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Academy Award® nominee Quvenzhané Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild) stars as Annie, a young, happy foster kid who's also tough enough to make her way on the streets of New York in 2014....  View more >

Starring Quvenzhané Wallis, Jamie Foxx, Rose Byrne...  View more >

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Jan 2, 2015
oops! Not 9,I meant 19! :-P
Jan 9, 2015
Excellent film. This was such an unexpected surprise. I have seen the original film and a couple plays of Annie and this is far above those in presenting the story line and it's entertainment value. A definite must see, you will not be disappointed.
Jan 11, 2015
Nov 24, 2017
A lukewarm remake of the 1982 movie which took the premise of the movie from the 1930's to the present. the make matters worse, the cast is less steller. I love the energy of Qurenzhane Wallis' energy but the supporting performers I found lacking. Cameron Diaz is weak as Miss Hannigan. I see Cameron as a very glamorous actress. I even wrote her a couple of letters, but she is miscast and Jamie Foxx can't do better as Daddy Warbucks. Only two supporting performers did help and they need to be honored. ; Rose Byrne and Stephanie Kutzuba. Byrne looks beautiful in her dancing scenes. Later I would see her in all my amazement in "Spy." Kutzuba looks incredible in a few scenes in the movie. I don't care what people think, I see her as beautiful. The 2014 movie is based on the 182 movie which is the bases of the 1977 Broadway play which is adapted from a comic strip in the 1930's. That comic strip has centered around The Great Depression. Take the premise out of the 1930's and transferred to the 2010's and noting much will come of it.

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