Dumbo is a cute CGI character that earns my attention. They also did a good job making him fly.
Danny Devito is widely entertaining when he is on screen.
Alan Arkin is also widely entertaining when he is on screen.
When the movie is hitting all the right notes, it’s fantastic. A lot of that has to do with the parent-child-family relationship theme throughout the whole premise.
The main story connection between Dumbo and the Milly Farrier character, is one of the better plots that drives the movie.
Pleasantly surprised at the direction they took with the story of Dumbo, as well as some of the commentaries.
I actually appreciated the thematic messages of the movie, and was probably the main reason I wanted to see it through until the end.
Despite some good ideas, the majority of the movie is filled with plot cliches, after plot cliches, after plot cliches.
Colin Farrell’s character is simply not that interesting, short of one significant plot device.
The way the story handles Eva Green’s character and story arc, is disappointingly haphazard.
Michael Keaton’s character is too much of a cartoon cliche to be taken seriously.
They must have thought they were pretty clever having Michael Buffer do a cameo…
The CGI elephants don’t always work on screen at certain times either.
I didn’t see any bats or penguins easter eggs…
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