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  • Directed by-  Stephen Gaghan
  • Produced by- Joe Roth, Jeff Kirschenbaum, Susan Downey
  • Music by- Danny Elfman
  • Cinematography- Guillermo Navarro
  • Edited by- Craig Alpert, Nick Moore
  • Distributed by- Universal Pictures
  • Release date- January 17, 2020 (United States)
  • Running time- 101 minutes
  • Country- United States
  • Language- English
  • Budget- $175 million
  • Box office- $223.3 million


Dolittle is an American fantasy comedy-adventure film in 2020 directed by Stephen Gaghan.

Dolittle release date-

The Dolittle film was originally going to be released on May 24, 2019, by Universal Pictures but was moved to April 12, 2019, to avoid competition with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. The Dolittle film was later moved again to January 2020.

Dolittle movie review-

Dolittle film is making it's typically Online Scheduled VOD release on March 24 as the film opened in January. Robert Downey, Jr.’s first movie after the Marvel Cinematic Universe didn't go around well. However, many people who read review movies at home are now looking for new content to watch so the film is right on time.
The author Hugh Lofting first appeared in a series of children's books, John Dolittle is a pet dog who can speak to and Pretty much understand every animal. This latest version of the character which is also adapted serves as the first post-MCU gig for Robert Downey Jr, sporting a warped Welsh accent.

As the story opens, Dolittle grieves about his wife's death (and playing chess with a gorilla). He’s roused from his grief-stricken sabbatical by a couple of plucky kids who sneak into his compound and convince him to save Queen Victoria (played by Wild Rose’s Jessie Buckley), who is currently languishing in a coma, the possible victim of poisoning.

You may ask yourself why a veterinarian has been tasked with such a burden. There is no answer, but there is a quest: Dolittle must find some magical fruit to rekindle the Queen, so off he goes with a variety of animals (cowardly ape, shivering Polar bear, wisecracking ostrich) to not only save the monarch but ultimately his soul.

This all sounds good, but Tom Jones's asthmatic experience amid Downey's, a script that relentlessly bombards the viewer with anachronistic parallels in pop culture, and contemporary slang (a squid says "Snitches get stitches"), plus a largely unstructured story that ping-pongs from one adventure to another, with no emphasis or coherence, we’re left with a bizarre, extravagant, slapsticky mess.

Lacking the real-life movie magic of 1967 original, or the warmth of Eddie Murphy's ’90s reboot, this cynical reimagining is as lifeless and dead-eyed as it is digitally made. With a note maker (Syriana’s Stephen Gaghan) and stellar voice cast (Tom Holland, Emma Thompson, Rami Malek, Octavia Spencer) Dolittle 2020 offers something we already haven't seen.

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