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EW | 'The Angry Birds Movie' Review

Entertainment Weekly

Considering its source material—a.k.a. the app located somewhere to the right of realtime weather and Candy Crush Saga on your smartphone—Angry Birds could be a whole lot worse. Building on the game’s bare-bones premise (see bird; slingshot bird into pig fortress for points; repeat), the 3-D animated film delivers a mildly diverting mix of winky meta-jokes and moral lessons, cannily aimed at both the next generation of tiny consumers and their more sophisticated parents.

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