Published On: Sat, May 21st, 2016

‘The Angry Bird’ Movie Review: Full Of Fun For Both Children And Adults


Computer animated action adventurous comedy movie ‘The Angry Bird’ is as famous in Adults as in Children because the movie full of feathery fun as you can handle the puns.


While the debut over, the 3D-animated movie continue to rage as movie going to appear with a masses in the area that matters most.

This is something faintly dispiriting about an animated adventures movie that is inspired by a video game but quite create good fun with the movie. I used to say you are quite familiar with the red and other animated character if you addicted of smart phone video game app.


It should not come as surprise because the movie ‘The Angry Bird’ is some kind of children’s film but after its release it mark space in adult’s heart.

In the starting of the movie, it takes us to an entirely happy populated island that can be named as a complete paradise, the entire flick based on life lesson. The whole island population have to suffered from battle that led by Red, who is graduated from an anger management class where he become therapist.

Almost from the start, Red is leery of the invaders from the island of piggy. In time, Bomb (Danny McBride), Chuck (Josh Gad) and Terence (Sean Penn) are those who come rightfully to share their suspicious.

The American Finnish 3D-animated comedy adventurous flick based on video game of same name that cusp high to heavens, director Clay Kaytis took this directional venture along with Fergal Reilly while the production took by Catherine Winder and John Cohen starring with Josh Gad, Jason Sudeikis, Danny McBride, Kate McKinnon, Maya Rudolph, Sean Penn, Keegan-Michael Key, Tony Hale, Peter Dinklage and Bill Hader.

Thus far raked in $43 million and has scheduled to released in 75 foreign markets as in United States it will theater on 20 May, 2016.

Meanwhile, early tickets in Russia marked as $5.7 million, in UK recorded $3 million while earned $2.9 millions in Mexico and Germany, Brazil listed for early ticketing with $2.7 million. Overall earned box office is $73 million.