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Happy Feet Two in 3D Synopsis
The son of Mumble (Elijah Wood), the tap-dancing penguin, is afraid to dance.

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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
Earnest messages about bad climate change and good parenting skills have been replaced by a we-all-share-a-planet sense of fun that's more...
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Philadelphia Inquirer

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Although it's set on the same frozen continent, Happy Feet Two is worlds away from its predecessor.
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Jennie Punter
Pitt and Damon deliver the best lines (wisecracks about the food chain, predators and evolution, etc.) but their characters also represent...
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
For me, Happy Feet Two is pretty thin soup. The animation is bright and attractive, the music gives the characters something to do, but the...
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Movieline

By Stephanie Zacharek
Robin Williams, who's sometimes too overbearing in real-life live action, makes a great cartoon-character voice.
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Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
Little kids, of course, will swallow it whole without thinking twice.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Todd McCarthy
Even with the addition of new characters, such as the ones voiced by Brad Pitt and Matt Damon, George Miller's animated sequel just isn't...
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USA Today

By Staff [Not Credited]
For a computer-animated movie about dancing penguins, it's surprisingly leaden. Not even the impressive voice talent can rev up this clumsy...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
As a low-cost baby-sitter, this high-energy sequel definitely does the trick.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
The movie's bereftness of invention can be measured by how no story element builds on another. Instead, Happy Feet Two is plotted so that a...
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Fun for the family

By iamtheeleon18
This was a really great movie for the whole family. I took out my sister & my brother to see this & it was just so much laughter going on....

AWESOME, FUNNY, TOUCHING!

By SCHILDS2008
THIS MOVIE BROUGHT ME TO TEARS. IM A GROWN WOMAN BUT I LOVE HAPPY FEET! IT ROCKS. I WOULD SEE IT AGAIN WITHOUT MY LITTLE ONE....

Bored Feet Two

By niczak
My wife, 7-year-old and myself attended this movie over the weekend and boy was it disappointing. About 45-minutes in our 7-year-old was asking if it was almost over and the vast majority of the film...

Happy Feet 2 made me happy!

By rocketdoctor
I was not in the mood for an animated film but promised my two daughters I would take them to a movie. I sat down expecting a decent movie (I liked Happy Feet) but it was much better than I expected....

We danced in our seats.

By TitaShi
I took my 4 of my neices and nephews. Ages range from 3 - 11 years old. My 3 year old nephew was not fond of the 3D glasses, but was able to keep it on for most of the move. I noticed the kids...

Happy feet two 3D

By sledmen
My grand daughter enjoyed it. I wear glasses so the 3D was a problem, had to watch this one because the regular showing was booked. All and all it was good. Kerry...

Wonderful animation and use of 3D

By HoodCritic1
Great from start to finish. Amazing themes of environmental awareness, shined through along with brilliant and vivid animation and powered by a great storyline about family ties, hero worship,...

Happy Feet 2

By Pueblo_Moviebuff
This is such a good movie. I laughed almost all the way through it. If you can go to see it please do, I want to see it again but will have to wait for awhile before I do....

Happy Feet, Happy Time

By wegner99
I went with my 7 year old daughter and we loved it! I thought it was better than the first. I was entertained and loved the music, dancing and singing. :)...

Blatant Morality Play with a couple of humorous krill...

By dsullivan13
I was hoping this wouldn't be a repeat of the first Happy Feet, and gratefully the entire movie wasn't designed to make me more aware of how evil I am as a human. The opening was excessively...

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Rated PG | For Mild Peril and Some Rude Humor
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 5+ Penguin sequel has fun musical numbers, a few mild scares.
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