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The Bad Guys Review: DreamWorks Animation Is Energetic, Stylish & Fun For All

on its surface, bad guys It sounds like exactly the kind of movie one would expect. A group of thieves trying to commit theft. But the film veers off when you think it’s going to turn right, shatters expectations, and elevates the material from a one-dimensional story to a heartfelt story on multiple levels. The themes of the film are not only deep and interesting, but the animation is engaging, hilarious, and incredibly entertaining. bad guys His morals rise in his handling of the Wolf character, which initially seems muddy at best. However, the film struggles with what it means to help others and do good, in a way that puts him at odds with his friends who are used to being seen as the bad guys without a second perspective or chance. to prove anyone. Wrong. This conflict creates good tension as the film heads to a quick and refreshing ending.

The film is a throwback to some of Hollywood’s best heist movies. Ocean’s Elevenand includes tips. zootopias There are also themes bad guys He takes those similarities and makes them all unique. To that end, the film explores clichés and perceptions without making it seem like they’re knocking the audience’s head off with its lens. And while the animation is very heartwarming, it never loses its sense of excitement. There are plenty of action sequences, funny jokes, twists and physical comedy that will keep audiences watching. bad guys’ The animation style is pretty cool too, a mix of aesthetics and character design, smooth, soft, paint-like art without being completely two-dimensional. Animation also takes notes Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse a comic book-like art style, more than just a 3D project. It creates an uplifting visual palette that stays grounded in its soft, earthy colors.

The characters are dynamic, each with their own personality and even more so with each other. It’s easy to get invested in what happens to the bad guys because they care about each other and are sincere in their friendships. The voice cast does a terrific job of bringing these characters to life, with Zazie Beetz taking on Diane Foxington, with Marc Maron taking the lead alongside the grumpy, short-tempered Mr. Snake. There’s plenty of humor, exciting sequences, layered characters, and a plot that isn’t boring. after all, bad guys A good time at the cinema with a bit of everything to satisfy moviegoers of all ages.

bad guys It hits theaters on Friday, April 22. The film is 100 minutes long and is rated PG for action and crude humor.

Our rating:

3.5 out of 5 (very good)


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The Bad Guys Review: DreamWorks Animation Is Energetic, Stylish & Fun For All

On its surface, The Bad Guys seems like exactly the kind of movie one might expect. A group of thieves trying to execute a heist. But the film veers left when one thinks it will veer right, subverting expectations and uplifting the material from a one-dimensional story to a multi-layered, heartfelt one. The film’s themes are not only deep and interesting, but the animation is engaging, full of joy, and incredibly fun. The Bad Guys soars in its handling of Wolf’s character, whose morals seem muddy at best at the start. However, the film has him contending with what it means to help others and do good in a way that puts him at odds with his friends, who have grown accustomed to being perceived as the bad guys without a second glance or a chance to prove anyone wrong. This conflict makes for some good tension as the film drives toward an ending that is fast paced and exhilarating.
The film is a callback to some of Hollywood’s best heist movies like Ocean’s Eleven, and includes hints of Zootopia’s themes as well, though The Bad Guys takes these similarities and makes it all its own. To that end, the film explores stereotypes and perceptions without ever feeling like it’s hitting the audience over the head with its point. And while the animation does have a lot of heart, it never loses its sense of excitement. There are plenty of action sequences, funny jokes, twists, and physical comedy that will keep the audience watching. The Bad Guys’ animation style is also quite lovely, its aesthetic and character design a blend of soft, paint-like art that is smooth without being entirely two-dimensional. The animation also taking cues from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’s comic book-like art style, foregoing on being completely a 3D project. It makes for a refreshing visual palette that remains grounded in its muted, earthy colors.

The characters are dynamic, each with their own distinct personalities, and their relationships with each other even more so. It’s easy to become invested in what will happen to The Bad Guys because of how much they care for each other and are genuine in their friendship. The voice cast does a tremendous job giving life to these characters, with Zazie Beetz’s take on Diane Foxington being a standout of the group, alongside Marc Maron’s grumpy, hot-headed Mr. Snake. There is plenty of humor, thrilling sequences, layered characters and a plot that is anything but dull. Ultimately, The Bad Guys is a good time at the movies, with a little bit of everything to satisfy moviegoers of all ages.
The Bad Guys released in theaters on Friday, April 22. The film is 100 minutes long and is rated PG for action and rude humor.

Our Rating:
3.5 out of 5 (Very Good)

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The Bad Guys Review: DreamWorks Animation Is Energetic, Stylish & Fun For All

On its surface, The Bad Guys seems like exactly the kind of movie one might expect. A group of thieves trying to execute a heist. But the film veers left when one thinks it will veer right, subverting expectations and uplifting the material from a one-dimensional story to a multi-layered, heartfelt one. The film’s themes are not only deep and interesting, but the animation is engaging, full of joy, and incredibly fun. The Bad Guys soars in its handling of Wolf’s character, whose morals seem muddy at best at the start. However, the film has him contending with what it means to help others and do good in a way that puts him at odds with his friends, who have grown accustomed to being perceived as the bad guys without a second glance or a chance to prove anyone wrong. This conflict makes for some good tension as the film drives toward an ending that is fast paced and exhilarating.
The film is a callback to some of Hollywood’s best heist movies like Ocean’s Eleven, and includes hints of Zootopia’s themes as well, though The Bad Guys takes these similarities and makes it all its own. To that end, the film explores stereotypes and perceptions without ever feeling like it’s hitting the audience over the head with its point. And while the animation does have a lot of heart, it never loses its sense of excitement. There are plenty of action sequences, funny jokes, twists, and physical comedy that will keep the audience watching. The Bad Guys’ animation style is also quite lovely, its aesthetic and character design a blend of soft, paint-like art that is smooth without being entirely two-dimensional. The animation also taking cues from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’s comic book-like art style, foregoing on being completely a 3D project. It makes for a refreshing visual palette that remains grounded in its muted, earthy colors.

The characters are dynamic, each with their own distinct personalities, and their relationships with each other even more so. It’s easy to become invested in what will happen to The Bad Guys because of how much they care for each other and are genuine in their friendship. The voice cast does a tremendous job giving life to these characters, with Zazie Beetz’s take on Diane Foxington being a standout of the group, alongside Marc Maron’s grumpy, hot-headed Mr. Snake. There is plenty of humor, thrilling sequences, layered characters and a plot that is anything but dull. Ultimately, The Bad Guys is a good time at the movies, with a little bit of everything to satisfy moviegoers of all ages.
The Bad Guys released in theaters on Friday, April 22. The film is 100 minutes long and is rated PG for action and rude humor.

Our Rating:
3.5 out of 5 (Very Good)

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