‘Pinocchio‘, new live-action from Walt Disney Studios, has finally arrived in the catalog of Disney+but seems not to have enchanted the international critics.
No Rotten Tomatoesthe production became bitter 40% approvalwith note 5/10 based on 10 reviews until the moment. On the other hand, the film opened with 71% approval by the public.
Check out the main comments:
“Even with the always reliable Tom Hanks like Geppetto, this new version of ‘Pinocchio’ ironically never comes to life” – Digital Spy.
“Basically a scene-by-scene remake, this movie is cool to look at, but fans will be frustrated with the unnecessary changes” – Mama’s Geeky.
“Several scenes catch our eye, including when Pinocchio and Geppetto are trapped inside the whale, and when Pinocchio is on Pleasure Island” – FlickDirect.
“A sweet and charming adaptation that breathes new life into the iconic tale and expands its narrative” – Dave Lee Down Under.
“With the exception of the spectacular segment of Ilha dos Prazeres, this is a pretty monotonous film” – ButteredPopcorn.
Remember the trailer:
The Oscar® Winner Robert Zemeckis directs the live-action and CGI version that retells the beloved story of the wooden puppet who embarks on an electrifying adventure to become a real boy. Tom Hanks stars as Geppetto, the carpenter who builds and treats Pinocchio (Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) with the son. Joseph Gordon-Levitt it is Jiminy Cricket, who acts as Pinocchio’s guide and “conscience”; Cynthia ErivoOscar nominee, is Blue Fairy; Keegan-Michael Key is João Honesto; Lorraine Braccoalso nominated for an Oscar, plays the new character Sofia, and Luke Evans is the Coachman.
Robert Zemeckis (‘Back to the Future’) is responsible for directing.