The Addams Family

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  • Teaser 1

Movie Info & Cast


The perfectly ghoulish family created by cartoonist Charles Addams is brought back to life in a new CG-animated feature that stays true to the comically morbid characters. Oscar Isaac and Charlize Theron voice Gomez and Morticia Addams, whose family is threatened by the attention of a greedy reality TV host (Allison Janney).

But can anyone really threaten the Addams family? You don’t want to tangle with the grimly gleeful Wednesday Addams (Chloë Grace Moretz) or her brother Pugsley (Finn Wolfhard), much less the resourceful Uncle Fester (Nick Kroll).


  • Oscar Isaac
  • Charlize Theron
  • Chloë Grace Moretz
  • Finn Wolfhard
  • Nick Kroll
  • Snoop Dogg
  • Bette Midler
  • Allison Janney
  • Martin Short
  • Catherine O'Hara

Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

This was a cute movie with lots of Easter eggs to the older Addams family iterations but seemed to be missing something, especially story wise. Nostalgia carried a lot of the film and I don’t think people unfamiliar with the brand would get most of the jokes, as it was mostly just the adults in the theatre that were laughing. Most kids today are not used to the dark humour that is the basis of the Addams family, but it’s still worth a watch and it’s a nice family friendly Halloween movie.

Hannah H
Verified Review

best non violent movie with sub content showing importance of family acceptance

Christopher A


Oct 10, 2019

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.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily
Oct 10, 2019

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.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter