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Happy Feet 2 [DVD] 
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Animated comedy adventure sequel. Mumble the tap-dancing penguin (voiced by Elijah Wood) is dismayed to discover that his small son Erik (Elizabeth Daily) cannot, or will not, dance. Instead, Erik idolises The Mighty Sven (Hank Azaria), a penguin who can fly. With no hope of competing with this charismatic new role model, Mumble gives up all hope of passing his passion onto his son. But when their world comes under threat from powerful external forces, Erik realises that his father is a true hero after all. The film features the voice talents of Robin Williams, Pink, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon and Ray Winstone.
Home cinema showcases don’t come much more vibrant than the visually brilliant Happy Feet Two. Astonishingly well presented, in crystal clear 1080p, it’s a film that, from the off, rewards any decent investment made in home cinema equipment. 3D, too, has a habit of working best in animated productions, and there’s ample evidence of that on offer here. It’s not quite dancing penguins leaping off the screen, but it’s not too far off.
Not that the film needs expensive hardware, though, to work its charms. Taking its cue from the original, Happy Feet Two once more integrates toe-tapping music, lots of penguins, and no shortage of comedy. It’s the music that lifts the film and gives it its distinction, though. Wonderfully staged, the musical numbers are great fun, and the heart of the family entertainment that the film offers.
The Blu-ray also builds heavily on the family appeal, with some welcome features for younger audience members. The sing-a-long songs encourage you to join in with the musical mayhem, for instance, and are some of the highlights of the supplements. Look, too, at the How To Draw A Penguin guide. Perhaps it’s all a little shy on detailed making of material, but then Happy Feet Two, both the film and the Blu-ray, have been put together with entertaining a younger audience in mind. And whilst the movie itself isn’t the equal of its Oscar-winning forerunner, it’s still good fun, and unlikely to leave you feeling shortchanged.
And it really does look and sound stunning, too. --Jon FosterSee all Product Description
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The cast only brings back a few members from the first film, most notably Elijah Wood who reprises his role of Mumble, the non-singing but all dancing penguin and once again delivers a great performance, and he's very easy to listen to in his scenes. Alecia 'Pink' Moore takes on the role of Gloria, Mumble's wife, a role which was previously fabulously played by the late Brittany Murphy so she had big shoes to fill here, and she did a great job. She doesn't have that rawness and innocence that Murphy had, but brings something new to the role and I really enjoyed her performance, particularly her musical ones in this film, and I think she did an amazing job considering this is her first voice-over work! Robin Williams is once again back as Lovelace and Ramon, 2 different penguins, but equally insane... I'm glad he's back as no one else could ever be these characters!Read more ›
`Happy Feet 2'; cute penguins - check, singing - check, green message - check. More of the same then? Pretty much, but perhaps this time things are a little more subtle. Director George Miller has abandoned just following Mumble and tells the story of the entire colony. This allows him to increase the scale of the adventure and have something that resembles a story. The escapees visit different species in the hopes of finding aid - a message a comradeship and co-operation is told in a way that is far more natural than the forced green impact of the first film.
This sequel also benefits from Will and Bill, the Krill. They pop up, Scratch from `Ice Age' style, every few minutes to tell their own story of individuality, but are connected to the narrative as a whole. Brad Pitt and Matt Damon do a good job with the voice acting, but it is the animation of these sections that is immense. It takes something to impress me with CGI as the standard is so high in modern films - `Happy Feet 2' at times reaches Pixar levels of visual splendour. With some fun songs, great imagery and subtler story, `Happy Feet 2' is a better film than the first, but its basic structure still makes it only slightly above average.
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the film was ok but amazon video for prime, really is a terrible service.Published 13 days ago by Daniel Harris
Boring at the beginning but gets enjoyable. Krill scenes give comedic upliftment. Well worth watching as a family.Published 1 month ago by ♡
Loved it, enjoyed it, I may be in my 50's but it made me feel young a joyful again, Wonderful filming.Published 1 month ago by annec