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Expressions, Energy and Everything - The Emoji Movie

Have you ever seen a movie at a drive-in movie theater? When my little one remembers seeing The Emoji Movie, he will think back to a silly night of snacks and laughs watching a movie under the starry nighttime sky. Making memories together with my family is incredibly important to me as a parent. Enjoying a family movie night as we combined the rare delight of a drive-in with the popular new release, The Emoji Movie made a memorable night for us all. We are so excited to relive these magical memories with the expressions, energy, and everything that is The Emoji Movie.

Thank you to the promotional teams from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and The Emoji Movie for the courtesy of providing an advanced review copy for editorial purposes.

Expressions, Energy & Everything- The Emoji Movie

Get ready to emoji express yourself as Sony Pictures Animation’s The Emoji Movie is released on Digital and Blu-ray + Digital and DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. This family-fun,
 animated movie takes us on an adventure into the never-before-seen secret, hi-tech world inside of our smartphones where we meet the emojis.

Hanging out inside of the messaging app Textopolis, is a lively city scene where emojis live awaiting their chance to be selected by the phone’s user. That's where we meet Gene, an exuberant emoji bursting with all types of emoji expressions. Determined to become a “normal” emoji, Gene with the handy-dandy help of his best friend, Hi-5 and the cyber skills of code breaker emoji, Jailbreak. Their epic “app-venture” swipes through phone app adventures to discover the code that will fix Gene. It's all fun and game until a greater danger threatens the phone, and the fate of all of the emojis depends on Gene, Hi-5, and Jailbreak saving their world before it’s deleted forever.

The Emoji Movie features an all-star voice cast including-

T.J. Miller (How To Train Your Dragon) - Gene Meh
James Corden (Late Late Show with James Corden) - Hi-5
Anna Faris (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs) - Jailbreak Maya Rudolph (Big Hero 6) - Smiler
Steven Wright (Louie) - Mel Meh
Jennifer Coolidge (American Pie, Legally Blonde) - Mary Meh
Jake T. Austin (Wizards of Waverly Place) - Phone Owner Alex
Grammy® Award Winner Christina Aguilera - Akiko Glitter
Emmy® Award Nominee Sofia Vergara (The Smurfs) - Flamenca
Rachael Ray (Rachael Ray) - Spam 
Emmy® Award Winner Sean Hayes (“Will & Grace”) - “Devil” Steven
Emmy® Award Nominee Sir Patrick Stewart (X-Men, Star Trek: The Next Generation) - Poop

The Emoji Movie DVD and Digital Bonus Materials include-

- Director & Animators Commentary
- Puppy! An Original Hotel Transylvania Short
- Jailbreak Decoded: The Untold Story
- "Good Vibrations" Dance Along
- "Good Vibrations" Lyric Video
- Express Yourself: Meet The Cast
- Girls Can Code!
- Choreographing Emoji With Matt Steffanina
- Creating the World Inside Your Phone
- Bringing Emojis to Life
- How To Draw Poop
- How To Draw Gene

The Emoji Movie Blu-ray Exclusive Bonus Materials include everything listed above, plus-

- Gimme a Hand! Guess the Emoji Game
- Sweet App-etite: Make Your Own Candy Crush Inspired Saga Cake

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