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It may add 3D to the original, but Hoodwinked Too! is missing the first installment's wit and refreshingly low-budget charm.
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Hoodwinked Too is a fun fractured fairy tale.
Full of manic momentum and nattering, witless word play, the movie has all the charm of a mudslide.
There are some nice 3-D swoops and drops, but the more vertiginous entertainment of the film is in the script, as what we think we know is deliciously turned inside out.
Remember the first "Hoodwinked," five years ago? Remember how it ended with the promise of a sequel? Remember how many times you've wondered when-oh-when-will-it-finally-come? Me neither.
A flat, plodding and largely mirthless affair.
Parents should take their children to "Hoodwinked Too! Hood Vs. Evil," if only because kids are never too young to learn the important and liberating skill of walking out of a movie and demanding a refund.
... an unpleasantly insipid film. [Full review in Spanish]
If you're looking for an animation that is rife with pop culture references and riffs on fairytales; save yourself the agony and watch Shrek instead.
Surely too much money has been spent on the cast and the 3D rather than on fashioning an intelligent, funny script.
As with the wicked witch, there's something inherently untrustworthy, even slapdash, about this whole affair.
A modern fairy tale that will not have a happy ending for anyone paying to see it
If your little ones are clamoring for this then make them wait for cable.
Now I like the first Hoodwinked movie very much, and for a low budget CG film its very funny and keeps you entertained, so when I heard they were going to make a bigger budgeted 3-D sequel I was interested, but the better CG doesn't add to how poorly this film was made, the CG may be better, but the lip synching is terrible and the voice acting isn't that good. Though Patrick Warburton was still funny as the Wolf, the new voice actors just didn't do it for me. The villains of the film are lame and annoying along with their voices and attitudes, there were only a few real moments that made me laugh, the plot is forgettable, and it rips off Star wars which is inexcusable to do, and they even have a moment where Ben Kenobi talks to Red and says "Wrong person." That is just flat out stupid. The only real thing I liked in this film was the scene with the three little pigs being bad mercenaries, but the funny thing about it is that Cheech marin plays one pig and Chong plays another, and I found that pretty funny actually, but the rest of the film is just crap, and Is undoubtedly the worst film I've seen this year.
It's a kid's movie, what more to say, really? It did seem to have a not too bad storyline, so shouldn't be too painful for any adults watching, but I am sure it is not really something an adult would pick out to watch alone! A few laughs and some good characters.
The first one was better than this. They should have left the movie alone after making that.
This is one of the worst animated films in history. Hoodinked Too finds Red (Hayden Panettiere), training with a mysterious covert group called the Sisters of the Hood. But Red is forced to cut her training short when she gets an urgent call from Nicky Flippers (David Ogden Stiers), who returns as head of the super-secret Happily Ever After Agency, aka the HEA. A wicked witch (Joan Cusack) has abducted two innocent children, Hansel (Bill Hader) and Gretel (Amy Poehler), and Nicky needs Red for the search-and-rescue mission. Granny (Glenn Close) and the rest of the Hoodinked gang-including the ever-clueless Wolf (Patrick Warburton) and his over-caffeinated little partner, Twitchy (Cory Edwards), join Red to solve the forest's latest caper. The plot of this film was so boring, and I mean so boring, that I might as well have slept through it all. The all star voice cast must be really up for cash these days, because people, I have never seen such talent go to crap like this. The animation, is almost as bad as a straight to DVD animated childrens movie, and thats some pretty bad animation. They tried making this a action film also, and it was horrible, it was like Mission Impossible for Ages 2-4. This movie may be fine for kids, but I found this agonizing to watch and I hope I never have to experience it again, one of the worst films of 2011.
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