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Happy Feet Two

Rated PG for some rude humor and mild peril.

PG In Theaters 11/18/2011 , 99min.
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May 14, 2012
It was a very good and enjoyable movie
December 07, 2011
From my six year old's point of view, this movie was downright boring, and I heartedly agree. First of all, most of the penguins looked so similar, it was difficult to tell them apart, and all of them talked and talked and talked about who knows what. Ditto for Bill and Will the krill. The exception was the Elephant Seal (who never backs up!) and his babies Secondly, the scenery (although
December 05, 2011
November 27, 2011
Linda Yesterday I saw Happy Feet 2 . The animation was excellent and the characters were cute. I do have one complaint that I have not heard from anyone yet. The way the characters speak is somewhat disturbing. We should be teaching our children to enunciate and speak correctly. Did anyone besides me notice this, and find this a problem.?
November 27, 2011
I love,my dad hates it

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Philadelphia Inquirer
Although it's set on the same frozen continent, Happy Feet Two is worlds away from its predecessor. Full Review
Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic
A jumbled, messy movie that has some winning moments but jumps around too much to hold your interest for long. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
As a low-cost baby-sitter, this high-energy sequel definitely does the trick. Full Review
Jaime N. Christley
Slant Magazine
There's something about these films, something about the working-over these songs suffer--a wrongness that's intangible but inescapable, like the unseen menace of a bad dream. Full Review
Justin Chang
Though it retains the buoyant musical stylings and splendid visuals that made its predecessor so distinctive, this chatterbox of a sequel loses its way with a raft of annoying side characters for which the slender narrative framework provides far too indulgent a showcase. Full Review
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