When a stage musical as beloved as Annie hits the big screen and falls ignominiously on its fat one, you might ask: WTF? For starters, updating the Depression-era tale to NYC 2014 is a really dumb idea. The strain of the shoehorning is evident in every scene. show more
Where to begin in describing the awfulness of Annie? Why not with Sandy, Annie’s dog, whose name now connects with the superstorm in this hapless contemporary update of a musical that begged to be left in its 1930s period. Have you ever seen a dog suffer from incompetent direction? This one does, but no more or less so than the human members of the cast, none of whom have any emotional connection with one another, let alone with a standoffish pooch. show more
It seems sadly apt that the Daddy Warbucks figure played by Jamie Foxx in the new Annie is a cellphone mogul. Because Foxx is pretty much phoning in his performance. show more
Great film. Loved all of the characters and music!!! Finally another film that revives innocent, fun filled, musicals for the country. Well DONE!!!
In my opinion this movie is the best I am so happy that they made this movie, I can relate this movie to my life on how she went to a foster family to back to her parents and to him and was adopted. It was the same for me and I am thankful my family and i love and appreciate everyone who loves and cares for those foster kids who need help LOVE YOU ALL....
this movie is so funny and so good i would recommend you to watch it