Spirit Untamed Reviews

  • Spirit Untamed
    • Genre : Animation,Adventure,Family
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG
    • Duration : -
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : DreamWorks Animation
    • Official Site : https://www.dreamworks.com/movies/spirit-untamed
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  • whichever the case, it is definitely a different kind of Western; Whatever its weaknesses, contemporary parents who want a nontoxic Western to show their children could hardly find better than "Spirit Untamed"
    3 of 4 by Bob Strauss [San Francisco Chronicle ]
  • the new film is amiable at best and forgettable at worst, a low-key affair that will likely appeal to kids under the age of 10; But it's forgettable, and too forgettable to inspire a trip to the theater this summer
    2.5 of 5 by Josh Spiegel [Slash Film ]
  • the film still can't compare to the one that started this franchise; Elaine Bogan's sweet, if slight, animated feature "Spirit Untamed", awkwardly reworks the story of "Riding Free" into an easily digestible 88-minute package
    Review rate : C+ by Kate Erbland [IndieWire ]
  • the film draws within the lines, so to speak, of the source material, resulting in an animated adventure that is easy to watch and teaches practical life lessons about friendships and family
    3 of 5 by Peter Martin [Screen Anarchy ]
  • Spirit Untamed's story is generic and uninspired; the animation studio's latest film is unoriginal, boring and has more of the energy of an afternoon cartoon than a full-blown epic; at a young enough age, it may effectively inspire adventure & enjoyment
    2 of 5 by Sarah El-Mahmoud [CinemaBlend ]
  • it looks disappointing; "Spirit Untamed" effectively rehashes the pilot episode of the "Spirit Riding Free" series, which covered its bargain-price tracks with textures that appeared almost painterly by comparison, like something out of a picture book
    by Peter Debruge [Variety ]
  • Dreamworks Animation's "Spirit Untamed" has vivid moments of beauty, but loses its gallop with a facetious storyline about identity as it keeps trying to define itself as an "empowering" film for little girls, missing the mark on both fronts
    by Yolanda Machado [The Wrap ]
  • "Spirit Untamed" is beautiful to look at and occasionally genuinely funny; Unfortunately.. this "Spirit" has neither the charm of the original film nor the novelty of recent rival animated works such as Disney's "Raya and the Last Dragon"
    by Lovia Gyarkye [The Hollywood Reporter ]

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