A classic comes to life in the PASSIONATE live-action trailer for 'Pinocchio';  Watch DUBBED and SUBTITLED!

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.

On Rotten Tomatoes, the production soured 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.

Enjoy watching:

“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 Isle of Pleasures segment, this is a pretty dull movie” – 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.

The cast has Tom Hanks, Cynthia Erivo, Luke Evans, Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Keegan-Michael Key and Lorraine Bracco.

Don’t forget to watch:

Recommended Posts

Foo Fighters confirm return to stage!

Foo Fighters confirm return to stage!

The Foo Fighters already have a date to return to the stage for their own shows. The band confirmed that they will be headlining three major US festivals: Boston Calling (May 16th), Sonic Temple (May 28th) and Bonnaroo, on June 18th. Since […]