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Live action/animation adventure based on the Playmobil toy range, with a voice cast featuring Anya Taylor-Joy (Glass) and Daniel Radcliffe.... More
When her younger brother unexpectedly disappears into the building-block universe, Marla (Taylor-Joy) must go on a quest to bring him home.Hide
Lino DiSalvo (feature debut)
Daniel Radcliffe, Anya Taylor-Joy, Adam Lambert, Jim Gaffigan, Gabriel Bateman, Meghan Trainor
Blaise Hemingway, Greg Erb, Jason Oremland, Lino DiSalvo
Coming to Cinemas
Maybe it's fitting Playmobil: The Movie is old-fashioned, stiff and only suitable for those between the ages of four and ten, but it sure isn't much fun.
Bland variations on familiar themes... leave Playmobil -The Movie in need of some of the adventurous spirit that it so relentlessly advocates.
The Telegraph (UK)
It feels like exactly what it is: an ugly, interminable, devoid-of-substance advert.
It's safe to say that anyone who has already reached double digits will find little to enjoy in this generic and lifeless promotional tool...
Disappointingly, it is a borderline dopey, sentimental children's adventure mostly without the wit and spark that converted grownups and kids to the Lego films.
Lino DiSalvo's hyperactive film never transcends its blatant product-flogging purpose.
The Independent (UK)
This is a film that exists because it has to exist - it has no interest in justifying itself any further.
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