IT isn’t that this charcterised reconstitute doesn’t demeanour good, nor does it miss in star energy — though for a family that honour themselves on being creepy and kooky — this film isn’t adequate of either.
With a film as desired as a 1991 classic, this hop was always going to humour from a box of “why is this necessary?”
Focusing on a thesis of outsiders and acceptance in an age of amicable media and unfilled narcissism, Gomez and Morticia find themselves banished to New Jersey (a place “no-one would be held passed in”).
After being chased from their home by a pitchfork wielding mob.
With their home now a peck on a landscape of a housing plan built by TV star Margeux Needler, things don’t demeanour quite good for a large family reunion they have planned.
You know what, it’s OK we suspect – in a kind of simple “shut a kids adult for a bit” approach – though given a fact you’re listening to Charlize Theron, Oscar Isaac and Chloë Grace Moretz (among others) – this should have been a slam-dunk.
Aside from an comical Uncle Fester it’s not humorous enough, there’s zero for anyone over a age of 11.
It sounds too prolonged shoehorning in rational messages of acceptance and not adequate time being spooky.
The Addams Family (PG) 87mins
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