Fans are upset as Robert Downey Jr’s film, Dolittle fails to entertain the audience. Check out the Dolittle review.
A Doctor/Veterinarian who can talk and communicate to animals, Dr Dolittle stars Robert Downey Jr as the new Dr Dolittle with Eddie Murphy playing the character in the previous instalments of the film. This edition of the movie has a bunch of talented actors voicing the animals; Emma Thompson (Polynesia), Rami Malek (Chee-Chee the gorilla), John Cena (Yoshi the polar bear) and Octavia Spencer (Dab-Dab the duck), Tom Holland (Jip the Dog), Ralph Fiennes (Barry the tiger) Selena Gomez (Betsy the giraffe) and Marion Cotillard (Tutu the fox). The story revolves around Dolittle leaving on a voyage to an island which has never been found in an attempt to save Queen Victoria who is sick and the craziness that follows in the whimsical adventure. Read on to find out the full Dolittle review.
The 2020 version of the movie based on Dolittle series: The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle has not been receiving the reviews as anticipated, with the test audiences hating the movie and the movie undergoing a number of rewrites and reshoots, Director Stephen Gaghan failed to hit the mark. With a bunch of CGI animals that do all the animal stuff and a little more than that (of course, talk) we enter the world of craziness and adventure. As the movie moves forward we forget about the boy who willing joined the doctor as an apprentice. The animals manage to bring a stir of laugher with their tactics.
It cannot be considered to be one of RDJ’s best performances as it seems like he has a forced accent trying hard to look the part of a doctor from the 19th century. There is a restlessness in his behaviour that makes us love the previous instalments more.
Check out the Dolittle review here:
Someone just read the reviews for Dolittle https://t.co/PVZDHvN3ue
— Henry Feil (@henry_feil98) January 15, 2020
— Red In My Ledger 🕷 (@KWilsonHunte) January 16, 2020
#Dolittle 4/5. This film does not deserve the 16% it has on Rotten Tomatoes. Now is it amazing? No. The story could have had a bit more depth (eventhough the simplicity works) and the start is a bit clunky, but the movie isn't bad. I actually liked it more than I thought I would. pic.twitter.com/nwHmItAol2
— Chad's Movie Reviews (@Chads_Reviews) January 17, 2020
The Doolittle reviews are hilarious
"But Dolittle is structured like it was written by a room full of monkeys lazily banging on typewriters between shit-slinging, then cut together by a blind man with broken fingers"
— Jesse Taylor Lewis (@torkum) January 15, 2020
my DOLITTLE review pic.twitter.com/68kDIo9fPl
— Russell "Board Man" Hainline (@RussellHFilm) January 15, 2020
I feel bad you have to endure Dolittle, all the reviews make it sounds horrendous. Like a Cats lite pic.twitter.com/L3AvNAK4vG
— Geeky Gator 🐊 (@The_GeekyGator) January 15, 2020
The reviews for DOCTOR DOLITTLE are pretty scathing but, I dunno, I like the poster. pic.twitter.com/BlgnnIp4dz
— Oliver Brackenbury (@obrackenbury) January 16, 2020
reading dolittle reviews and this one sentence killed me pic.twitter.com/K51VPQcKI4
— Grace K (@K9Girl86) January 16, 2020
so dolittle's been getting some good reviews on letterboxd… pic.twitter.com/d60L5vH2Df
— carmela ↯ (@toseeyoucry) January 16, 2020
the first reviews of dr dolittle….i don't feel so good
— 𝐣𝐮𝐥𝐢𝐞 (@rosesbyholland) January 15, 2020
Are you planning on watching Dolittle?