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    Annie, a foster kid living with her mean foster mom, suddenly becomes a puppet in unrighteous campaign move of business tycoon and New York mayoral candidate Will Stacks. Stacks believes that Annie will play her role innocently but her brightness, stubbornness and intelligence let Stacks down and cause the happenings become more and more complicated.
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    Stitch Anonymous
    wtf why is the new Annie have the cover of the old Annie
    2017-12-04 06:12
    Astronomical Anonymous
    Do you have the old version of Annie
    2017-11-04 18:11

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  • Actors of "Annie"

  • Characters of "Annie"

    Oliver Warbucks. Character of Annie
    Played by: Jamie Foxx
    Annie. Character of Annie
    Miss Grace Farrell. Character of Annie
    Played by: Rose Byrne
    Lou. Character of Annie
    Played by: David Zayas
    Miss Hannigan. Character of Annie
    Played by: Cameron Diaz
    Tessie. Character of Annie
    Isabella. Character of Annie
    Pepper. Character of Annie
    Played by: Amanda Troya
    Michael J. Fox. Character of Annie
    Played by: Michael J. Fox
    Andrea Alvin. Character of Annie
    Played by: Mila Kunis
    Simon Goodspeed. Character of Annie
    Played by: Ashton Kutcher
  • Directors of "Annie"

    Will Gluck. Director of Annie
    Will Gluck
  • Creators of "Annie"

    Will Gluck. Director of Annie
    Will Gluck
    Aline Brosh McKenna. Director of Annie
    Aline Brosh McKenna
    Birthdate: 2 August 1967, New Jersey, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Annie"

    Toronto Sun
    January 09, 2015

    The song selection and its presentation seems out of his control.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    December 29, 2014

    Even Sandy the dog looks like he's had enough.

    New Yorker
    December 29, 2014

    The vigorous display of good feelings and comforting resolutions has an unusually effervescent sincerity, even if the rags-to-riches wish-fulfillment leaps over all the hard knocks.

    TIME Magazine
    December 23, 2014

    A teeter-totter between O.K. and Meh.

    Christian Science Monitor
    December 19, 2014

    Considering this musical has its roots in Depression-era American, Gluck's contemporary take on the material is eerily lacking in observations about the rich/poor divide in this country.

    Film Inquiry
    May 11, 2017

    Every time it seems that Hollywood may finally be winding down with their producing of endless unnecessary remakes, a movie like Annie comes along to remind us just how creatively bankrupt the mainstream movie industry remains.

    National Newspaper Publishers Association
    March 07, 2017

    You may grimace at some points, but kids might like it anyway.

    September 26, 2016

    There's nothing wrong with reworking the score of Annie -- as this film does -- but too often, the movie seems a little embarrassed to be a musical at all, making it seem as if it's having a crisis of confidence.

    New Zealand Herald
    April 26, 2016

    This seems like a film that doesn't really want to be a musical.

    Independent Online (South Africa)
    March 07, 2016

    The film makes it to three stars simply for a hilarious scene in which Stacks takes the kids to watch a movie, which is a most brilliant Twilight parody, called MoonQuake Lake.

    Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
    May 25, 2015

    After its sly opening--meta-jokes about the Annie we expect; a song-and-dance about class divides--the flick mostly gives us a cocky, fully-formed child, broadly shticked-out adults, a musical-ness that seems show-offy, and almost no political savvy.

  • Soundtracks of "Annie"

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