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Happy feet two 3D

By sledmen
Written November 21, 2011
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
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Wonderful animation and use of 3D

By HoodCritic1
Written March 28, 2017
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, cooperation through adversity and standing out and finding your own way in the world. This was a movie that oozed fun and entertainment and was a movie that everyone should see. Though not as lighthearted as its predecessor, it wanted to be more mature and slightly darker and it gets away with it. Just amazing.
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Happy Feet 2

By Pueblo_Moviebuff
Written November 21, 2011
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.
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Happy Feet, Happy Time

By wegner99
Written November 21, 2011
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. :)
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Blatant Morality Play with a couple of humorous krill...

By dsullivan13
Written December 04, 2011
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 political, and the premise of a puffin named Sven "losing his home" and being the "last of his kind" played throughout as a reminder of the blight of humanity on the planet. I did enjoy the family dynamics and the sense of honor that the smallest of the characters brought to light. "Erik's Opera" was a little over the top, but the sentiment was heartfelt. To be honest, the most fun I had was visualizing what it must have been like in the studio having two megastars like Matt Damon and Brad Pitt voice the funniest characters in the entire movie. Will and Bill the Krill were hilarious and sufficiently entertaining to offset the somewhat depressing tone of this movie.
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