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Chloe & Theo is a mess of a message movie, simplistic, sappy, silly.
1970 called and it wants its claim on whimsical, anti-establishment, hippy-dippy movies back.
There's a line between a narrative that's deliberately simple and one that's painfully childish, and it's not all that fine. But it's one "Chloe & Theo" crosses repeatedly.
This tale of an Inuit coming to New York City to warn about the perils of climate change is like a 1970s PSA, complete with stock, one-note characters and message-y dialogue.
An insipid global-warming fable about an innocent Inuit who comes to New York City to save us all from ourselves, "Chloe & Theo" plays like an unintentional mashup of "Being There" and "Elf."
Theo's message of mindfulness and change is valid, but delivered in too simple-minded a film ...
Drama with positive but trite messages about the environment
Chloe and Theo is about the difference a Bruce Lee loving westerner has on the life of a mild-mannered, peaceful Inuit. It most certainly should have been the other way round.
The true failing of the "Chloe And Theo," is its blatant insensitivity.
Good intentions do not a good movie make. And it's sad to say, but Johnson was far more convincing in 50 Shades of Grey.
Relentessly twee and monumentally muddled.
Chloe & Theo, in other words, fumbles every aspect of its moral play in frighteningly embarrassing ways.
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