SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
Appropriateness gets you so far in life, yet when the chips are down, it loses your temper in some cases. That is a truly startling good takeaway for a children’s film, and it’s only one shock of numerous in “The Angry Birds Movie,” a quick, fizzy and excitedly captivating expansion of the hyper gaming establishment that, at its apex, had offspring of all ages stuck to their cell phone screens. Setting up a fundamental mental inspiration for the searing mien shared by the feathered people of Bird Island, this contemptuous starting point story takes a fittingly free, flexible way to deal with its bigger account, with continuous makeshift routes to fill in daffier subtle elements of its frantic, distraught, frantic, frantic story world.
The outcome, machine-tooled and in fact glossy as it seems to be, pretty much matches the bouncily anarchic soul of the diversion, appeared in 2009 by Finnish organization Rovio Entertainment. While not exactly as roused or subversive as “The Lego Movie,” it’s an equivalently cheering champion in the by and large negative display of item propelled item — at each imaginative level, it surely thumps the fluorescent spots off the safe yet charmless “Wrench and Clank” computer game adjustment that as of late hit theaters.