Emoji – Der Film. 1 Std. 27 faceyoutub.comödien. In Textopolis wird von Emojis erwartet, dass sie nur ein Gefühl ausdrücken. Da sind die zahlreichen Gefühle. Emoji – Der Film. USA (The Emoji Movie). Jetzt ansehen. Animation/Abenteuer/Komödie (86 Min.). Emoji - Der Film. (The Emoji Movie)USA,
Emoji - Der FilmEmoji - Der Film ein Film von Tony Leondis, deutsche stimmen: Tim Oliver Schultz, Christoph Maria Herbst. Inhaltsangabe: Die Emojis leben alle in einer kleinen. Emoji - Der Film. (The Emoji Movie)USA, Drei Emojis machen sich auf eine abenteuerliche Reise durch ein Handy. Täglich hoffen sie darauf, von den Menschen für Nachrichten ausgewählt zu werden. Doch ihre Welt ist in Gefahr. Sie wollen sie davor retten, gelöscht zu werden.
Emoji The Movie Navigationsmenü VideoEverything Wrong With The Emoji Movie THE EMOJIE MOVIE enthüllt etwas, das noch nie zuvor zu sehen war: Die geheime Welt in einem Smartphone. Versteckt in der Messaging-App liegt Textopolis, eine geschäftige Stadt, in der alle Emojis wohnen und darauf hoffen, vom Besitzer des Telefons ausgewählt zu werden.
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The Verge. Vox Media. Hidden inside a smartphone, the bustling city of Textopolis is home to all emojis. Each emoji has only one facial expression, except for Gene, an exuberant emoji with multiple expressions.
Determined to become "normal" like the other emojis, Gene enlists the help of his best friend Hi-5 and a notorious code breaker called Jailbreak. During their travels through the other apps, the three emojis discover a great danger that could threaten their phone's very existence.
Anthony Leondis. Michelle Raimo. Anthony Leondis , Eric Siegel , Mike White. Sep 24, Sony Pictures Animation.
DTS, Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos. Miller Gene Voice. James Corden Hi-5 Voice. Anna Faris Jailbreak Voice.
Maya Rudolph Smiler Voice. Steven Wright Mel Meh Voice. Jennifer Coolidge Mary Meh Voice. Patrick Stewart Poop Voice. Christina Aguilera Akiko Glitter Voice.
Rachael Ray Spam Voice. Anthony Leondis Director. Anthony Leondis Screenwriter. Eric Siegel Screenwriter. Mike White Screenwriter.
Michelle Raimo Producer. Ben Waisbren Executive Producer. William J. Caparella Film Editor. Patrick Doyle Original Music. Carlos Zaragoza Production Design.
Ryan Carlson Art Director. Vote for The Razzie Nominee So Rotten You Loved It. August 4, Full Review…. September 7, Rating:. May 12, Full Review….
October 10, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jul 12, Look, I'm not saying the movie was bad because it's a movie based around Emojis, that's one of it's major problems, but at the same time one of the least you should be worrying about.
Yeah, it'll make sense. I can give movies with unusual ideas a go, and that's if I'm even interested in watching it. If they could manage to turn something as plotless as Legos into one of the best animated films of its year, as well as whole, then, hey, why not give it a go with other products that have no real story behind them?
Well, it seems that they attempted that with The Emoji movie and Patrick Stewart-ed all over it. First and foremost is the entire idea of it trying to appear hip, trendy, and every typical crap you'd expect a movie desperate to appeal to smart phone users.
Now we move onto story and plot THIS is the movie's BIGGEST problem. The story and plot behind this are cringe and painfully unoriginal. The movie doesn't even try to use its "be who you truly are" narrative and try something more Hell even garbage like Cars managed to try something "fresh" with it's fish out of water and Doc Hollywood rip off storyline and I'm only saying Cars is better than the Emoji movie when compared, because a good movie it's not anyway.
No, you get exactly what you'd expect with a movie using that storyline. The lead character is different, causing it to backfire, they are trying to force him to be like everyone else eg.
That's as easy as I can make it for you, and you can pretty much guess how it goes from there. The different guy meets another person who's also unusually different, they try to fix his problem, and it turns out at the end he really shouldn't have to conform to what society thinks.
Why be the same schtick when you can stand out? There was so much potential for this movie to also explore commentary on social media and the users, but they drop it immediately because the movie would rather focus on product placement than anything else yeah, trust me when I say they literally make a huge emphasis on selling Candy Crush, Facebook, and Youtube Cat videos than selling a good story.
One conversation is how the phone user has so many friends and why he's so popular, and the High-Five emoji states how they're not real friends, but people who just like him.
We don't get past that, because they'd rather go on to yap about Spotify and other unoriginal crap. The people behind this couldn't even be bothered to take advantage of the social media apps to explore the kid and give us some more depth into him.
Then, we have my PERSONAL favorite complaint, and it's the lack of LOGIC behind it. I don't care that the emojis live in a world of their own, that they communicate, etc.
To Hell with that. What bothers me is how it doesn't even seem to realize how absurd its setup of the Emoji world is. Apparently, Textopolis isn't a city that every phone out there is universally connected to.
No, EACH PHONE has their own Textopolis. This brings up many questions and concerns. The Emojis don't want to be deleted because of the mayhem Gene's stupidity has caused on the phone another point I'll bring up momentarily , but yet if thought about logically, what happens when people upgrade to new phones?
People get new phones every year and data is lost, therefore the entire idea of an individual, conscious Textopolis in every phone makes no sense, because the horrifying fact is that those emojis are going to be wiped out once people get a new phones.
It would just have been a REALISTIC approach if Textopolis had been a world of its own within a branch of the Internet, not just one different city in each phone.
The other logical fault to this is how only the "main" human seems to be suffering from phone troubles thanks to Gene. You can't expect me or anyone else to believe that this hasn't happened before in SEVERAL OTHER phones.
Which actually leads me to the kid's phone glitching. Der Film startete am 3. August in den deutschen Kinos.
Das Emoji Gene lebt in Textopolis , einer digitalen Stadt im Smartphone seines Benutzers Alex. Obwohl er der Sohn zweier Meh-Emojis ist, hat er die Fähigkeit, verschiedene Gesichtsausdrücke anzunehmen.
Das liegt daran, dass er, im Gegensatz zu den anderen Emojis, ohne Filter geboren wurde. Seine Eltern Mary und Mel versuchen ihn daher von der Arbeit fernzuhalten, Gene besteht jedoch darauf.
Nachdem Alex eine Nachricht von seinem Schwarm Addie erhält, entscheidet er sich dazu, ein Emoji zurückzuschicken. Als Gene bemerkt, dass er ausgewählt werden soll, verfällt er in Panik und macht einen verwirrenden Gesichtsausdruck.
Das Textcenter gerät daraufhin in Aufruhr und Gene wird ins Büro von Smiler , der Systemadministratorin des Textcenters, gebeten.
Dort wird er als Fehlfunktion eingestuft und muss demnach gelöscht werden. Hi-5 ist davon überzeugt, dass Gene mit Hilfe eines Hackers repariert werden kann.
Smiler schickt indessen weitere Bots auf den Weg, Gene zu finden, als sie erfährt, dass Alex aufgrund der Vorfälle plant, sein Smartphone reparieren zu lassen.
Gene und Hi-5 erreichen eine Piraterie - App , wo sie das Hacker-Emoji Jailbreak antreffen. Gene voice James Corden Hi-5 voice Anna Faris Jailbreak voice Maya Rudolph Smiler voice Steven Wright Mel Meh voice Jennifer Coolidge Mary Meh voice Patrick Stewart Poop voice as Sir Patrick Stewart Christina Aguilera Flamenca voice Rachael Ray Spam voice Sean Hayes Alex voice Tati Gabrielle Addie voice Jude Kouyate Poop Jr.
Edit Storyline This movie unlocks the never-before-seen secret world inside your smartphone. Edit Did You Know? Trivia When Hi-5 takes Gene to the Loser Lounge, he tells him it's for the emojis that never get used.
The eggplant emoji would most likely not be in the Loser Lounge if the phone belonged to an adult based on its popularity representing genitalia.
Goofs The Hammer emoji appears as a judge's gavel in some scenes. It looks like Apple's original graphic for the iPhone, which changed with iOS6 in Quotes [ first lines ] Gene : [ narrating ] The world we live in.
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Mehr erfahren. Naja, DER schlechteste Film ist es jetzt nicht. Die Story ist eigentlich ganz niedlich, gegebenenfalls normaler Standard.
Schlimm sind nur diese extrem platten Witze, sei es der Haufen Witz oder ein weiterer Handwitz. Man kann über KEINEN der gebotenen Witze lachen!
Nicht mal bei einem.