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The Super Mario Bros. Movie

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A plumber named Mario travels through an underground labyrinth with his brother, Luigi, trying to save a captured princess. Feature film adaptation of the popular video game.

Cast

  • Chris Pratt
  • Anya Taylor-Joy
  • Charlie Day
  • Jack Black
  • Keegan-Michael Key
  • Seth Rogen
  • Fred Armisen
  • Kevin Michael Richardson
  • Sebastian Maniscalco
  • Juliet Jelenic

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Loved the movie. Lots of nostalgia moments and now I’m going home to play Mario Cart.

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M'Baku J
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Browsers a simp!!! The Peaches song is creepy

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Doris Kara B

Metacritic

20
Apr 10, 2023

The Super Mario Bros Movie is a frantic Easter egg hunt of a film that does the bare minimum to please its loyal existing fanbase. Those less enthralled by the antics of the moustachioed Italian plumber will wonder which of Donkey Kong’s weaponised barrels this joyless, noisy mess was scraped from.

Wendy Ide
The Observer (UK)
40
Apr 6, 2023

Since the 1980s, Nintendo has built its reputation on gleeful, ingenious entertainment that delights in design. Conversely, The Super Mario Bros. Movie is empty-calorie, time-filling amusement for the school holidays. In other words, a licence to print money.

Michael Leader
Little White Lies
40
Apr 6, 2023

As The Super Mario Bros. Movie progresses, it’s hobbled by a perfunctory plot and some lazy creative choices.

Nick Levine
NME