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  • Trailer for The Emoji Movie
  • Teaser Trailer for The EMOJI Movie

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Gene, a multi-expressional emoji, sets out on a journey to become a normal emoji.

Cast

  • T.J. Miller
  • James Corden
  • Anna Faris
  • Maya Rudolph
  • Steven Wright
  • Jennifer Coolidge
  • Patrick Stewart
  • Christina Aguilera
  • Sofía Vergara
  • Rachael Ray

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • The official artwork of the main trio bears a strong resemblance to the final poster for Free Birds (2013).
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Goofs

  • While most of the emojis in the film are part of the set standardized by Unicode, Toaster, Broom and Disco Ball were not as of mid-2017. The Fortune Cookie and Takeout Box emojis were officially added to the Unicode Standard in June 2017, a month before the movie came out, so they would not have been on phones during filming.
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Quotes

    • Smiler: Nobody leaves the phone! Delete them!
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Knew it would be bad but even the 10 year old who dragged me to it was not impressed. Lazy film making at its finest.

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its was ok

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Metacritic

30
Jul 27, 2017

If not always imaginative or digestible, the look of the settings and characters should keep kids awake for 86 minutes; and if the trick that eventually saves the day makes very little sense to critical moviegoers, at least it's cutely frantic eye candy.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
10
Jul 27, 2017

A film as mindless and disposable as most smartphone apps — and nowhere near as addictive — Sony’s animated The Emoji Movie is a calamitous comedy that inadvertently shows how difficult it is to pull off the witty, imaginative world-building that Pixar makes seem so breezy.

Metacritic review by Tim Grierson
Tim Grierson
Screen International
10
Jul 27, 2017

There are plenty of words that can describe The Emoji Movie. Here are a few of them: Unfunny. Saccharine. Nonsensical. Painful. And, of course, crappy. (If you prefer the poop emoji, that works too.)

Metacritic review by Matt Singer
Matt Singer
ScreenCrush