A scene from 'The Emoji Movie.'
Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Animation via AP
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There are five stages of grief in preparing to watch "The Emoji Movie".The good news is "The Emoji Movie," co-written and directed by Tony Leondis, is not that evil.It does not come close to achieving the joy and wonder of, say, "Toy Story," "Inside Out" or "The Lego Movie," although it appears to borrow heavily from all in its central conceit that anthropomorphized emojis have families and ambitions but also exist solely to serve a particular smartphone owner."The Emoji Movie" takes us into the world of Alex's phone – he's an awkward high school freshman who is stressed out about what to text the girl he has a crush on. "The Emoji Movie" is screening in Beirut-area cinemas.
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