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
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 »
I sat down to watch the 2019 animated movie "UglyDolls" with my nine year old son, as he had been wanting to see it for some time.
Now, usually I do like animated movie, but "UglyDolls" just never caught on with me. The storyline was just too bland and unimaginative, and the entire character gallery was just rubbish.
I will say that the animation itself and the CGI was quite good, so the movie does harvest some points there. And it also scores some points for some good voice acting. But the rest of the movie was just less than mediocre.
Even my nine year old son, whom had really been looking forward to watching this animated movie, wasn't particularly thrilled or entertained by the outcome of the movie. It was just not outstanding and it lacked comedy elements to spice it up.
Furthermore, there was just way too much singing in this animated movie for my liking. It felt like you were sitting through another Disney animation.
All in all, "UglyDolls" is a less than mediocre animated movie. However, I am sure that it will find a home with the younger audience perhaps around 6 years old or so.
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