This animated comedy takes place in Textopolis, a world inside a smartphone that's inhabited by various emojis. There, an emoji named Gene (voiced by T.J. Miller) is ashamed that he has multiple facial expressions while his colleagues only have one each, and he embarks on a quest across various apps to be like everyone else. James Corden, Anna Faris, Jennifer Coolidge, Patrick Stewart, Sofía Vergara, and Maya Rudolph also lend their voices to this film from Sony Pictures Animation.~Jack Rodgers
"Good Vibrations" dance along & lyric video
Blu-ray Exclusives -
Express yourself: meet the cast
Gimme a Hand!: guess the Emoji game
Girls can Code!
How to draw gene & poop
Includes a Hotel Transylvania Short - Puppy!
Jailbreak Decoded: the untold story
Sweet App-etite: make your own candy crush saga cake
Jennifer CoolidgeMary Meh
Christina AguileraAkiko Glitter
Sean Hayes"Devil" Steven
Jeffrey RossInternet Troll
Tony LeondisLaughter, Broom, Pizza
Melissa SturmAngel, Phone Store Employee
Eric SiegelReggie Ram Tech
Liam AikenRonnie Ram Teach
Thom BishopsFist Bump, Thumbs Up
Adam BrownFlashlight, Trojan Soldier
Joe WhyteRed Wagon
Conrad VernonTrojan Horse
William J. CaparellaAlien
Paige Eileen CaparellaCat Heart Eyes
Michelle Raimo KouyateProducer
Eric SiegelScreen Story
Tony LeondisScreen Story
Patrick DoyleComposer (Music Score)
William J. CaparellaEditor
Carlos ZaragozaProduction Designer
Dean GordonArt Director
Ryan CarlsonArt Director
Ben WaisbrenExecutive Producer
John PospisilSound/Sound Designer
Curt SchulkeySupervising Sound Editor
Deb AdairSupervising Sound Editor
Childrens and Family,Comedy
Family-Oriented Adventure,Family-Oriented Comedy
The Emoji Movie
Year of Release
Blu-ray, Includes Digital Copy
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
Cantonese, English, French, Mandarin
Cantonese, English, French, Korean
The Emoji Movie [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] 
When I first heard about this movie I couldn’t believe it, that they were going to make a movie about Emojis, I bought this Movie for my granddaughter. I watched it with her and I liked it, great Soundtrack.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Thank you emoji movie
Owned for more than 2 years when reviewed.
The emoji movie is the next citizen Kane of movies, it is brilliant and it is definitely one of my favorite anime movies. The story goes as follows Gene the Meh emoji struggles to find his inner self and I really like this plot because it has not already been done 5 million times before. This movie has the most abstract, interesting, and unique plot lines ever seen in cinema. The excellency isnt just inthe plot line of the movie. The characters are realistic and interesting. If you havent seen this movie put it on your to do list.
This movie was fun to watch with my 3 kids. There was clever humor throughout, and a bit of potty humor (not overboard like Captain Underpants). The animation in this movie is gorgeous but the story was kind of generic. The creative world-building reminded me of the first time I watched Monsters Inc. My kids age 4-7 REALLY liked this movie and they all wanted it for Christmas. The overall message this movie tries to give is that each of us are unique and important in the world for what we have to offer. Trying to fit in and go with the flow of everyone else is not always the best thing to do. It was a decent message.
I read mostly “meh” reviews about this movie and I almost didn’t buy it. My 6-year old boy is so into emojis that he asked to buy the movie. I rented it on Redbox twice using promo codes just to make sure he really wanted it. He liked it so I went ahead and bought it with no regrets. The movie itself is not as bad as most reviews had put it. There’s actually a decent storyline. The graphics was good. It was colorful. And with a sale price, there’s nothing negative to say.