This week's release is Abominable,by DreamWorks Animation, the same studio that gave us How To Train Your Dragon. The movie the story of an adorable Yeti lost in the city far from home. He ends up befriending 3 human kids, who help him find his way back home, all while staying ahead of an evil zoologist and a wealthy businessman, who are intent on capturing a Yeti.
If you're planning on watching this movie with your kids or younger siblings, check out these tweets to help you decide.
#abominablereview an adorable movie with a great message. The curses yeti I’ve ever seen. I want my own Everest now.— patricia (@trish6812) September 25, 2019
#Abominable isn't the new HTTYD, but it doesn't really have to be either; it's charming, fun, and heartfelt in its own unique ways, and looks GORGEOUS to boot. Stumbles in one or two spots, but manages to hold together pretty well overall. Full review tomorrow. #AbominableMovie— the friendly film fan (@jakejonesSWR) September 27, 2019
Okay so the #AbominableMovie had everyone in the theater engaged! Even the parents were loving it ! Vada keeps humming like in the movie lol Loved it 🤧❤️❤️— Cheena 🥴 (@CheenaC2) September 27, 2019
#AbominableMovie restored my faith and filled me with joy. What an incredible, feel-good movie about family, friendship, and believing in your gifts. #representationmatters #aapi #abominablemovie pic.twitter.com/uBo6xbS77C— Monica Luhar (@monicaluhar) September 27, 2019
Just saw #abominablemovie . (Love that emoji.) What a terrific, sweet film. I expect a Best Animated Feature #Oscars @TheAcademy nomination. @chloebennet made me cry again. Oh, and stay all the way through the credits if you don't normally. Go see this film!— cstephens2 (@cstephens2) September 27, 2019
i just saw an early screening of #AbominableMovie and it was beautiful 🥺 i really loved a lot of the shots used and it was a cute film— ness 🌧 (@starsfillthesky) September 27, 2019
#AbominableMovie is exactly what makes me love Animation. Its unexplainably beautiful,the story telling is so much fun and you love the characters the whole way through, there was even a scene with the Giant Buddha that made me cry from how beautiful it was. Please go see this!— Nick Delaney (3-0) (@Chimechomega) September 27, 2019
Abominable was a surprisngly sweet exploration of grief with a beautiful musical score and stunning animation. The first 25 minutes are a little rocky and the humor is scattershot at best, but see this film if you at least wanna feel some feelings 😁#AbominableMovie pic.twitter.com/O3BGLcqEde— One Cut of the Wes (@WesLara) September 27, 2019
#AbominableMovie will work well for kids. It’s colorful, funny and the voice cast is solid. Unfortunately, it doesn’t do much to stand out for anyone else. Everything about it is just “good enough.” It tries to balance humor with heart and it never quite works. It’s still cute. pic.twitter.com/ilp53SmiwN— Austin Burke (@theBurk3nator) September 27, 2019
Just saw #AbominableMovie and it was hands down a heartwarming movie I cried a couple of times on a few scenes but it was still a great dreamworks movie all in all movie review will be up soon— A-dog (@APoyntz) September 27, 2019
#AbominableMovie had no business being that good— David Peffley (@CarryOurselves) September 26, 2019
Now, #Abominable is a different story! I absolutely loved the film: boasting beautiful visuals, a sweet cast of characters and of course, Everest. And while the plot can be linear, it's the heart the film has and the focus on its Shanghai culture that makes me love it so much.— Sayonara Wil-D Hearts [Comm. Status: TEMP. CLOSED] (@Haisai_DBarenzu) September 27, 2019