The movie is frequently incomprehensible and, on those occasions when it makes sense, the viewer may wish it didn’t.
"Allegiant" exemplifies what happens when a book or movie exists solely for the purposes of placating fans and maintaining a revenue stream.
Don’t bother venturing out to see the movie; stay home and play the game instead.
Despite an interesting premise, it fails to deliver much beyond a gradual descent into disinterest and watch-checking.
"The Angry Birds Movie" is like the game - an opportunistic attempt to “strike while the iron is hot” that’s devoid of elements that would give it an extended life.
Another in a long line of movie adaptations of revered novels that lose something significant in their translation from page to screen.
There are times when the movie seems quirky for quirkiness’ sake and the lead character comes across as an assemblage of tics and traits.
As funny as the material sometimes is, the flimsy narrative encounters difficulties trying to sustain a 90 minute motion picture.
Shines a light into a lesser-known corner of the huge chamber that contains all of the World War II stories and informs in addition to entertaining.
Provides a solid starting place for a series or, if the box office doesn’t warrant a continuation, an engaging stand-alone thriller.