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Chloe and TheoA homeless woman and a lawyer help an Eskimo bring his message of change to the United Nations. Theo, an Inuit from the Arctic, travels to New York City to warn world leaders about the catastrophic impact of global warming on the planet. Upon arrival he meets a homeless girl named Chloe, who has an unusual vigor for life, is mildly delusional, and completely obsessed by Bruce Lee. Together, they will save the world.
Actors of "Chloe and Theo"
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Directors of "Chloe and Theo"Ezna Sands
Creators of "Chloe and Theo"Ezna Sands
Critic Reviews of "Chloe and Theo"Philadelphia InquirerSeptember 03, 2015
Chloe & Theo is a mess of a message movie, simplistic, sappy, silly.Seattle TimesSeptember 03, 2015
1970 called and it wants its claim on whimsical, anti-establishment, hippy-dippy movies back.New York TimesSeptember 03, 2015
There's a line between a narrative that's deliberately simple and one that's painfully childish, and it's not all that fine. But it's one "Chloe & Theo" crosses repeatedly.Minneapolis Star TribuneSeptember 03, 2015
It makes us wonder why bad things happen to good people. Including movie audiences.New York Daily NewsSeptember 03, 2015
This tale of an Inuit coming to New York City to warn about the perils of climate change is like a 1970s PSA, complete with stock, one-note characters and message-y dialogue.New York PostSeptember 02, 2015
An insipid global-warming fable about an innocent Inuit who comes to New York City to save us all from ourselves, "Chloe & Theo" plays like an unintentional mashup of "Being There" and "Elf."Common Sense MediaJanuary 26, 2016
Drama with positive but trite messages about the environmentFILMINK (Australia)October 21, 2015
Chloe and Theo is about the difference a Bruce Lee loving westerner has on the life of a mild-mannered, peaceful Inuit. It most certainly should have been the other way round.The PlaylistSeptember 12, 2015
The true failing of the "Chloe And Theo," is its blatant insensitivity.Metro Times (Detroit, MI)September 10, 2015
Good intentions do not a good movie make. And it's sad to say, but Johnson was far more convincing in 50 Shades of Grey.Film Journal InternationalSeptember 08, 2015
Relentessly twee and monumentally muddled.Paste MagazineSeptember 04, 2015
Chloe & Theo, in other words, fumbles every aspect of its moral play in frighteningly embarrassing ways.
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