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Moral of the Movie - Review

The Emoji Movie (2017)

Animated/Comedy, Directed by Tony Leondis | Rating: Soulmates | Published: Sept. 2, 2022, noon


The power of pure cinema is remarkable and this film shows the full range of its potential. Emojis are the best form of communication for expressing the emotions that we all feel on a daily basis.


Anyone and everyone! There is absolutely no way that you will not enjoy this movie’s super witty comedy, pitch-perfect dialogue, and entirely original plot.


HAPPY APRIL FOOL’S DAY! I hope you got a kick out of this as much as I did. The Emoji Movie (2017) is universally regarded as one of the worst movies in recent times with some stiff competition by other bad movies such as Jack & Jill (2011), Pixels (2015), and Movie 43 (2013) among others, so I thought it’d be funny to give it a “Soulmates” rating (highest possible rating) in the name of April Fool’s Day 2021. Having said that, I wouldn’t ever want to disparage anyone’s movie taste. If you are one of the few that liked the Emoji Movie (2017), then embrace it. Just know that you’re in the minority, but there’s nothing wrong with that. That’s what I consider to be one of the most incredible aspects of cinema: no matter how well-regarded or not so well-regarded a movie is, there will always be at least one person who liked or disliked it. This is mainly due to the fact that we all come from different walks of life, so it’s inevitable that there will be some movies that appeal to us in a way that they wouldn’t to others as much and vice-versa. That’s perfectly fine. This movie review blog isn’t meant to review films in a black-and-white manner. On the contrary, all of these reviews are completely subjective because nothing in cinema is objective. As such, feel free to agree, disagree, or qualify whatever you see in these reviews, especially with the morals that I highlight. Movies are often open to interpretation, so please let me know if you got a different moral from one of the movies that I review. It’s always nice to see different perspectives.

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