The Emoji Movie is not good. And by not good, I mean it’s at six-percent fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. That means basically everyone hated it — and by everyone, I mean almost literally everyone. Here are the most scathing reviews on the internet. 1. New York Post : "Please restore my eyes to their factory settings. They have seen “The Emoji Movie,” a new exercise in soulless branding, aimed primarily at little kids. But where another product-focused flick, “The Lego Movie,” had cleverness and heart, this thing is a piece of app. 2. Blu-ray.com : "A soulless endeavor and a painful viewing experience. Your kids deserve better." 3. TimeOut : "Disregard that PG rating and keep your children far away from director Tony Leondis’ vile animated faux-comedy. Beneath its trippy surface lurks an insidious philosophy hazardous to impressionable minds. The Emoji Movie openly rolls its eyes at full-fledged thought, legitimizing poor communication skills by cheering on the decay of attention spans. Early on, a character gleefully declares, “Words aren’t cool!” Is that the ideology the screenwriters embraced? It’s a fair question." 4. The Verge : "The deus ex machina in this film is a Twitter icon. Jailbreak and Hi-5, […]