The Angry Birds Movie 2

The Angry Birds Movie 2

The Angry Birds Movie 2

Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad and Bill Hader return to lend their voices to the sequel to 2016's animated action comedy based on the popular mobile game. Newcomers include Rachel Bloom and Awkwafina.

When a new threat puts both Bird and Pig Island in danger, Red (Sudeikis), Chuck (Gad), Bomb (Danny McBride) and Mighty Eagle (Peter Dinklage) recruit Chuck’s sister Silver (Rachel Bloom, TV's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) and call on pigs Leonard (Hader), Courtney (Awkwafina) and tech-pig Garry (Sterling K. Brown, Black Panther) to form a rag-tag team to save their homes.

2019Rating: PG, V97 minsUSA, Finland
AnimatedKids & Family

The Angry Birds Movie 2 / Reviews

Stuff

Stuff

With its bickering family of disparate cross-species characters and regular segues to a trio of chicks attempting to rescue one of their number's unhatched siblings, it's hard not to see the similarities between this and the Ice Age series (it even shares a writer – Peter Ackerman). But if you're after undemanding fare for primary schoolers in the next few weeks that you might also get a chuckle or two from, then Birds is the word.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Van Orman approaches this expanded universe with something of the visual ambition of Pixar's Brad Bird and a restless, playful spirit reminiscent of the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs films.

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Time Out

Time Out

Like 'The Godfather' with more giant purple birds, this is a sequel that improves on the original.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

The complications are ludicrous, but the movie navigates them with cheek and verve, and the jokes land with surprising consistency.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

"Angry Birds 2"... tosses story, character and sense aside, and opts for a go-for-broke style of humuor. The hoops our heroes jump through become increasingly surreal and hilarious.

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Variety

Variety

Maintains the balance of scattergun jokes, candy-coated visuals and cheerfully bird-brained storytelling that raked in $350 million worldwide in 2016.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

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.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Ticks plenty of lightweight fun boxes for its prime target audience of younger children, with just enough adult humour to keep parents from yawning too.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Moving beyond the confines of the app's premises, The Angry Birds Movie 2 starts slow but flourishes into breezy, colourful fun.

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