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Happy Feet Two 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Earnest messages about bad climate change and good parenting skills have been replaced by a we-all-share-a-planet sense of fun that's more...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

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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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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By Movie_goer9876
I was so looking forward to a cute, HAPPY sequel. After watching the first movie the night before, and remembering just how much I liked it, I couldn't wait to see what would happen next. 1st...

Happy Feet Makes you Feel hAPPY

By grandmajackie8
I actually saw it with my 16 yesr old grandaughter and we loved it. Great story and great music. The cast of characters were terrific. Loved Brad Pitt, Matt Damon and Hank Azaria. And all the...

Too Scary for Little Kids

By sandyktx
Way too scary for my 4 year old. Had to leave less than half way through, although the first Happy Feet is one of her favorite movies, and not too scary. Not many funny parts mixed in with the...

It's just okay

By ventcrazy
Saw the movie with my 6 year old daughter yesterday. We both liked it, but it wasn't that exciting. Very predictable story line. Great animation and music. But not fun enough....

Soooooooo Cute

By nikkid1971
The characters are so cute and funny. I love how they incorporated today's Hip Hop hits so the young, older and oldest kids could relate. Take your child and see for yourself....

feel good family movie..daddy knows best

By kaliluve
i took my three lilttle girls to see the movie. they loved it. i cried. i laughed. i feel in love. i wanted to dance in the asle with my little princesses....

Very cute and uplifting movie

By PamGifford723
My 11 and 7 year olds and I might admit, myself all really enjoyed this movie. I even found myself singing and dancing in my seat. I loved it!...

Too Cute!

By tysymc
Love the singing!! The movie lasted just long enough for my 3 year old to watch the whole thing without getting antsy, but it kept my 63 year old mother wanting more :) However, the krills were an...

Bad movie, not happy

By fitnessmarlene
I was disappointed in this movie. Here's why: 1) Too scary - my 3 year old indicated several times that it was too scary 2) Too much bad singing - I don't want to hear Pink singing for 5 minutes...

Great sequel to an awesome movie!

By kleather
Loved it! The story line was great and the singing was awesome! How can you go wrong with Pink? The baby penguins are adorable and fluffy!!...

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