Dolittle Reviews

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January 16, 2020
Overacting aside, the new Dolittle is, though absolutely ridiculous in most ways, a lot of fun, and filled with some valuable life lessons.
January 16, 2020
There is still enough charm found in the margins here to be worth a viewing, and just enough psychological despair to keep things interesting for grown-ups.
January 16, 2020
Dolittle is a delightful adventure that will have adults and children roaring with laughter. Every celebrity actor is matched perfectly to their animal counterpart.
January 15, 2020
As a vibrantly coloured, loud, rather ridiculous, age-appropriate adventure film, it's very much in the lane it needs to be; and, sometimes, there's nothing wrong with a film that aims for simplicity.
January 15, 2020
If you want to go into something and just laugh and have fun, then you'll enjoy Dolittle.
January 15, 2020
Dolittle is a film made for children. So we should probably mostly view it through that lens. In that regard, the movie is perfectly okay.
January 15, 2020
While "Dolittle" is unlikely to become a cult classic like its predecessors and doesn't necessarily transcend generations, it will likely find a captivated audience in its young viewers.
January 15, 2020
For a fun time to dispel the gloom of January, "Dolittle" is just what the doctor ordered.
January 15, 2020
Overall, [Dolittle] isn't a film for parents so much as its a film for their children. Adults will poke too many holes and try relentlessly to place Downey's accent, but like the kids in my screening, I'm sure yours will enjoy it.
January 15, 2020
Kids will love it. Adults won't hate it. But with an all-star cast like that, I was disappointed that the story was a "woof woof."
January 11, 2020
"I loved it, I laughed, because it felt good to be a kid again. A star-filled cast of Dolittle comes together to create a beautiful film. Robert Downey Jr. is pure magic. "
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