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Sing (2016)


A koala named Buster recruits his best friend to help him drum up business for his theater by hosting a singing competition.

Sing (2016)

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The Playlist - Gregory Ellwood
When the big show finally happens at the end of the picture? You can’t help but smile.
80
Variety - Peter Debruge
While there are no profound life lessons to be found in these subplots, Jennings and his cast manage to deliver a steady supply of laughs, while respecting one of Illumination’s core principles: It’s OK to be silly.
80
New York Daily News - Edward Douglas
This is the kind of movie "Trolls" set out to be and with this kind of innovation in animation, it succeeds on far more levels as well. There are just so many laughs to be had but there's also plenty of warmth with a lot of focus put on each contestant's family.
75
TheWrap - Unnamed
When the characters hit rock bottom, the movie quietly gets more emotional and more sure-handed.
70
Screen International - David D'Arcy
Sing is colourful, yet at almost two hours, it is also long. Still, if kids aren’t drawn to one singing animal (or familiar voice), there’s always another around the corner, holding up the tentpole.

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