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Rating: 6.9/10 by 3793 users

Sing (2016)

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

Directing:
  • Garth Jennings
  • Christophe Lourdelet
  • Kelly Lake
Writing:
  • Garth Jennings
Stars:
Release Date: Wed, Nov 23, 2016

Rating: 6.9/10 by 3793 users

Alternative Title:
星梦动物园 - HK
غن - AE
Chantez ! - CA
Welcome to the Auditions - US
Laula - EE
Syng - NO
¡Canta! - ES
Sing - Quem Canta Seus Males Espanta - BR
Tous en Scène - FR

Country:
United States of America
Language:
English
Runtime: 01 hour 48 minutes
Budget: $75,000,000
Revenue: $632,443,719

Plot Keyword: cgi, furry, anthropomorphism, singing, theatre, singing competition

Matthew McConaughey
Buster Moon (voice)
Reese Witherspoon
Rosita (voice)
Seth MacFarlane
Mike (voice)
John C. Reilly
Eddie (voice)
Taron Egerton
Johnny (voice)
Tori Kelly
Meena (voice)
Rhea Perlman
Judith (voice)
Nick Kroll
Gunter (voice)
Nick Offerman
Norman (voice)
Garth Jennings
Miss Crawly / Additional Voices (voice)
Peter Serafinowicz
Big Daddy (voice)
Beck Bennett
Lance (voice)
Jennifer Hudson
Young Nana (voice)
Jay Pharoah
Meena's Grandfather (voice)
Laraine Newman
Meena's Grandmother / Additional Voices (voice)
Bill Farmer
News Reporter Dog (voice)
Adam Buxton
Stan (voice)
Brad Morris
Baboon (voice)
Wes Anderson
Additional Voices (voice)
Chris Renaud
Additional Voices (voice)
Edgar Wright
Additional Voices (voice)
Asher Blinkoff
Piglet (voice)
Jessica Rau
Additional Voices (voice)
Carlos Alazraqui
Additional Voices (voice)
Sara Mann
Additional Voices (voice)
Daamen J. Krall
Additional Voices (voice)
Bob Bergen
Additional Voices (voice)
Doug Burch
Additional Voices (voice)
Cathy Cavadini
Additional Voices (voice)
Jason Pace
Additional Voices (voice)
Townsend Coleman
Additional Voices (voice)
Abby Craden
Additional Voices (voice)
Jim Cummings
Additional Voices (voice)
John DeMita
Additional Voices (voice)
Willow Geer
Additional Voices (voice)
Tara Strong
Additional Voices (voice)
Jess Harnell
Additional Voices (voice)
Leslie Jones
Meena's Mother (voice)
Oscar Jennings
Piglet (voice)
Leo Jennings
Piglet (voice)
Caspar Jennings
Piglet (voice)
Asa Jennings
Piglet (voice)
Jon Robert Hall
Frog (voice)
Laura Dickinson
Spider (voice)
Jen Faith Brown
Singer (voice)
Áurea
Voice 1
Jeremy Maxwell
Additional Voices (voice)
Igor Khait
Additional Voices (voice)
David Arnott
Additional Voices (voice)
Daniel Mora
Additional Voices (voice)
Britt Burton
Additional Voices (voice)
Gregory Perler
Additional Voices (voice)
Paige Pollack
Additional Voices (voice)
Marisa De Silva
Additional Voices (voice)
Jessica Rotter
Additional Voices (voice)
Robert Taylor
Additional Voices (voice)
Thomas Walters
Additional Voices (voice)
Andrew Walton
Additional Voices (voice)

TopKek

QUALITY Featuring appealing covers of hit songs and an all-star cast, this cute animated comedy capitalizes on the craze for both talking-animal adventures and talent competitions. The movie may not have the substance of Inside Out or the overt messages of Zootopia, but, like Trolls, it's simple, with catchy pop music and jokes that are likely to make kids laugh. (Unlike Trolls, its take-aways aren't quite as thoroughly positive -- see below.) The musical numbers are by far the best part of the movie, including Jennifer Hudson-voiced renditions of "Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight" to the piggy duet of "Shake It Off" (by Witherspoon and comedian Nick Kroll as a German boar called Gunter) to Kelly's show-stopping version of "Hallelujah." The music is what makes Sing worth the price of admission, because, story- and theme-wise, there are a few missteps that keep it from greatness. Like, say, the depiction of Rosita's home life. She does everything for her 25 piglets, and her burnt-out husband (Nick Offerman) barely registers her. He's so checked out that he doesn't notice when she sets up a Rube-Goldberg contraption to keep the household working when she can't secure a babysitter to participate in the contest. And then there's poor Johnny, who desperately wants his criminal father's approval. A child wanting a parent to see them shine is wonderful, but did they have to make the father in question a bank robber? But if what you want is a bubbly diversion you''l find yourself singing along to after the credits roll, then Sing hits the spot. Just don't think about it too hard.

Reno

**Music is the key!** It was one of the most watched trailer by me. Yeah, I liked the trailer and teaser, those beautiful songs and characters made me watch this film. Maybe because of that, I thought the trailers looked much better. I enjoyed the film, it had depth in characters than what I saw in the promotional videos. Though it is a simple story, and that worked so well. Its neither Disney or Pixer, but awesome. The good thing is the others as well getting there with par. It got nominated for the Golden Globe, but missed out the Oscars. A film for all ages. The musical is very common in animation, especially from Disney. This was a little different, a music genre. And the characters are the very special to this film to clinch the success. It could have been easily added to 'Zootopia' universe, since the two films are from different productions, that idea was ruled out. The selection of voice-over cast was excellent, particularly in the singing perspective. Recently Dwayne Johnson sang one for 'Moana'. I know the real life actors brought in for the marketing purpose, but anyway they all were so good. I liked a couple of tracks, but most of them are not original. Even the theme song from 'Zootopia' by Shakira had a small part in it. So this film is surely suggestible for anyone to try at any time in any mood. It only cheers, definitely worth spending time for it. Now bring it on a sequel. As per the latest news, they have announced which is going to hit the screen in 2020. That looks too long, I need it even before that. Meanwhile, you guys enjoy it if you'ven't watched it yet. _8/10_