Comedy / Drama / Family / Musical

IMDb Rating 5.3 10 30,957


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April 16, 2019



Cameron Diaz as Norma Lewis
Mila Kunis as Cindy
Rose Byrne as Sonja Stilano
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867.28 MB
23.976 fps
118 min
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1.84 GB
23.976 fps
118 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by foghorn_clj 1 / 10 / 10

Just plain awful

Seriously it's just bad. How bad you may ask? To paraphrase a quote from Will & Grace, "Mariah-Carey-in-Glitter" bad. This movie is just so awful there is literally nothing good about it. Jamie Foxx's Will Stacks is so unlikeable you find yourself wishing he did get hit and killed by the truck at the beginning. Rose Byrne is grossly underutilised and given horribly vapid dialogue that even she can't make work. Cameron Diaz's performance as an abusive, drunk foster mum began ok and then she opened her mouth to sing and my ears started to bleed. As for newcomer Quvenzhane Wallis (P.S. Your parents should be shot for giving you that first name) seems to have been picked only because she's African American with a fro and a gap between her two front teeth. There really is no acting, singing or dancing talent here. The dialogue is pedestrian and for some reason everyone is speaking at 3x the normal speech rate so it's ridiculously hard to keep up with what's happening. And this is probably the biggest problem with this movie. It's moving so fast there's no time for character development or an emotions whatsoever. AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE.

Reviewed by healthy-5 4 / 10 / 10

A lovely family film

The original is a great film, but I found this as good if not, better than that. It obviously brings it bang up to date. The tunes are fabulous and catchy, the film is fun and the actors and fun and convincing too. Simply put, what's not to like?

Reviewed by Clifton Johnson 4 / 10 / 10

I wanted to like it...honest

I really wanted to like this movie, partly because of nostalgia and partly because of the actors' charms. But it was not good. There were far too many awkward and obvious moments between those poorly dubbed musical numbers with loud drum machines. They somehow managed to make this story even more cliche...which is pretty darn impressive. I loved my Annie; my kids will love this Annie. Me? I pass.

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