The Angry Birds Movie 2 is absolutely a children’s film, and not a family film, with no where near enough content for anyone over the age of ten to genuinely connect with the film
Chirpy, mildly charming but essentially uneventful, The Angry Birds Movie 2 fits every criteria for ‘standard animated sequel.’ Literally every single one: Romance. Friends with old enemies. Dancing.
Red (Jason Sudeikis), famed hero of Bird Island after the first film, and his gang of fighters are forced to team up with the villainous pigs when both of their homes are threatened by attacks from the mysterious Eagle Island.
Filled with silly jokes, sarcasm, and terrible puns, there’s no surprises in wait, unless fairly well known and recognisable voices making weird and unexpected cameos in nearly every scene count. There’s a love of acting childish for almost all of them, and oddly enough, that doesn’t often make for the best children’s films.
The Angry Birds Movie 2 is absolutely a children’s film, and not a family film, with no where near enough content for anyone over the age of ten to genuinely connect with the film; but it’s inoffensive and nicely animated, and often that can be enough to get a feature of this level over the ‘We Did Okay!’ finish line.
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