The Voices Review

Voices, The
Jerry (Ryan Reynolds) is a chipper worker at a bathtub factory who is trying to win the love of his life with his evil talking pets.

by Nick de Semlyen |
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Release Date:

20 Mar 2015

Running Time:

104 minutes



Original Title:

Voices, The

Ryan Reynolds’ first movie since R. I. P. D. will surely be one of 2015’s oddest. He’s a hyper-chipper worker at a bathtub factory, who also happens to be a budding serial killer. And he likes to chat with his pets.

The exact mid-point between Dr. Dolittle and Dr. Lecter, it’s tonally wonky and not as funny as was perhaps intended. But the underrated Reynolds launches a full-force attack on his role (or roles; he also voices the cat and dog), and there are staggering stylised moments, including famous heads in a fridge and a climactic musical number.

Full-force performance form Ryan Reynolds but not as funny as it hopes it is.
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