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Playmobil: The Movie (2019)

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Animated feature film inspired by the Playmobil brand toys.


Lino DiSalvo


Michael LaBash (story consultant), Lino DiSalvo (story by) | 3 more credits »
4,748 ( 179)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Anya Taylor-Joy ... Marla Brenner
Jim Gaffigan ... Del (voice)
Gabriel Bateman ... Charlie Brenner
Adam Lambert ... Emperor Maximus (voice)
Kenan Thompson ... Bloodbones (voice)
Meghan Trainor ... Fairy Godmother (voice)
Daniel Radcliffe ... Rex Dasher (voice)
Paloma Rodriguez ... Valera (voice) (as Paloma M. Rodriguez)
Maddie Taylor Maddie Taylor ... Glinara (voice)
Lino DiSalvo ... Robotitron (voice)
Ryan S. Hill ... 6-Year-Old Charlie Brenner (as Ryan Hill)
Mariah Inger ... Police Officer 1
Annakin Slayd Annakin Slayd ... Police Officer 2
Harry Standjofski ... Security Guard
Dino Andrade ... Scurvy Pete (voice)


When her younger brother Charlie unexpectedly disappears into the magical, animated universe of PLAYMOBIL®, unprepared Marla must go on a quest of a lifetime to bring him home. As she sets off on a fantastic journey across stunning new worlds, Marla teams up with some unlikely and heroic new friends - the smooth-talking food truck driver Del, the dashing and charismatic secret agent Rex Dasher, a wholehearted misfit robot, an extravagant fairy-godmother and many more. Through their vibrant adventure, Marla and Charlie realize that no matter how life plays out, you can achieve anything when you believe in yourself.

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Actual size of epic adventure not shown here. See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for action/peril and some language | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Did You Know?


Marla's passport has an issuance date of June 14, 2015 and lists her date of birth as July 11, 1996. In the opening scene, she sings that she's 18-years-old. This means that the opening scene takes place between June 14th and July 11th, 2015 during Marla's last month of being 18-years-old. The rest of the movie takes place "four years later", with the banner outside the toy fair specifically dating it as June 7-9, 2019. See more »

Crazy Credits

In a mid-credits, a security guard finds Maximus in his cage and places his on Mount Olympus. The scene ends with the sound of Maximus' laughter. See more »

Alternate Versions

The North American printing adds the 2019 MPA logo to the end credits. See more »


References Goldfinger (1964) See more »


So Much World (Remix)
Written by Anne Preven, Heitor Pereira, and Stephan Moccio
Performed by Caitlin Notey
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User Reviews

To the critics: Yes, we know it's not the Lego movie, thank you.
19 August 2019 | by orsduSee all my reviews

If you read the reviews, you could get the impression that the main flaw of the Playmobil movie is the fact that it's not the Lego movies. Yes, thank you, we know that.

This movie does NOT try to be a clone of the Lego movies. Strangely, most reviews I have read seem to have a problem with that. The Playmobil movie is not full of meta jokes or references to other movies. The movie does not make fun of the quirks of old Playmobil sets. It's not self-aware. The characters don't know that they are toys. The fairy godmother behaves exactly like a fairy godmother; she's not behaving oddly or making sarcastic jokes. If you are expecting all those things, you are simply in the wrong movie.

The Playmobil movie is exclusively targeting children, not adolescents or adults. From this point of view, it's a solid movie. The 3D animation looks a bit outdated but it brings very well the look and feel of the Playmobil toys to the big screen. The story is okay but I think it would have been better to spend more time on the characters instead of rushing through the different sceneries. There are locations that don't contribute anything to the story (e.g. the scene with the lava and the dinosaurs on the road), while potentially interesting characters like the fairy only have a short appearance. But again, that's me as an adult overanalyzing a children movie. Children will probably enjoy to see all their favourite Playmobil themes.

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Release Date:

6 December 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Playmobil: The Movie See more »

Filming Locations:

Montreal, Quebec, Canada


Box Office


EUR63,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$656,530, 8 December 2019

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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