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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
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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.
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Follow Moxie and her friends as they discover who's opinions matter and what it really means to be beautiful. Parents should know that it's an entertaining movie- but the messages, especially those about body images, need to be discussed outside of the theater. The previews were hysterical and the message had amazing potential. But instead of leaving the theater feeling happy and humming new tunes, I felt like I had just watched a really good hour long toy commercial. One that made me tear up and laugh a little- but a commercial- not a great story I was invested in. And as a teacher I'm inwardly groaning about some kids using 'ugly' as a 'kind' word now. There were lots of positive messages to discuss though. To read our rundown of the positive and negative messages and discussion questions for after the movie- check out our family blog at Down The Hobbit Hole Blog dot com. Is it worth seeing? Yeah, it was cute. But unless your kids reallllly want to see this in the theater- we would save watching it for it's streaming release.
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