James Stewart Jr. (born December 21, 1985), also known as Bubba Stewart, is an American professional motocross racer who competed in supercross riding the No. 7. Through his years of racing, he earned the nickname “The Fastest Man on The Planet”, due to his extraordinary talent, speed, athleticism and innovation. James is also known for innovating the "bubba scrub" or just "scrub", which revolutionized the sport and became a fundamental skill needed to compete in Professional Motocross. In 2008 he won every race and every moto of the AMA Motocross season. The only other person to do this is Ricky Carmichael. James is #2 in all time 450 Supercross wins(50), and #2 all time in Pro AMA wins(98). He was the first to bring major outside sponsorship to the sport (Nike), and the first to host his own television show "Bubba's World" which brought even more attention to the sport. He is arguably the most financially lucrative racer, bringing in endorsement deals paying him over $10M a year throughout his career. Known for his vibrant personality and big smile, James has been featured in news outlets like Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Maxim, ESPN The Magazine, GQ and many more. Additionally, Teen People named him one of “20 Teens Who Will Change the World”. He has the record for best rookie season, having won 10/12 Motocross races in 2002. James has 5 FIM World Champion titles from Motocross of Nations, and World Supercross. 4 AMA Supercross Champion titles, and 3 AMA Motocross Champion titles. He won the Redbull Straight Rhythm in both 2014 and 2015. He's a Motocross legend who battled the greats of multiple era's.
This is a bad movie which feels like a smartphone commercial! Ugh! Here are reasons why I despise this movie so much: 1. Horrible product placement; the entire point of the movie is to advertise smartphones and emojis.
2. Terrible jokes.
3. The story is REALLY predictable. I mean, very predictable.
4. Wasted talents of T.J. Miller, James Corden, Maya Rudolph, and others.
5. Underdeveloped characters.
6. The writers did a terrible job at representing the roles in the movie.
7. Patrick Stewart voices the poop emoji. Apparently Stewart himself said that his casting was meant to be a joke.
8. The meh emojis sound like they don’t want this to exist either.
9. The writing is aggressively childish.
10. If the movie was released in 2015, it would've made a lot more sense as emojis were popular back then. By 2017, however, emojis weren't really talked about that much, making this film even more pointless, much to my own dismay.
11. The movie forgets entirely about Hi-5's subplot and focuses only on Gene.
12. Moments that seem out of place for a kids' movie.
13. The innuendos are really bad.
14. False Advertising: Despite the heavy marketing of the aforementioned Poop Emoji on posters and in the trailers, this character, voiced by Patrick Stewart, only gets a few lines and doesn't even have an important role in the movie whatsoever.
15. The humans' story was barely even touched upon throughout the whole movie, essentially wasting a sub-plot that only comes off as a redundant afterthought.
16. The movie portrays the teens as phone addicts that can't communicate with each other except by text messages, clearly depicting the problem of teenagers spending all day long glued to their phones, but instead of criticizing this problem it encourages it.
17. Jailbreak rips off Wyldstyle from The LEGO Movie and Olivia “Sombra” Colomar from Overwatch.
18. The characterization does not make sense.
19. Smiler is a very predictable, generic and a lame villain, and her design has an uncanny valley feel to it, mainly because she always smiles no matter what.