The Angry Birds Movie 2 Reviews



  • The Angry Birds Movie 2
    • Genre : Animation, Adventure, Comedy
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG
    • Duration : -
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Columbia Pictures
    • Official Site : http://www.angrybirds2.movie
    • Reviews Rate
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Movie Reviews

  • the flightless birds' return arrives as a cheerful but gaudy and relentless mess: barfed up without pace or purpose, it's sugar-binge children's cinema of a largely ungainly stripe
    2 of 5 by Kevin Harley [The List Film (UK) ]
  • perked up by some ingenious slapstick and Leslie Jones' inspired voice work, this gumball-bright sequel to 2016's game-based spinoff is another unexpected pleasure
    by Guy Lodge [Variety ]
  • moving beyond the confines of the app's premises, "The Angry Birds Movie 2" starts slow but flourishes into breezy, colourful fun
    3 of 5 by Ian Freer [Empire Magazine ]
  • it is pleasantly manic while its vividly bright colours, swirling like a party pack of Smarties upended over your head, will appeal to your own little birds
    3 of 5 by Ed Power [Daily Telegraph (UK) ]
  • funnier than the first, this sequel benefits greatly from an infectious energy and writing which makes the most of the great cast. Great fun for the family
    4 of 5 by Fiona Francia [HeyUGuys ]
  • fun and breezy animated sequel; This sequel is littered with 1980s songs, plenty of visual gags, bright animation and very little subtlety
    3 of 5 by James Mottram [South China Morning Post ]
  • featherlight family fun; it still ticks plenty of lightweight fun boxes for its prime target audience of younger children, with just enough adult humor to keep parents from yawning, too
    by Stephen Dalton [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • "The Angry Birds Movie 2" is a perfect school holiday movie. Low on focus but high enthusiasm, the non-stop comedy antics will be a joy for younger viewers, and the accompanying adults won't find themselves left behind either
    3 of 5 by James Luxford [Metro (UK) ]

Reader's Reviews

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