I’m going a little high on this since I imagine critics will review it for what it is, which is a terribly generic family film based on a vaguely trendy and awfully bland concept. Compare to the Angry Birds movie, which got 44%.
@Pavlov Not a single positive review yet on RT - and, the word “meh” comes up in more than a handful of reviews. Just like most every other movie in 2017 so far (with two notable exceptions), this movie sucks. It is a pretty disappointing year at the theater - so far. My previous comment in this thread obviously being sarcasm; I do still have high hopes for several films to be released later this year.
Only if you’re going to promise to be my escort for the afternoon matinee, my sweet, dear, @narfcake.
Of course, you’d have to make it past @Pavlov. Or we could wait for him to go out of town.
But be warned, I will turn it on hard and then egregiously blue ball you like no one ever has before, or ever will again, and do it only for suggesting that I actually go and sit through this fucking rubbish.
- maybe you’ll get to see my
<insert evil grin here>, as the old man likes to say.
This movie might be right in Mediocre’s wheel house…
“There could be far worse ways to spend 86 minutes. But maybe, just maybe, it’d be the better choice to spend those 86 minutes outside, or reading a book, or talking face-to-face with another human being. Because The Emoji Movie could not be more meh.”