Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil 3D Synopsis
Red (Hayden Panettiere) and Wolf are asked to investigate the disappearance of Hansel and Gretel.

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch

By Joe Williams
Mostly "Hoodwinked Too" is playing to young video gamers, with overblown action sequences and slangy 'tude.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
Hopped up like a kid on a sugar rush, Hoodwinked Too! tries to emulate the "Shrek" formula - mashing Hans Christian Anderson and the...
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Orlando Sentinel

By Roger Moore
The script is a mad, muddled blitz of one-liners and movie references. Some of the animation is a hoot, and a few voice actors stand out.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
The movie can't be saved from its own vices of manic pacing and tediously pro forma pop culture jokes.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Peter Hartlaub
The need for a sequel was zero - proved by the fact that the characters end the movie pretty much exactly where they started it.
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25

Boston Globe

By Tom Russo
By the time the giant, snarling spider shows up - the most boggling of the movie's various "holy schnitzel" touches - parents of the...
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Liam Lacey
It's outstandingly obnoxious.
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25

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
Memorable for being one of the most obnoxious animated movies of recent years.
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Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
As if by deliberate and vaguely sadistic design, Hoodwinked Too! Hood Vs. Evil leeches the fun clean out of the first "Hoodwinked" (2005).
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Todd McCarthy
One of the most obnoxious and least necessary animated films of the century thus far.
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Hoodwinked Too! Review

By vkpetzold
A very good movie. Took my six year old daughter and it was worth the price to see it. Very surprised it was very good! My daughter loved it and wanted to see it again!!!...

Good One!

By hkgabrielli422
I saw this movie with my husband and children. It was really funny. Their was a lot of references to old story tales. It definitely kept to the original story line. We all loved it. My husband...

A good family laugh

By pianogal4188
If you've seen the first one and love it, you're in for a treat. All the favorite characters return, and although not as originally creative as the first film, the recurring play on other movies...

Hoodwinked Too!

By PastorGaryW
It was one of the worst movies I have ever sat through. The 3D effect was not worth the extra money paid. The lip-synch was really bad. I have never paid $12.25 for a movie that was a real bore to...

Hoodwinked too! Hood vs. Evil

By Kelliday
Thought it was a cute movie for my boy. However he brought a girl friend and she was a little scared at the beginning but ended up liking it. I wouldn't suggest it for a child younger than 6 though....

Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil 3D

By dee_love_movies
Good Sequel...

Ok movie for kids that watched the first one

By Hunterace0
Ok, I took my 8 year old to see this movie. Let me start off by saying he loved it becuase he had seen the first one and could follow the plaot with the characters. I took about 3 different 5 minutes...

Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil 3D

By Tdyer729
I took my 5 year old son to see this movie! He really enjoyed it and laughed throughout. Most of the jokes were for teenagers and adults so I enjoyed it as well. The 3D was a waste of money and...

hoodwinked too

By mmorgan300
great movie had a very good time with the kids....

Terrific sequel!

By circecat
In this wonderful follow-up to the first "Hoodwinked" movie, we now find Red back east undergoing training that's a combination of martial arts and cooking. Meanwhile, Wolf, Granny, Twitchy and our...

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Rated PG | For Some mild rude humor, language and action
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 7+ Fairy tale sequel has tired jokes, tedious references.
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