Ne Zha

critic Reviews

83% Fresh Tomatometer Score83%
  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Kevin L. LeeFilm Inquiry
    Ne Zha has some shaky storytelling to begin with, but by the second half, it escalates into a full-fledged emotional animated blockbuster.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    James PerkinsStarburst
    Ne Zha tells a fantastical story of Gods, power and finding your place in the world no matter who you are. It possesses buckets of charm, chemistry and comedy that places it amongst the elite animated films from across the globe.
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    Joanne SohThe New Paper (Singapore)
    There are several eye-popping action sequences, and while the final act feels over- indulgent, Ne Zha is still a praiseworthy effort.
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    Cath ClarkeGuardian
    I enjoyed the jolt of strangeness delivered by this world of demons stalking the Earth. But the action is hit-and-miss.
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    Cain Noble-DaviesFILMINK (Australia)
    ...a glorious panorama unto itself.
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  • Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Charles SolomonFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    It's very hard to make sense of... [During] a lot of it, you just feel like you're wandering some trackless wilderness.
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    Jennifer GreenCommon Sense Media
    Lots of fantasy violence in animation based on Chinese myth.
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    Michael RechtshaffenLos Angeles Times
    Residing just beneath all the visual razzle dazzle is a stirring message of empowerment.
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    Kristian M. LinFort Worth Weekly
    Strange and funny enough to recommend on its own.
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    Richard WhittakerAustin Chronicle
    Conventionally animated but paced with kinetic glee, Ne Zha crams in a plethora of contemporary and pop culture references, and in those moments it's at its least fun and most obvious.
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