The story of this is bizarre, which is fine for a kids movie. The characters are forced and shallow. I was startled when the first song busted out randomly with a completely mismatched voice. Marionette/Ladybug's singing voice is closed off and weak. The forgettable songs aren't needed and feel incredibly forced. A lot of this feels like "hey let's throw a song in here because we're probably supposed to." The movie being set in Paris seems like an excuse to animate famous landmarks, it doesn't feel anything like Paris or France otherwise. Really, this is probably a movie for 6 years olds or less because the writing, dialogue, acting, and songs are extremely poor in comparison to something with depth like Puss in Boots: The Last Wish. More time needed to be spent developing both main characters and their worlds before they show the menacing design guy (also shallow) and the magic jewelry pieces. The concept of anyone finding ladybugs on the ground and deciding to try them as earrings/magically giving someone magic powers was so weird. The whole "believe in yourself" trope is seen for the billionth time and not rehashed in any sort of creative way. I can tell a lot of people put a ton of effort into this, but the final execution of this film didn't land correctly.
Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, the Movie
Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Musical / Romance
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