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
Wage is the fifth character for Wanda Sykes to voice in an animated film, after Stella the Skunk from Over the Hedge (2006), Bessy the Cow from Barnyard (2006), Chloe the Canadian Goose from Rio (2011), and Sid the Sloth's grandmother from the last two Ice Age films. See more »
There are no glass windows in Uglyville. For example, a unicorn goes through Moxy's window around 2:00. There is an error around 11:16 where a shrimp can be seen cleaning the window of Wage's home with sound effects of squeaky glass. Wage jumps through the window, then the shrimp continues cleaning the glass with more sound effects. See more »
[after Lou fails the gauntlet challenge, Lou laughs]
Well, I guess the cat's out of the bag.
How could you fail?
You still don't get it. Of course I failed, I will always fail. I'M A PROTOTYPE!
Prototype's like a good thing, right?
No, he ain't a real doll girl?
You thought, I stook around this place, because I cared so about you mindless sycophants?
Sycophants's like a good thing, right?
Ugh no, you imbecile!
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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 »
This movie, while admittedly not perfect, has an amazing lesson and is very inspiring to young kids. It has talks about very relevant topics with kids going into their middle school years and trying to learn who they are and how to accept themselves. It's very fun, not too serious, and deserves a much higher rating.
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