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Fairly predictable and gators looked unrealistic. It is also unlikely these people would have survived so many attacks since gators don't just bite and let go, as well as their injuries while staying conscious and highly mobile. It wasn't too boring/bad of a watch though.
If this had followed the supposed plot of a wolf stealing a child, would still have been incredibly poor thought out. There's no way to know which wolf did it, it's not like handing the father a dead wolf's going to make up for the fact the mother couldn't keep an eye on her fresh meat walking around in front of a hungry animal.
But it didn't even turn out to have that plot. It had no plot but unexplained insanity and stupidity shared around. The movie was incredibly inaccurate, with the man's wolf howl sounding more like a dying cow, and the wolves' off-behavior. Wolves are more scared of humans and there is no way a pack would turn from feeding on a kil to chase a man a good distance away from them.
Their parents tell terrible bedtime stories about battle and songs about drowning- no wonder poor Elsa got a bit messed up the first movie... Olaf is rather out of character and the songs aren't very good/catchy. The animation was lazy. I would suggest just sticking with the first movie, especially for kids.
Fairly predictable, bad puns, and borrowed quite a lot from other movies. The random different accents on characters was a little weird too. It was okay for a kids movie though.