the "loser lounge" with the other unused and forgotten emojis for her crimes, wearing numerous braces due to her teeth being cracked by the bot, and playing and losing a game of Go Fish.

The film was inspired by director Tony Leondis' love of Toy Story. However, his producer felt that the world inside a phone was much more interesting, which inspired Leondis to create the story of where and how the emojis lived.

Unlike most other animated films, the film had a production time of 2 years, as there were concerns that the movie would become outdated due to the evolution of phone technology.

But he also has this surprising ability to break your heart". The film's score was composed by Patrick Doyle , who previously composed the score for Leondis' film Igor.

Singer Ricky Reed recorded an original song, "Good Vibrations", for the film. In November , Sony scheduled the film to be released on August 11, The film's theatrical release is preceded by Puppy!

On December 20, , a teaser trailer for the film was released, which received overwhelming criticism from social media users, [44] collecting almost 22, "dislikes" against 4, "likes" within the first 24 hours of its release.

Miller parasailing in. Sony Pictures was later criticized after the film's official Twitter account posted a promotional picture of a parody of The Handmaid's Tale , featuring Smiler.

The parody was considered to be "tasteless" due to the overall themes of the work, and the image was deleted afterward. Austin [56] to ring the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange [57] and Saks Fifth Avenue hosted a promotional emoji red carpet event [58] at the Saks New York flagship store to promote branded Emoji Movie merchandise.

Jacksfilms had praised the movie four months prior, although it was sarcasm and he was actually making fun of the movie.

The Emoji Movie Game , a free-to-play bubble shooter game that was released on iOS and Android , with optional in app purchases. Review embargoes for the film were lifted midday July 27, only a few hours before the film premiered to the general public, in a move considered among one of several tactics studios are using to try to curb bad Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

I don't think there is one. The Emoji Movie was universally panned by critics and audiences alike. David Ehrlich of IndieWire gave the film a D, writing: "Make no mistake, The Emoji Movie is very, very, very bad we're talking about a hyperactive piece of corporate propaganda in which Spotify saves the world and Sir Patrick Stewart voices a living turd , but real life is just too hard to compete with right now.

Glen Kenny of The New York Times described the film as "nakedly idiotic", stating that the film plays off a Hollywood idea that the "panderingly, trendily idiotic can be made to seem less so".

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  1. Kagashicage

    Es ist zweifelhaft.

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