Playmobil: The Movie (2019) - Animation, Adventure, Comedy

Hohum Score

12

Watchable

Animated feature film inspired by the Playmobil brand toys.

IMDB: 4.5
Director: Lino DiSalvo
Stars: Anya Taylor-Joy, Gabriel Bateman
Length: 99 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 5 out of 47 found boring (10.63%)

One-line Reviews (28)

About as bland and boring as getting Playmobil toys when you really wanted Legos.

A brother and sister get sucked into the world of Playmobil playsets and when little brother gets kidnapped big sis teams up with a food truck dude and super secret spy Rex dasher (who was really entertaining) to save her brother.

There are a few musician numbers that are forgettable and awful, except "Give The People What They Want" that was alright, but not enough, Heitor Pereira's score is beautiful and "Run Like the River" by Meghan Trainor is quite good, but it doesn't stand out at all really, just by the numbers, bland and very basic songs.

Mixed thoughts, I found a few scenes funny, and it's got well done animation and live action but it's just a dull rip off of the Lego Movie so nothing original

At least most of the jokes in 'Playmobil: The Movie' are enough thought through to make this enjoyable for both kids and their parents.

I actually found it entertaining.

The film is very formulaic and essentially one big advert for playmobil.

I asked my daughters 12, 9 and son 5 what they thought after the cinema and they really enjoyed it.

Sadly, the fact that the film struggles to find balance in the presentation to the audience with its predictable, G rate film is going to be the biggest obstacle to see this movie.

Sure, the songs don't hold up with Disney songs, but overall the movie was fun, entertaining and very well made.

It's a really good movie and as usual many educate matters you can find at Playmobil, Good animation, happy entertaining, and fun story.

Very enjoyable.

Movie: Playmobil: The Movie (2019)Director: Lino DiSalvo Writers: Blaise Hemingway (screenplay by), Greg Erb (screenplay by) Stars: Anya Taylor-Joy, Gabriel Bateman, Jim Gaffigan LIKES:Animation Is Decent Cute Heartwarming Story Short Run Time Fun MusicDISLIKES:Acting Is Mixed Predictable and Linear Jokes Sort Of Forced Into The Movie Action Is Rather Dull Music Numbers Are Sometime forced Lame Villain For Me Not As Well BalancedSUMMARY:Like many animated movies, Playmobil is very nicely designed to bring the family fun atmosphere to the forefront of the show.

So there is a lot to take in, and I believe that fact alone actually makes this movie well worth watching a second time.

The Playmobil universe stuff fairs a tiny bit better, but it was still very predictable and basically felt like a very watered down Lego Movie, with almost all of the jokes falling flat.

Why did I even waste my time watching this cash grab of a rip-off?

In all honestly, I was kind of hoping Playmobil: The Movie might have been a decent Animated movie to watch, but sadly it's just a bit of a bore.

Sure the humor is cute, but the movie needed better balance for this reviewer and working on making a more exciting tale that utilized the humor and lessons as a supporting role instead of the central pillar.

Definitely when it opens in the United States literally save your money.

Because of these two factors, alongside the linear telling, just results in a bland adventure that might not be as entertaining to the older crowd, which is a shame given what they can do in these movies.

a basic bland looking animated Playmobil film, many towns and areas feel very similar to the LEGO Movie...

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 (voiced by Jim Gaffigan), the dashing and charismatic secret agent Rex Dasher (voiced by Daniel Radcliffe), a wholehearted misfit robot, an extravagant fairy-godmother (voiced by Meghan Trainor) and many more.

I have no idea what the critics were waiting for, but this is a worth watching movie for all the family.

My champions are Gaffigan and Daniel Radcliffe whose characters are probably the most engaging of the supporting characters and bringing the dynamic cast to a rather one-note movie.

They really enjoyed it.

", he's super forgettable, Del is a annoying comic relief, he does everything a awful comic relief character do, be funny, try and help, think about other things then be serious for a moment, Emperor Maximus can be a tad bit entertaining, but is overall a annoying villain with motives that make no sense at all, the other characters like Bloodbones (Kenan Thompson), Robotitron (Lino DiSalvo), the Fairy-Godmother and other comedic characters are pretty much useless and have very little screen time, the only character that mildly enjoyable is Rex Dasher, he at least has a personality, good comedic timing, charm and in a way cool!

There is a good feeling to the storyline, and the movie is definitely enjoyable.

It's plot is thin and very predictable, a linear tale with few bumps or surprises to amazing and wow as the writing continues to favor the younger generations filled with jokes and preachy speeches crammed on in.