Cruella

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A live-action prequel feature film following a young Cruella de Vil.

Cast

  • Emma Stone
  • Emma Thompson
  • Joel Fry
  • Paul Walter Hauser
  • Emily Beecham
  • Kirby Howell-Baptiste
  • Mark Strong
  • Jamie Demetriou
  • John McCrea

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I knew the movie was going to be good, but never did I expect it to be THAT good. Every second of the movie is intriguing. Both Emma’s embodied their characters so perfectly! Overall, this movie is a must!!

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Brenda M
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#mustsee
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I loved "Cruella". I knew in advance I would like it because of Emma Stone and Emma Thompson, but the movie plot is well thought from start to ending... all main and support characters (including "Wink"!) do a great job in the movie that also has an amazing soundtrack! Emma Stone is absolutely awesome and delivers in every moment of the movie! Hopefully it will be seen and liked by many people!

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Alejandro M

Metacritic

70
May 26, 2021

What Cruella lacks in script, however, it makes up for in sheer visual punch, with costume designer Jenny Beavan’s exquisitely detailed gowns especially enriching the angsty, sinister universe the film conjures.

Metacritic review by Lovia Gyarkye
Lovia Gyarkye
The Hollywood Reporter
60
May 26, 2021

All in all, Cruella is much better than it needs to be, and is hampered primarily by the fact that it’s a Disney movie, both in the sense that it has to heel to its animated and live-action predecessors, and in that making its main character a genuine antihero isn’t an option.

Metacritic review by Karen Han
Karen Han
Slate
50
May 26, 2021

While there’s energy and edge to the picture, Cruella feels stitched together from different influences in order to justify a rather blatant attempt to renew interest in a moribund property.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily