The ‘The Mitchell Family and the Machine Uprising’ animation is now available on Netflix. The production debuted this Friday (30) in the lineup.
The sci-fi comedy revolves around any family who, like all families in the world, has become dependent on their cell phones. But it becomes a problem when all electronic devices take notice and turn against humanity.
Check out the latest teaser:
If you love movies so much that you can’t imagine life without them, you are Katie Mitchell.
Meet the aspiring filmmaker and star of THE MITCHELLS VS THE MACHINES, which hits Netflix this Friday. pic.twitter.com/CwgZao31NN
– NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) April 26, 2021
On Rotten Tomatoes, the animation opened with 96% approval among international critics, scoring 8.30 / 10 based on 47 reviews (so far).
Check out the main comments below:
“[O filme] it’s a trip you’ll want to do over and over again ”- It’s the Pictures.
“Absolutely hilarious and exciting” – Mama’s Geeky.
“Creative, hilarious and captivating – and one of the best of the year” – Digital Spy.
“[Olivia] Colman steals the show every time his character (equivalent to a smartphone) says anything ”- FlickDirect.
“While the film is about the dangers of technology, it also shows its power to connect people” – Slant Magazine.
Originally titled “ Super Conectados, ” the film produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller (“ Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse ”) had its title changed by Netflix after acquiring the rights to display Sony Animation.
Michael Rianda (“Gravity Falls”) is directing the production from a screenplay written by Jeff Rowe.
Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph, Eric Andre and Olivia Colman are the stars.
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