Watch A Wrinkle in Time (2018) online free – First of all, I LOVE the book A Wrinkle in Time so I was wary when this movie was announced. I think that Ava and her crew did a really, really, REALLY good job of adapting the novel. They did have to leave out a few things but of course, that happens. Storm Reid is great as Meg, Reese, Mindy and Orpah as great as the Misses too. The boy playing Charles Wallace is honestly fantastic and I think he’s going to be a well known talent when he gets older. It’s also a really stunning film to look at. It’s colorful, bright and warm. I hope they let Ava adapt the second book too.
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Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by katieleigh422 – The Neverending Story meets Hook meets The Oprah Show
This movie is basically 2018’s version of Hook meets The Neverending Story meets the literal Oprah show. If you go into it with that expectation, I legitimately think you’ll like it. It was sweet and weird and two of the four of us cried. I was not one of them. But I had a good time.
Plus, it’s directed by a badass black female director, stars a mixed race teenage girl, an adopted kid, a biracial couple, and an eye candy teen boy who plays the useless tagalong that girls usually have to play in movies. Oprah basically plays herself, Reese Witherspoon also pretty much plays herself, and Mindy Kaling kind of plays a kindly stoned human Wikipedia that only speaks in quotes. But probably the best performance from this movie is Chris Pine. Sir, we do not deserve you.
I think it’s also important to remember that this book was freaking weird. So the movie is weird. And I think Ava did a great job translating it to screen. It’s definitely a kids movie and has a simple message and a fairly paint by numbers plot line. But you’ll probably have a good time and it will probably make you feel nice. So yeah, I recommend it. If nothing else, go see it to support a movie that has less white people than non-white people on screen in a movie that doesn’t feel the need to have the word black in the title.
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Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by Riridothraki – All the hype was only in the Trailer
Sigh… I went in with high expectation as seeing a number of big names in Hollywood (it Oprah for goodness sake!) But much to my disappointment the big names remained just big names. Oprah, Mindy Kaling and Reese Witherspoon who played Mrs. Which, Mrs. Whatsit and Mrs. Who have little to no significant roles in this movie. I kept waiting to see more magical moments coming from these three roles but only met with the lack of it.
This movie missed numerous opportunities to deliver some comedic moment/line either from the three misses or the children. Talking bout the children, yeah they’re cute and pretty all that but there’s nothing really making them quite likeable especially the main child, Meg. She’s described as unorganised, problematic, aggressive kid but all of these characteristics were only proven in the movie in 1 scene only and what, they thought that is enough to make us believe that she is this out of control, problematic girl?? Heck no. As mentioned, there is nothing really likeable or relatable with the character Meg and so it’s hard to care for her and in the end, I just can’t help but to not rooting for her. She is in this magical journey with her lil bro and friend but all she keep doing was complaining, but at the same wanting to save her father. How the heck do you wanna save your father when all you do is complain? Anyway, no hate towards the child but I do believe if they chosen another well performed child actor for the role of Meg, it’d be a better character. But I do quite impressed with the one who played Charles Wallace. That kid can deliver!
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by Cieldark – A Wrinkle in Our Minds
This movie blew my mind, but not in a good way. I was left wondering on how everything was thrown at us. You had the story. It didn’t make much sense at all. Okay, I understand that you have to go save the father, but there was no real character development. I believe that everything was rushed and didn’t have any meaning. When you saw the children meet Oprah, Kaling, and Witherspoon on the other planet, this was in the trailer, that was the highlight of the movie. I thought it would have been visually stunning, but it lacked in that department too. This movie was pretty much Disney’s Eragon. It failed miserably. If you want to see the best parts of the movie without seeing the movie, please just watch the trailer. I expected so much from Ava DuVernay in this movie, but was left wondering and confused. There are many different Disney movies coming up. I hope this isn’t the year that Disney leads us on a misdirection based on what we come to expect and deserve.
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by SmashandNasty – Despite its flaws, Wrinkle is an enjoyable 109 minutes of film
Meg Murray (Storm Reid) and her little brother Charles Wallace (Deric McCabe) embark on a cosmic journey to find their missing father (Chris Pine). Joined by Meg’s classmate Calvin O’Keefe (Levi Miller) and guided by the three mysterious astral travelers known as Mrs. Whatsit (Reese Witherspoon), Mrs. Who (Mindy Kaling) and Mrs. Which (Oprah Winfrey), the children brave a dangerous journey to a planet that possesses all of the evil in the universe.
Our take: It’s pretty enough to see in theaters. Post credit scene? No.
While Wrinkle has its flaws and it may miss a few marks, it is ultimately an enjoyable 109 minutes. Director Ava DuVernay takes the viewers on a journey and if they allow themselves to suspend their disbelief and remember what it is like to be a child, it’s an undeniably gratifying, beautiful, and inspired movie.
First of all, Disney stretched their production budget as far as they needed to and it is clear that no expense was spared. From the celestial couture of the “Mrs.” and their frequent extravagant costume changes to the sweeping CGI landscapes and the shimmering waves of the “tesser” this production team really outdid itself in spectacular fashion. The visuals alone make it worthwhile and certainly worthy of a trip to the theater.
There’s no denying that Wrinkle is a story that played well when it was written originally in the 1960’s, nestled in the pages of a book that you might have read in the 4th grade. It’s an easy read, but a hard movie to bring to the screen. The plot of the book is choppy, and the film stayed true to that, making sharp jumps from mesmerizing planet to planet, as well as scene to scene. There are some departures from the source material that seemed to be an attempt at overcoming the issues with the narrative therein, but it was clear that it hurt more than it helped. And while there weren’t any gaping holes in the plot, there are quite a few moments that don’t seem to make a whole lot of sense – even though we’ve read the book. But bridging the gaps in the narrative seemed to take a backseat to reinforcing the overall themes of the film, and perhaps that’s okay.
The end result is a film that’s completely digestible, regardless of the issues it might have. Every performance is strong, the message is powerful, and it makes strides for diversity and representation. As we said in our Annihilation review, we are all for smart, POC women taking the screen in roles as doctors and scientists, and in this case, a twelve-year-old physics prodigy that learns to love her natural hair.
Featuring: An immaculate performance by Reese Witherspoon. And one cannot ignore Disney’s typical outstanding ability to sound mix, perfectly matching the orchestral arrangements to the mood in every scene, down to the second.
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by Niviarulz – Pay attention to the critics dates that they posted
It’s pretty obvious that people are trying to give this movie a bad rating before it was even in the theaters. This movie is absolutely awesome! We read the book before seeing the movie and as in most cases it’s a little different. It was great to be able to put a face to a name. This is such a great movie! I would suggest ignoring what the critiques say and make your own decisions for yourself. Again, the movie came out today but there are people who have posted reviews from yesterday so that says a lot about people’s intentions.
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by Sylva Movie-Critic – Love this film!
Why are people hating on this film? imdb is showing an average user rating of 3 out of 10? REALLY?? Not only was this film gorgeous, but it kept most of the story in tact and translated the lessons and morality from the book to the screen perfectly. There was one plot hole I noticed but I was able to look past that because I was just having so much fun.
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by Racerdex – I Do Not Get The Low Scores
It is a kid flick and it is fantasy. My kids sat still, got scared and then were happy (about the happy ending). Additionally, my wife and I were able to sit through without resorting to speaking to each other, out of ennui. Overall, these are the qualities of a good kid’s movie, perhaps as it is viewed through mature eyes. No need to troll. It is simply another opinion. Hopefully, no heads exploded for it.
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by Downthehobbitholeblog – A Wonderful Reminder
We really enjoyed watching this movie! Following Meg on her adventure through the universe to find her father and discover the power within herself was a wonderful adventure. It was also a great reminder that we are worthy just the way we are. This is a great movie to go see with your pre-teens and teens! If you want a discussion guide to use afterwards we have one up on our blog now. Yes, there were differences from the book. But I was not expecting it to be exactly like the book and I was not disappointed. Yes, there were some Christian pieces of the book watered down- but I still saw God in so many places in the movie! The themes of light and love shone through. It was wonderfully acted and the imagery was beautiful! We highly recommend this movie!
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by Ilmffutyfl – The audience cried and applauded – a film for anyone ready to open their heart
The man to the left of me cried, the woman to the right of me cried. We applauded when the film ended, our hearts feeling moved and lifted. This movie does not deserve the 1/10 scores that it is receiving. Do not be fooled by these reviews. Weeks before the film came out, people vented their anger about it in the comments section of a NY Times article on it. They were afraid of a darker skinned female lead – not staying true to its source material, they claim. It is this kind of fear that the film challenges us to see and understand before it consumes us. This story is not about skin color, nor sexual anatomy. It is about the power of love and the destruction of fear. The director does an excellent job creating this moral lesson with cinematic vision that both children and adults can appreciate. It will move you if you have a willingness to be moved. There are some very significant lines spoken in this film, that if truly taken to heart, could change lives.
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by Gamoradianastar – Beautiful and Meaningful
I loved the book this movie is based on and I found this movie to be a wonderful adaptation. Everything about this movie is fantastic. From the acting to the costumes, this movie did such a good job of taking the beloved classic and putting it on the big screen. Miss Ava and her crew should be proud.
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by solearybrown-1 – Why all the bad reviews?
I loved this movie. I recently re-read the book and of course they changed a few things but that always happens. The book is very dark and I was happy that Disney left it creepy, dark and sad. The little guy who played Charles Wallace was great.
Review A Wrinkle in Time (2018) by blakebrown-09672 – This was without a doubt the most heart warming, intense, and majestic film of my life
I had mixed feelings about seeing this movie, but through it all, I walked away far more impressed with A Wrinkle In Time, than I have ever been with any other film since The Shawshank Redemption. The film relates to the world as one filled with heart, passion, love, beauty, majesty, and angst. It was intense, dramatic, and filled with compassion to an extent in which I’ve never seen in a film. It was beautifully directed, and the actors more than outdid themselves, they were in fact phenomenal and I’m in fact shocked by the reviews that I’ve seen posted on here. Let me be the first to tell you that they are dead wrong. I don’t take films or their artistry lightly, and by no means are the people downing this film correct in any way. This was by far the best movie I have ever seen in my 25 years on this planet. It had me in tears, laughing out loud, angry, anxious, and full of love to the point where it touched my heart to its very core. I believe that everyone who is interested in a well done and an artistically beautiful film needs to see this one. It will stay with me for the rest of my life, and I would see it 1000 times over, just for the sheer joy it brought to me and my loved ones. It is more than worth it, and you’ll walk away from it feeling better than when you’d walked in. Prepare yourself for an amazing ride, and enjoy!