Mr. Link recruits explorer Sir Lionel Frost to help find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, this trio of explorers travel the world to help their new friend.
The eccentrically macabre family moves to a bland suburb where Wednesday Addams' friendship with the daughter of a hostile and conformist local reality show host exacerbates conflict between the families.
Chloë Grace Moretz
Convinced they'd be better off raising themselves, the Willoughby children hatch a sneaky plan to send their selfish parents on vacation. The siblings then embark on their own high-flying adventure to find the true meaning of family.
The free-spirited UglyDolls confront what it means to be different, struggle with their desire to be loved, and ultimately discover that you don't have to be perfect to be amazing because who you truly are is what matters most.Written by
STX Entertainment's first film for their "family and animation" division, although it's the second to release it. See more »
When Mandy turns around to walk out the door, she bumps into the wall and drops her glasses. After she gets her glasses back, she bumps into the same wall again. She can still see the wall even without her glasses on, even though she has blurry vision. So it's very likely she was distracted and wasn't being careful or paying attention to where she was walking to, even though she would feel the door. See more »
[Scans a female doll]
Your name is Meghan. You're a lawyer/model.
Objection, your honor!
[Scans a male doll]
Your name is Michael. You're an engineer/model.
I'm an individual! Exactly like the rest of you.
[Scans Moxy, buzzer goes off]
You are not a model. Data does not compute.
I... I-I... I... tell my family I love her!...
[the scanner falls and breaks; all the dolls turn toward Moxy; Wage points at her and the dolls scream]
Ah, must be a customary greeting here.
[screams at a female doll]
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The beginning of the end Credits shows the main characters (except for Wedgehead (Emma Roberts) and Lou (Nick Jonas)) with their kids. See more »
I don't know how "UglyDolls" made it to theaters instead of just dropping on Netflix, but then again, I'm not in marketing. What unfolds is ninety minutes of bright colors, lots of noise and tired gags. And it's a long ninety minutes.
But the kids in my theater (my 9 year-old included) really liked it. My daughter enjoyed herself, even being moved at one point. And Kelly Clarkson is impressive in her own right.
Best I can offer is actually wait til it's on Netflix, then the ticket price won't sting. But it's harmless.
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