Gene, a multi-expressional emoji, sets out on a journey to become a normal emoji. The Emoji Movie is the worst movie I have ever seen in my hopefully short life. The funniest thing about this “jam packed comedy” was the fact that I was that nobody in the whole audience was laughing.
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When his star recruit botches a Major League Baseball debut, humiliated talent scout Al Percolo (Albert Brooks) gets banished to rural Mexico, where he finds a potential gold mine in the arm of young phenom Steve Nebraska (Brendan Fraser). Soon, the Bronx Bombers put a $55 million contract on the table — provided a psychiatrist (Dianne Wiest) can affirm Nebraska’s mental stability. Watch for Yankees owner George Steinbrenner’s cameo.
McDull has no black mask or red underwear, and certainly not supernatural powers. One day, an outerspace monster invades the Earth and makes mincemeat of the superhero sent to meet him. Now the responsibility of saving the Earth falls squarely on the shoulders of Mcdull and Risopot. Can they really save our planet? And the outerspace monster, why does he time and again invade the Earth?
It’s a movie for everyone whose life has been thrown off-course, out of whack, or simply not turned out the way they planned it. In other words, it’s a movie for everyone, period. Set in suburban Long Island in the summer of 2002, with the psychic wounds of 9/11 still fresh, A Little Help is a story that takes a comic, searching and profoundly empathetic look at a few pivotal months in the life of dental hygienist Laura Pehlke (Jenna Fischer)-an ordinary woman whose life suddenly flies off the rails-and her heroic efforts to re-establish a sense of security and normalcy for herself and her son.
Inventor Flint Lockwood creates a machine that makes clouds rain food, enabling the down-and-out citizens of Chewandswallow to feed themselves. But when the falling food reaches gargantuan proportions, Flint must scramble to avert disaster. Can he regain control of the machine and put an end to the wild weather before the town is destroyed?
When new kid in town Ed Wallis is given an assignment to interview an older person, he turns to his mysterious neighbor, Ashby Holt for help. That new connection leads to unexpected journeys for both of them, as Ashby – who turns out to be a retired CIA assassin – deals with a terminal prognosis, and Ed deals with adjusting to life with his newly single mom and developing relationship with a brainy classmate, Eloise.