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The Emoji Movie (2017)

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Gene, a multi-expressional emoji, sets out on a journey to become a normal emoji.

Director: Anthony Leondis

Release Date: 2017-07-23
Status: Released
Run time: 86 min / 1:26
Budget: $50,000,000
Revenue: $216,909,830
Production Companies : Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2017-07-23
Status: Released
Run time: 86 min / 1:26
Budget: $50,000,000
Revenue: $216,909,830

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Casts

T.J. Miller
as Gene (voice)
James Corden
as Hi-5 (voice)
Anna Faris
as Jailbreak (voice)
Maya Rudolph
as Smiler (voice)
Steven Wright
as Mel Meh (voice)
Jennifer Coolidge
as Mary Meh (voice)
Jake T. Austin
as Alex (voice)
Christina Aguilera
as Akiko Glitter (voice)
Sofía Vergara
as Flamenco Dancer (voice)
Patrick Stewart
as Poop (voice)
Rob Riggle
as Ice Cream (voice)
Sean Hayes
as Steven (voice)
Tati Gabrielle
as Addie (voice)
Jude Koyaute
as Poop Jr. (voice)
Rachael Ray
as Spam (voice)
Jeffrey Ross
as Internet Troll (voice)
Melissa Sturm
as Angel / Phone Store Employee (voice)
Anthony Leondis
as Laughter / Broom / Pizza (voice)
Sean Giambrone
as Travis (voice)
Timothy Durkin
as Mr. Schnoebelen (voice)
Liam Aiken
as Ronnie Ram Tech (voice)
Wendell Brooks
as Ram Tech Bouncer (voice)
Thom Bishops
as Fist Bump
Kevin Chamberlin
as Gavel (voice)
William Townsend
as Rocket (voice)
Adam Brown
as Flashlight / Trojan Horse (voice)
William J. Caparella
as Alien (voice)
Joe Whyte
as Red Wagon (voice)
Conrad Vernon
as Trojan Horse (voice)
Kate Miller
as Heart Eyes (voice)
Rich Dietl
as Nerd Emoji (voice)
Derek Mio
as Elephant (voice)
Paige Eileen Caparella
as Cat Heart Eyes (voice)
Bob Bergen
as Additional Voices (voice)
Debi Derryberry
as Additional Voices (voice)
Jess Harnell
as Additional Voices (voice)
Phil LaMarr
as Additional Voices (voice)
Laraine Newman
as Additional Voices (voice)
Tara Strong
as Additional Voices (voice)
Fred Tatasciore
as Additional Voices (voice)
E.G. Daily
as Additional Voices (voice)

Crew

Production Michelle Raimo Producer
Editing William J. Caparella Editor
Sound Patrick Doyle Music
Production Mary Hidalgo Casting
Directing Anthony Leondis Director
Writing Anthony Leondis Writer
Production Theresa Bentz Associate Producer
Production John Kreidman Co-Producer
Production Ben Waisbren Executive Producer
Art Carlos Zaragoza Production Design
Art Didier Ah-Koon Storyboard Designer
Art Keith Baxter Storyboard Designer
Visual Effects Joey Chou Visual Development
Visual Effects Ernie Rinard Visual Development
Art David Feiss Storyboard Designer
Art Frank Forte Storyboard Designer
Art Jorgen Klubien Storyboard Designer
Art Shawn Palmer Storyboard Designer
Art Lyndon Ruddy Storyboard Designer
Sound Michael J. Broomberg Foley
Editing Will Digby Dialogue Editor
Sound Rick Owens Foley
Sound Randy Singer Foley
Sound Brian Straub Foley
Sound James Shearman Conductor
Visual Effects Andy Bialk Character Designer
Visual Effects Lorena García Romero Modeling
Visual Effects Andrea Matamoros Modeling
Visual Effects Alan Camilo Animation
Visual Effects Mike Feil Animation
Visual Effects Rishi Kaul Animation
Visual Effects Hyesook Kim Animation
Visual Effects Magnolia Ku Lea Animation
Visual Effects Yuri Lementy Animation
Visual Effects Florian Parrot Animation
Visual Effects Ali Pournassari Animation
Visual Effects Philip Rudolph Animation
Visual Effects Carles Salvany Animation
Visual Effects David W.R. Shepstone Animation
Visual Effects Hiroya Sonoda Animation
Visual Effects Shay Stone Animation
Visual Effects Roberto Tifi Animation
Visual Effects John Turello Animation
Visual Effects Gregory Verreault Animation
Visual Effects Michael A. Wilson Animation
Visual Effects Mitch Yager Animation

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  • Critic Reviews for The Emoji Movie All Critics (110) | Top Critics (18) | Fresh (9) | Rotten (101) | DVD (1) The Emoji Movie is not just a critical flop, but also a metaphor for a Hollywood that is struggling to find the line between branding that audiences love and branding that audiences resent.

  • Summary: The Emoji Movie unlocks the never-before-seen secret world inside your smartphone. Hidden within the messaging app is Textopolis, a bustling city where all your favorite emojis live, hoping to be selected by the phone's user.

  • Instead, The Emoji Movie acts like just bringing these points up will be enough, and turns on those ideals without a second thought the moment it needs to start wrapping things up. That’s not to say that The Emoji Movie is an entirely unfunny or necessarily boring experience.

  • The Emoji Movie isn't bad, but it isn't great, either. It's "meh." Kids will definitely enjoy the colorful characters, easy-to-follow story, and potty humor ("we're number two!" the poop emoji and his son exclaim). Young viewers are also sure to catch the movie's positive messages about teamwork, friendship, and being yourself.

  • Alex, voiced by Jake T Austin, in The Emoji Movie. Photograph: Sony Pictures/AP The pervasive falseness extends to the film’s thematic underpinnings, which make a clumsy lunge at vague, be-yourself positivity.

  • There is nothing new under the sun in The Emoji Movie; unoriginal characters and a plot that only makes use of this new communication form to make something banal and superfluous. [Full Review in Spanish]

  • This movie’s “believe in yourself” message is borne out, in a perverse way, by the very fact that it even exists. And yet the whole thing remains nakedly idiotic. To add to the pain and despair of the experience, “The Emoji Movie” is preceded by a short, “Puppy,” featuring the characters from the “Hotel Transylvania” animated movies.

  • Title: The Emoji Movie (2017) 3.1 /10. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Use the HTML below.