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Adventure | Animation
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
107 min
IMDB Rating:
7.2 / 10 
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Directors: Sarah Smith [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Twentieth Century Studios and Locksmith Animation's "Ron's Gone Wrong" is the story of Barney, a socially awkward middle-schooler and Ron, his new walking, talking, digitally-connected device, which is supposed to be his 'Best Friend out of the Box.' Ron's hilarious malfunctions set against the backdrop of the social media age, launch them into an action-packed journey in which boy and robot come to terms with the wonderful messiness of true friendship. —Twentieth Century Studios


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Cute and fun family film.

3 out of 5 stars.

Decent story about a futuristic world with a social network of b bots. Where kids spend there time with bots and depend on them to make friends.

Film is colorful. Humor is cute and fun. The film does get a bit anticlimatic with b bot corporation wanting to go after Ron bot. And the third act gets a bit boring. But still a fun family film.

Started out good and then collapsed

The beginning is fun and pointing out that Facebook isn't really a service you should use, and that Facebook steals all your personal information and pictures and then sells that information to big corporations so that they can sell you more crap, was awesome (because Facebook really does [email protected]#$. Then the movie took a turn for the worse and started to use deus ex machina to make stuff happen. The ending isn't that great and seems to be more of a rush fix to bring about some sort of closure. The movie isn't fantastic. It could have been better, but it's ok for the kids and family.

A Fair, if Derivative, Night's Entertainment

A big, showy tech giant (totally not Apple) unveils its new life-changing technology and the world moves overnight. Suddenly, every kid in school has one of these blinking, shouting robo-pals by their side, a "digital best friend" to flash notifications, screen meme clips, recommend social media connections and livestream their life. Everyone except Barney, that is, whose family is too poor and quirky to mindlessly, immediately embrace the new tech. Eventually, the kid does score a bot of his own, but his Dad can't swing the full price and scores a glitchy, damaged discount model, something that literally fell off the back of a truck. This leads to a Short Circuit-style awakening and the awkward pairing (kid and robot) learn, together, the true meaning of friendship.

The whole package is deeply derivative - The Mitchells vs. The Machines mined very similar themes earlier this year, Wall-E delivered an equal message in one of its subplots and the bot looks, acts and talks very much like Baymax from Big Hero 6 - but Ron's Gone Wrong is just charismatic and heartstrong enough to keep those comparisons from feeling too distracting. It might not be the cleverest family film you'll see all year, but it's witty enough. Not the most visually-stunning entry, but it's capable enough. Well-made and inoffensive, but also fundamentally inessential.
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