• Rachit Gupta
    Rachit Gupta


    The Angry Birds movie is a must watch for kids. And if you’re an accompanying adult, be rest assured, there’s plenty of chuckles in it for you too. It’s a real egg-citing film.

  • In a world where movies based on games tend to suck, The Angry Birds Movie is a tiny little victory, and a nice diversion from Disney’s super large scale animation films. Now let’s hope this movie becomes successful and leads to a Candy Crush movie, or a Candy Crush Angry Birds shared universe.

  • BookMyShow Team
    BookMyShow Team


    In the end, the movie has a hero, and he is not your regular brave, kindred, happy soul, but an angry little bird, who wants nothing more than a peaceful life in his little house with the occasional outbursts of rage.

  • The film is depressing for its laziness and cynicism. The colours are bright, the birds are twee and toy ready, the jokes are not particularly clever and when nothing works, a pop number swells up in the background obliterating all thought.

  • The Angry Birds Movie is childish and occasional cute and capitalises on the game’s once addictive popularity.