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Happy Feet 2 2011

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Mumble the penguin has a problem: his son Erik, who is reluctant to dance, encounters The Mighty Sven, a penguin who can fly! Things get worse for Mumble when the world is shaken by powerful forces, causing him to brings together the penguin nations and their allies to set things right.

Starring:
Carlos Alazraqui, Lombardo Boyar
Runtime:
1 hour, 39 minutes

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Genres Children & Family, Animated, Musicals, Dance & Theatre, Comedy
Director George Miller, Gary Eck, David Peers
Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Lombardo Boyar
Supporting actors Jeffrey Garcia, Johnny A. Sanchez, Sofía Vergara, Robin Williams, Elijah Wood, Pink, Ava Acres, Benjamin Flores Jr., Meibh Campbell, Common, Magda Szubanski, Hugo Weaving, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Hank Azaria, Richard Carter, Lee Perry, Jai Sloper
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Universal, suitable for all
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Another wonderful night for fun and laughter with happy feet 2. To pure pleasure of entertainment from the animal section again. The kids will find it amusing also some older people as well. Not for teens as they have there own way of entertainment, Sheer pure delight with this movie, as to keeping you totally amused as not wanting to miss a thing. So if you found happy feet one marvelous than you won't be disappointed with this. Make sure you have all you munchies as not to disturb anyone during the show, gather up your chair relax and put your feet up to a fabulous and great night with the family.
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By R on 24 Sept. 2014
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I FOUND THIS A BASIC FOLLOW UP OF THE ORIGINAL, BUT WITH LESS SINISTER BITS TO MY MIND. SOME CLASSIC ROCK AND POP MUSIC IS USED, IN THE LARGE DANCE SCENES, WITH THE SMALL PENGUINS BEING THE USUAL CUTE FEATURE. GREAT GRAPHICS AND SOUND, WITH THE SAD NOTE ON HEARING ROBIN WILLIAMS VOICE FOR TWO OF THE CHARACTER, WHAT A LOSS!
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Often sequels are a real disappointment - not this one. The story of Mumbles' second attempt to save his penguin nation is filled with old and new characters, a great deal of humour, and an amazing soundtrack, including some classic Queen songs performed by Matt Damon and Brad Pitt (who knew???). At one point I even got a tear in my eye (how do they do that with animation?). The overriding theme is that everyone is special, and even the one can make a difference. A great treat for the whole family.
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I didnt know what to expect from the Happy Feet Sequel but I didnt expect it to be quite so lame. Really felt like they were trying to make another film for the sake of it ... poor story line, irritating voice overs. Glad I didnt bother spending a fortune on cinema tickets to see it at the cinema. This one will definitely be going in the charity shop box .. not worth a second viewing.
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My grandson loves this film and keeps telling me what's going to happen next! Despite that, he is still enthralled by all that happens and joins in with the singing and dancing. There are enough bits in the script to keep adults entertained too. The animation and creativity that has gone into the making of the film is superb.
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By Chloe S "Chick Lit Chloe" TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 28 Mar. 2012
Format: DVD
We're back in the South Pole for our second outing to the fab penguins for Happy Feet Two! Mumble is now all grown up, and a Daddy penguin himself to baby Erik, whose mummy is the lovely Gloria who we also saw in the first movie. However, Erik isn't a dancer like his dad or a singer like his mum... in fact he feels like he doesn't belong in Emperor Land at all. When disaster strikes the penguin colony by way of a huge iceberg cutting them off from the sea and consequently their food source of fish, Mumble, Erik and a couple of other baby penguins have to work together as a team to find out how to get their fellow penguins, including Gloria, out of there and to help them survive. They enlist the help of Ramon's old friends the Adélie penguins but will they be able to rescue the Emperor penguins before its too late? And why is Erik so reluctant to sing and dance? Does he have a talent all of his own?

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!
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Happy Feet two is a hilarious Sequel to Happy Feet. It is funny and entertaining for all ages. I bought it for my sisters 24th birthday and we both agree it is better than the first. The characters are cuter and funnier with some new additions - Will and Bill especially. We were in stitches at parts of the film and loved it. The story is a great follow on from the first and I imagine children would be as entertained as we were by it. A great film for everyone who loves animation and a good laugh.
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`Happy Feet', more like `Sappy Feet'. The original singing penguin film had a central environmental message that was about as subtle as using a grand piano to crack a pistachio. I don't mind a green agenda in a kid's film, as long as it does not get green around my gills. `Happy Feet 2' could be more of the same. Mumble and co. are back and they have all added the power of dance to their singing routine - imagine `Glee' but with penguins and less saccharin. When a chunk of the ice flow melts the entire colony of penguins are trapped except for Mumble, his son and a couple of other youngsters. Can they enlist the other animals to launch a rescue?

`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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