Bobbleheads: The Movie Review

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Bobbleheads: The Movie coming to DVD and Digital soon!

Have you ever wondered what your Bobbleheads do when you are not home? That is exactly what Bobbleheads: The Movie delves into. Bobbleheads: The Movie heads to digital and DVD on December 8, 2020, but you can check out my review below.

Disclaimer: I did receive a DVD copy of Bobbleheads in exchange for my review.

My Review

When I first saw/heard of Bobbleheads: The Movie I was intrigued. The cast is amazing, and I thought the story was interesting. I mean I own a few Bobbleheads and I thought the movie would be perfect to watch with my kids. (Shakes head. No pun intended. Haha!) But I have to say. I did not enjoy Bobbleheads: The Movie at all. Now, my kids on the other hand found it very entertaining. Haha! They loved everything I disliked about the movie. They loved the Bobblehead characters, the story, and Cher. For me the animation set off my motion sickness, the story was not the greatest, and I really did not understand why Bobblehead Cher was there (Even though I love Cher!). Haha! While Bobbleheads: The Movie is headed to digital and DVD on December 8th it will also be hitting Netflix soon as well, and that is where I suggest you catch it if you want to check it out.

My Rating/Ok for Kids?

It pains me to say this, but I rate Bobbleheads: The Movie a C-. The movie does contain what I consider to be a cuss word, but some people might not. (It’s another word for poop.) Other than that the movie is ok for kids. I will warn you though. If you get motion sickness you may not want to watch the movie. I do, and I spent most of the movie feeling terrible.

Synopsis

Presented by Universal 1440 Entertainment, a production arm of Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, and produced by Threshold Entertainment, the fun-loving and uplifting adventure features an all-star cast of voices including Jennifer Coolidge (A Cinderella Story), Luke Wilson (Old School), Khary Peyton (“The Walking Dead”), Brenda Song (“The Suite Life with Zack & Cody”), Karen Fukuhara (“The Boys”), Julian Sands (Warlock) and Academy Award®-winning Cher. Get ready for a big shake-up when misfit bobbleheads take on trashy humans and a slobbery dog who crash their home with plans to swap a new baseball player bobblehead for a valuable one of them. With some guidance from Bobblehead Cher, they find the courage to bobble-up for an outrageous battle of wits and wobble.

Trailer

If you are looking for another fun family movie then make sure you check out my review of Dolittle HERE.

Bobbleheads: The Movie Review

2 thoughts on “Bobbleheads: The Movie Review

  1. It has a cuss word in the beginning the dad in the phone with his brother says “how the hell did you find [email protected] why is there a cuss word in a kids movie that my 5 year old son is watching ? 😡

    1. I agree with you. I understand some people do not consider hell to be a bad word, but in our house, we do and try not to use it. I caught another cuss word in the movie. which I feel was worse. (Another word for poop) But again some people do not consider those cuss words. Either way, again I agree they should not be in a kid’s movie. Thanks for commenting! 🙂

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