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Happier Feet!

By sufiwarrior
Written November 21, 2011
It's not often a sequel surpasses the original, but this did for me. Overall an improvement over the original, which I found culturally offensive as it promoted too many stereotypes. My 7 year old and I found the humor laughable and fast paced. Good story that hung together.
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Happy Feet TWO

By suemalec
Written November 21, 2011
I NEVER see anything in 3D - that being said...... Happy Feet is a wonderful, feel-good movie for any age. If you have small children it teaches good morals - if you are older, it can reaffirm what you should already know but may have forgotten. I laughed; I cryed and was joyous when they were finally free; I also felt victorious when the 'bully' birds could not get them! I don't see why anyone would go see vampires when these types of good family movies are available - please never stop making wholesome movies. This will get added to our collection when available on DVD.
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Stupid, Boring, no storyline- Good Animation

By beejohnson
Written November 22, 2011
This was majorly dissapointing, and I'm not that hard to please when it comes to movies. My biggest complaint is that there was no real storyline and it was boring as hell.
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First one was way better

By CTM1989
Written November 21, 2011
I think this time around the writers tried to hard to live up to the first movie. The plot almost made no sense as there were way to many new characters and the story line wasn't clear. As a big fan of the first movie I was hoping this one would be just as good but I was thinking that this type of movie wouldn't do well with a sequel and I was right.
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Oh My god, it didnt even draw a laugh from the 5 year olds...AVOID

By Dark_Chameleon
Written November 28, 2011
This makes sequals uneasy, its so dire, i couldnt laugh at it, the kids couldnt laugh at it, i walked out half way through and other parents were looking like they wished they could join me. This is like buying the inanimate toys the kids scream to get for xmas when we know they will spend more time with the box then the toy. I felt like I'd been robbed at the ticket counter it was that dire. Grade:- D (this had a list of stars long enough for a chairty auction and failed miserably)
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