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Paulie has moments of minor charm but lacks the magic to fully capture the imaginations of either children or adults.
Shalhoub gives an impressively nuanced performance in the dangerously cliched role, and Paulie -- a combination of trained parrots, animatronics, and the voice of Mohr -- comes across as a fully developed character.
A perfect family movie with the intelligence, humor and hug-me moments to be a great first-date movie, too. Just remember to bring a hankie.
The film is aimed at children, I suppose, although I don't think they'll like Paulie all that much. I didn't.
Paulie has elements of a good weepy, but overall it never quite gels beyond being a passable novelty.
Unusual and surprisingly agreeable.
Talking bird on a coming-of-age journey with some peril.
True family entertainment that caters for grown-ups as much as for kids.
The story is rooted in real feelings and relationships, and parents will find as much to enjoy as children.
My head still throbs from being hit repeatedly with blunt life lessons.
Family viewing that soars
Its star is a very appealing little guy. Parents will be mildly amused, too.
A boring kids movie with another talking animal. At least the cast has some good actors, though.
An extremely wonderful and sadly underrated film
Paulie is very adventureous Movie with an intelligent but too Naughty Parot. A tiny bit of everything in it. Some senti moments and lots of LOL moments.
Movie about a talking parrot. Rubbish!
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