Happy Family (2017) is a English,German movie. Holger Tappe has directed this movie. Dirk Stollberg,Emily Watson,Jason Isaacs,Jan Makino are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Happy Family (2017) is considered one of the best Animation,Comedy,Family,Horror movie in India and around the world.
Despite the title, the Wishbone family are far from happy. In an attempt to reconnect as a family, Mum and Emma plan a fun night out. However, her plan backfires when an evil witch curses them, and they're all turned into Monsters.
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I'm watching it right now on Netflix with my kids and I started Googling to see if this was originally in another language, but it doesn't appear so. The animation to match mouth movement and voice acting is sooooo bad. At first I was surprised it wasn't too low-budget looking (I don't think this went to theaters in the US), but they need to tune up this aspect. My kids will watch almost anything so they seem unfazed, but really poor quality.
I don't think I've ever seen a worse movie in a cinema. I watch loads of movies and saying this means a lot from me. I'm extremely dismissive of movie mistakes and plot-holes, but this, oh boy. It's loud, it's obnoxious, it has scenes that go on for too long. This movie has no plot, no structure no nothing. Yes, I understand this is a kids movie, but at least have the movie make sense. In fact, the movie is so terrible, in the first 30 minutes or so I left because I couldn't stand it anymore. TL;DR, don't go to see this movie, not even with your children, they will most likely not like it either.
Quite possibly the worst film I've ever had the misfortune of sitting through. Even the vocal talents of Jason Isaacs and Celia Imrie couldn't save it. Appalling script, cast sound as though they'd be more excited to read the phone book, rehashed storyline, endless fart jokes. One kid liked the bats, the other fell asleep after 30mins. If you want a decent monster movie - stick with the likes of Hotel Transylvania and avoid this like the plague. Suggest Sky stick with their monstrous prices and leave the monster movies to the experts.
What I learned from the reviews is that I should never skip a movie just because people hate it or didn't understand the movie or didn't even watch it but they left a negative review and now the movie should be thrown away in junk. I really like this movie and I actually enjoyed watching it , even if you think this movie isn't suitable for the kids, it still teaches us that no matter what life throws at us and how many problems we have, we must stick together and don't let anything ruin our little family, after all, we're a family and we're the happiest around our family members, even when we have problems and even when we're not getting along pretty well - we should NOT GIVE UP on our FAMILY ! If you ask me , that's a pretty valuable lesson which should be learned even before people decide to have their own ...
Most of the reviews for this movie here are negative. So from the perspective of someone who watched this for free and gave it a chance, here's a positive one. The frequent fart jokes (coloured in green) in this are a bit much and there was one scene (mother singing 'Silent Night' when the crowd thinks the family is a band) I had to skip, because it was too cringey. But since this movie is told with a visually pleasing package thanks to the character designs and environments, I can forgive some of the inappropriate humour. When the humour does manage to be good, it's memorable e.g one of the bats bathing in a fruit punch bowl and Fay thinking Imhotep introduced himself as Johnny Depp. Lastly, heartfelt moments of the movie such as Emma remembering the happy moments the family had when they were monsters and her saying as a mother you have you have to take the good with the bad, made the movie feel refreshing enough that it felt worth my time.