A koala named Buster recruits his best friend to help him drum up business for his theater by hosting a singing competition.

Sing Details

Title Sing
Air Date Dec 08, 2016
Runtime 110 Minutes
Networks Universal Pictures, Illumination Entertainment,
Genres Animation, Comedy, Family, Music,
Country United States of America,
Languages en,

Sing Casts


  • Great songs and great characters

    November 26th, 2016

    I knew I was in for a good music movie when the first song gave me chills.. I went into this movie expecting lots of songs and gags, and they are there, but I didn't expect to start caring about the characters and their stories. SING brings together a talented cast and writers for a movie that transcends some of the animated movies out there. The ...

  • Excellent movie. Clean entertainment for kids.

    December 19th, 2016

    We saw Sing at a free preview organized by the makers and AMC. I really enjoyed watching the movie with my kids. I appreciate the fact that the makers did not resort to toilet humor to generate laughs. The entertainment was clean. There were no unnecessary sexual references.. I like kids movies that inspire and Sing managed to do that. It encourag...

  • Brilliant

    December 4th, 2016

    I have just seen Sing with Hubby and two 7 year old's we all thought it was absolutely brilliant. It is rare for us all agree we all enjoyed a film. In fact this is the only one this year.. The music was first class lots of heads rocking to the beat, it had a good variety of music and I am even considering getting the soundtrack.. Rosita Pig was m...

  • SING will Blow You Away!

    December 12th, 2016

    We just finished seeing "SING", and it is undeniably effervescent and will make you leave your cares in the cinema and burst with youthful glee as you witness the effect of the performances on the little children (and some adults), and the happiness emoted from their actions. IF that doesn't make you want to see this probably shouldn't...

  • Sing is the most enjoyable of the musical computer-animated movies we've seen this year!

    December 21st, 2016

    This is the third computer-animated movie in a row that features actual singing by the characters after Trolls and Moana. The title basically means just about every character is singing something because it's about a singing contest being produced because the producer wants something that brings the people to his theatre, not like those previous s...

  • Sing

    December 22nd, 2016

    I went into this movie not expecting very much. I had recently seen Zootopia and Pets, both animated movies set in worlds full of solely animals, and had similar expectations. Sing, however, had much more of a plot than I had expected. The animals go through some real issues and struggles faced by people who own small businesses or businesses rela...

  • One of the Best, Feel Good films of 2016!

    November 29th, 2016

    I got a chance to view "Sing" at a early Pre-Screening and it was an absolute blast. Starring the film was an all star cast, too many to name and they all did a spectacular job singing and acting, the main star that gave me goosebumps singing was Tori Kelly, she can sing the house down. The movie was a feel good movie and it had things for both Ki...

  • Why would it be this

    December 29th, 2016

    The twists are predictable, the scenes are unlogic, 5.5/10, can't be any higher.. But...wait, why would it be this? Sure those are the thoughts in my mind, but why hands are shaking, why there are jellyfishes swimming in my eyes? Although there is the most clichéd routine, and the most nonsensical plots, but with the earnest production and the pe...

  • Sing is not worth singing praise about. It was just alright. Mediocre.

    January 17th, 2017

    Besides Disney & Pixar, Illumination Entertainment has been on something of an animation roll as of late, ever since 2010's 'Despicable Me'. Despite, most of their films, not being hits with critics, their movies continue to make mad cash. Sadly, their newest movie 'Sing' is one of their weakest. Directed & written by Garth Jennings and co-directe...

  • Dubious, vapid, trite, shallow, with nothing really to say at all

    March 5th, 2017

    Trailing miles behind Pixar/Disney in the story department Illumination doesn't seem to be able to deliver anything worthwhile to audiences in terms of insight, laughs and meaning. They're still stuck in another decade as far as quality animation with depth is concerned, and this movie is not only no exception it pushes the bar even lower for them...

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