Atom User Reviews for The Addams Family
I expected more
I literally fell asleep.
They had a ton of material from the old show and movies they could of used. But instead they choose such a generic storyline, really disappointed with this.
Great movie enjoyed watching it and good animations but could be better if you liked Adam's family it adds a little twist witch is fun to watch I think
Kinda just wasn’t a huge fan of this movie. Few laughs here and there. But overall just felt kind of like a cash grab.
A really cute movie with a good storyline and message
Ok, storyline. Animation good, was entertaining, but not my favorite.
I enjoyed the movie because I have been watching the original as a kid. The animation was awesome and so was the storyline and message. For those who have never seen the original, they nailed the characters !
It had it's funny moments but not enough to keep me awake. I was continously falling asleep.
T-Mobile Tuesday deal but this movie has teachable moments 4 kids. I loved how the father who seat next to me was teaching his son parts of the movies (like when the girl was being bullied @ school & when the lady was sending out sending out fake messages 2 people about the Addams Family the father told his son she is starting rumors. I enjoyed the movie.
Has a great message behind it
Not very funny
Would have given more stars but Charlize Theron as Morticia trying to put on this weird voice was throwing me off. I love Charlize Theron I just think she was the wrong choice for the role.
It was awesome!
very different from the show
Never satisfyingly kooky, spooky or ooky, the new animated Addams Family film transports Charles Addams’ lovably macabre clan into the 21st century, resulting in an undistinguished children’s comedy full of dull pop-culture referencing and half-hearted commentary about the importance of inclusiveness.
A movie so bland and forgettable it hardly merits a groan from the Frankenstein-like butler called Lurch, The Addams Family strongly suggests that directors Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon deserve little credit for 2016's Sausage Party, the hit they directed for writers/producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.