The last entry of the franchise manages to start out strong adding unique elements and characters blending with the character arc of Zenon but further along the story goes the new overshadows the nostalgia and signature of the franchise making it feel more of a spinoff than an addition of legacy. Add an erratic plot and a conflicting message of relevancy and purpose and you get an entry that lips to the finish line.
Visually entertaining and filled with the slapstick humor and creative animation you expect from the Looney Tunes and a entertaining villain in Don Cheadle are a few aspects of the movie that's shines but ultimately is dimmed by the emptiness of the whole experience. From an unweighted performance by Lebron James to a underlining message of trust and understanding that doesn't seem to be fleshed out.
This movies really takes advantage of the fantasy elements and merges it with the charm, heart, and ultimately the stakes of the world that's being built. The two leads compliment each other while being very much independent. The story is also well developed and manages to deliver a fulfilling ending.
This sequel takes the identity and essence of the original and elevates it by adding conflict within the characters making tension feel even more real and taking the message of inclusivity and flipping it showing the flaws in not only humans but zombies and werewolves alike.