Overall this film was just average but it did do something extraordinary: the simple correlation between June's mom's sickness and the darkness tops any family animation's "lesson-to-learn" undertones that I believe I have ever seen before.
I do have a burning question too: why is the movie called Wonder Park but the place June creates is called Wonder Land?
reminds me a lot of inside out, and i loved the character of june!
So, this had some good life lessons about overcoming challenges and facing your fears and not giving up, but that was pretty much it. The rest of the plot was just okay. The park bit was a bit all over the place until the end. The kids enjoyed it and it was fun at points but it's just not the same quality we've come to expect in kids movies that appeal to both kids and adults.
Well, it's no Inside Out, but I still really liked it. The visuals are pretty good actually, I liked the realistic lighting and colorful setting. And I think the film has a heart, which makes it very sweet. Even though not every joke works, you still feel, that it was sweet. :)I personally didn't need the two pop songs within the movie, but dispite that... A very solid and playful film. :)
Not as bad as its reputation has suggested but it is still a bit of a muddle. Nicely animated though, and it handles tricky subjects in a reasonably effective way.
For a movie about imagination, this surprisingly lacks imagination...
Really cute movie. Loved the theme of childhood and the power of imagination. The characters are adorable too
Enjoyable no brainer if you choose to go along for the ride! -- Seen at the Los Angeles premiere.