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Maggie Davis, Opinion Editor • May 14, 2024

The Emoji Movie: best movie of all time

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Maggie Davis
“The Emoji Movie” was wrongfully mocked by viewers and critics.

The 2017 family/comedy movie, “The Emoji Movie,” is one of the best movies ever.

However, many people are far too ignorant and dense to understand the true art behind the film, which is why it only got 6% Rotten Tomatoes.

The movie follows Gene, voiced by T.J. Miller. Gene is a “meh” faced emoji who struggles to only feel “meh.”

Gene is a perfect example of how society expects us to always be fine, even when we feel like the sobbing emoji.

Not only does “The Emoji Movie” talk about the hardships of bottling emotions, but the humor built into the storyline is top tier.

The Poop Emoji, voiced by Patrick Stewart, is easily one of the funniest characters in animated television. Not only does his toilet-based jokes make every viewer laugh out loud, but it also provides great insight on how to be funny.

To make people laugh, viewers learned to just say “poop” and “fart” over and over. It works every time!

While the target audience is children, it also hits hard for adults.

Adults can see themselves in almost every character. While the animations are presented like silly emojis, they actually have personalities that are relatable. Insecurity, self-hatred and depression are all common themes represented.

It is amazing and groundbreaking how this movie can be both silly and deep at the same time. It really is the movie of the century.

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Maggie Davis is currently a sophomore at Del Val and a second year writer for "The Delphi." She plays soccer for Del Val as well as lacrosse and basketball. Maggie spends almost all of her free time on a lacrosse field. She also adores rewatching "Gilmore Girls" and listening to Taylor Swift.
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