I challenge you to think about this film not as a simple remake of a classic Disney movie, but as a form of art. Yes, inevitably the CGI versions of the animals do not invoke strong emotional ties, but the imagery created by the computer is amazing!! The CGI is incredibly well done and the interactions between the animals appears to be so natural, as if this all could have actually taken place. And the imagination that the concept artists and voice over actors had to utilize in order to perform their work is also a tribute to their skill. Overall, this film is a work of art for reasons entirely different than its animated sibling and should be appreciated as such.
This movie was hilarious and a great way to spend a few hours relaxing. If you are looking for a movie that is intriguing, fun, and all around hilarious then this is for you! The film features good acting, funny jokes, forbidden romance, and best of all a murder mystery. It is like Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" with a comedic twist. This is definitely a must see.
This movie was fun, entertaining, and even had a moderately interesting plot. It does not feature Ash and our other Pokémon friends, but instead brings us a new narrative about Pokémon. My favorite part about the film, however, was the CGI depiction of the breeds of Pokémon and the personalities each were given. I was anticipating that it would be difficult to bring these creatures to life when the audience is so used to a cartoon depiction. But it did not disappoint!
I found this movie to be more engaging and relatable than the original. The distinct personality traits of the individual creatures come across throughout the film, and I frequently found myself thinking "wow that is so accurate, my cat acts just like that!"
As a full grown woman, I enjoyed this film much more than I ought to have!!