Atom User Reviews for Ron's Gone Wrong
sometimes all you need is just one friend.
So good I recommend you see it with the whole family no cap fax no printer copy no paste
Cute, funny movie. The kids loved it. I really wish I could have given it 5 stars! The movie referenced Cocain which has no ace in a kids movie. But great other than that one instance.
This was such a fun watch, even at 29 years old. 5 Stars!! A nice reminder of what really matters. ;)
It was cute
Kind of BORING
The message was interesting.
I felt this helped me try to change! I don't want to be part of the "herd" anymore. I really want to see a better society.
We loved it!
Great story line about friendship and being different. My granddaughters and I loved it! ❤
I didn't expect much from this animated film, but it ended being a quirky comedy that even had me tearing up by the end of it!
Great movie. This movie should give kids and parents a second thought on who "REALLY" owns our mobile devices. Also should give us all a pause on how much data and info companies and governments are collecting on us on our devices.
Love this movie and my little one too
ME AND MY GRANDSON LOVED IT HE WAS LAUGHING
Awesome movie, super funny. You will definitely have a great time
this movie is really hilarious. would recommend for both kids and adults
Fun for kids. Similar to big hero 6. Kinda like Short Circuit and ET
My son loved the movie.
Peter Baynham, best-known for Borat and Alan Partridge, co-wrote this script, which offers just the right of blend of madcap farce and piercingly precise gags about social media.
Ron’s Gone Wrong offers partially realized messaging about social media while populating the story with elementary sight gags, too many overused “fish out of water” tropes, and attractive merchandise options.
Ron’s Gone Wrong has enough ideas about our current relationship with technology and social media to bring about important conversations between parents and teens that are more than just “phones are bad,” while delivering a charming and at times laugh-out-loud funny story about a boy and his robot computer friend.