Atom User Reviews for Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
Concession service was terrible. Not Atoms fault but thought you should know how the theatre was representing your service.
great for kids, better for stoners
Was an amazing Family Film!
Great for little kids :)
only for children and parent's to sleep while they enjoying their self
Great Family Fun! I thought It was a really great animation film!
great movie. my kid loved it. very funny
My 8 year old cried from laughing. Great kids movie
Great movie not just for kids either
Perfect to spend some time with your kids...
Good for all ages!!
The kids loved it and I enjoyed it too!
kids loved it...mom, not so much
We all loved it! Great family movie!
great to fall asleep
My son liked it. It was cute. Def not my fav
It just wasnt very good...
My kids loved it!
Nice animation but I got bored.
not the greatest
I was reliving my childhood
My 8 year old boy LOVED this, and my 6 year old boy liked it a lot. It's chockablock full of potty humor, which my kids love. It celebrates friendship and the value of laughter which I appreciated. The kids in the cinema cheered st the end of the movie. While subtle and likely not picked up by kids, the movie overtly calls attention to how little teachers are paid and valued in our society. That was a drag to hear called out.
Good for kids but I found it silly
GREAT MOVIE. LOVED IT. BUT DID HAVE A SLOW PERIOD IN THE MIDDLE OF MOVIE. BUT ALREADY WAITING FOR TJE SEQUEL
My son (9) gave it 5 stars, my daughter (5) gave it 3 stars. Most kid movies I love, this for me was bleh. like half baked cake
my 4 year old loved it
my kids loved it. but being a capton underpants Fam from when I was a kid. movie wasn't wat I expected. I expected more but it's just the first movie made
It was fun watching it and it was also funny at the same time but I had a lot of fun
if you're a fan a dumb humor, it's a must see
Movie was horrible
was a brief movie
we rooted for edith since we saw her i hope to see her in part 2 please
My little brothers loved it
Captain Underpants’ plethora of animation styles (including a wonderful sock puppet sequence) separates the film into imaginative sublayers, keeping it from feeling like the one-joke wonder that it often edges towards.
In the absence of a sturdier storyline and more dimensional characters, the manic, rapid-fire delivery, while yielding some well-deserved laughs, proves more exhausting than inspired.
Thanks to a top-notch screenplay by Nicholas Stoller, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie manages to be both a faithful adaptation of Dav Pilkey’s source material and a fun-filled animated adventure suitable for all ages.