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Plot: Mumble's son, Erik, is struggling to realize his talents in the Emperor Penguin world. Meanwhile, Mumble and his family and friends discover a new threat their home -- one that will take everyone working together to save them. Runtime: 100 Minute Release Date: 17 Nov 2011
Beautiful animation and an enjoyable film (by u4126785)
I really enjoyed Happy Feet Two. The animation is truly amazing, akin to that of avatar if not better. I saw it in 3D which I highly recommend. The scenes with the Krill swarm are truly mesmerising. I found the story a little slow to start off with but once I got into it I really enjoyed it. In particular I found the Will and Bill characters Damon and Pitt enjoyable. It was probably not as funny as its predecessor but still makes for an enjoyable movie. I also enjoyed the 80s rock ballads and there is some great singing from Pink. I can't understand why the critics have been so harsh on <more>
this film I really enjoyed it and it is worth seeing for the animation alone. Well worth while for the whole family.
Happy Feet 2 is amazing. As a 12 year-old, I suppose I haven't watched even a total of 30 movies or such to rate this as 10 but in my opinion, Happy Feet 2 is almost as good as the first. It contains the hilarity and also amazing songs, similar to Happy Feet 1. I watched this movie with about 19 of my classmates and two of my teachers as a farewell on our graduation from school. When Erik started singing to the elephant seal, the scene itself was so sad I couldn't help but start crying. And I love those two krill, Bill and Will if I'm not mistaken...One asked the other of they <more>
could have children and the other replied that they were both males. Hilarious! My favourite quote "We're doomed and they're dancing. Unbelievable!" I recommend this movie to others because I enjoyed, became emotional and had a lot of fun!
I think that this film is criticised too much. I absolutely loved the film and its storyline. I love the character of Mumble and how he is trying to be a good dad which is a real life problem for some men. This film made my Christmas list for 2012 and I cant wait to see again.The Music and dance numbers were fabulous and the actors who portray the voices of the characters were terrific. I love the fact they made a sequel of the film as I wanted more after the first movie. The Kril in this movie were hilarious and the family side for Mumble and Erik made me emotional as it shows a young child <more>
who realised that their true hero and role model is their Father.I cant wait to get this film on DVD and give it a 10 out of 10. I love Happy Feet and Happy Feet 2
Happy Feet 2.0; Great visuals - state of the art. A darker storyline that adults will love (by MosHr)
The first thing that stood out for me in the movie is the absolute scale of most of the shots, thousands of penguins dancing, with it all feeling natural instead of it looking like a giant copy and paste operation with a bunch of a cloudy and blurry wiggles all over the screen. The penguins seamlessly transform from the documentary penguin visuals we are accustomed to, to the talking penguins. Visually and technically, it's a marvel and the ticket price is worth it for that alone.The first Happy Feet was five years ago and I remember it having a lighthearted feel to it. This new Happy <more>
Feet Two movie starts with a foreboding view of earth from space where the ice shelves are cracking off from the south pole. It then moves to a penguin dance to the song "Rhythm Nation" that is almost a military march and then to our our new baby penguin protagonist Erik, who is unable to both sing or dance. Gone are the themes of heart-songs and tap dancing. The south pole has become a dangerous ice jungle with calamities and predators at every corner. The themes have changed from individualistic to the nationalistic, the characters from didactic to the cautionary. I think adults will enjoy this change of tone but I don't know how kids will feel about the new dark and non-individualistic themes.The most jarring aspect of the movie is the accents. Some characters have neutral American accents while some have African-American stylings. Sea-elephants have British accents as do some penguins. A different nation of penguins all have Spanish accents. I don't know if there is a method behind all these accents but I can't help but imagine an underlying social or political commentary in the story. Or, it could just be my imagination.Overall, it's a great movie and I suggest you definitely go see it. The ticket price is worth it for the visuals alone. The engaging story and the great singing are just bonus value.
YYIIHAAA.. great movie. Just as nice as the first version. Children and adults who like animation movies : this is the movie for the X-mas days. Don't miss it. I like my Happy Feet friends on the big screen. But not all the penguins are happy because the ice rock they live on, is melting. There is a funny, virtual, non-profit penguin event to stop the climate crisis so the penguins keep living like they prefer. If you like these animals on the screen and also alive and are also worried about the non-natural climate changes ... please enjoy this event : "Defart" your penguin <more>
with Beans Airways, enjoy the flight,find a good place for your igloo and reserve some space for your friends on the virtual streets in Durban, and enjoy the party at the beach. Enjoy on pissedoffpenguins.com
Ignore the bad reviews it is unwarranted! (by chrichtonsworld)
Happy Feet 2 delivered on so many levels that I simply could not believe the negative comments on here.There was an extremely high cuteness factor,comedy,thrills,action,song and dance,beautiful animation and drama. What more do you want? Maybe a bit too much drama for some. But seeing how it ended it was very fitting.It reminded me of the classic disaster movies where obstacles had to overcome. And when they did it was like the best feeling ever. In that aspect it was a very old fashioned approach. Yes people,nothing wrong with loving a feel good movie. Unlike the first movie the hints <more>
towards the environment issues we face today were far more subtle and less darker. For someone who dislikes musicals I was loving this one.At least a lot of the songs made sense and served a purpose. Happy Feet 2 entertained me from the minute it started until the finish. And that is saying something because only a few movies have been able to do that in 2011. So please ignore the bad reviews,you won't regret it.
Indifferent to the first one, I loved this (by neil-476)
I was not first in the queue at the multiplex when Happy Feet came out. Despite being a fan of CGI movies, I'm not a dancing enthusiast and, frankly, I got the joke - dancing penguins, ha ha - without actually seeing the film. Also, much as I like Robin Williams live and in straight roles, I can have enough of him quite quickly when he is voicing animated characters. Anyway, I finally saw it, and it was exactly what I expected - OK, albeit the underlying gag was not sufficient to underpin a feature-length movie.Clearly, I was out of step, because in due course along comes Happy Feet 2. Oh <more>
well, I reasoned, hopefully the 3D will be enough to keep me interested.Now it seems that not only was I out of step on Happy Feet 1, I'm also out of step on Happy Feet 2, because I loved it. The dancing is kept to a minimum and such dancing as there is takes place in strict service to the demands of the plot. After what looked as if it was going to be, worryingly, a retread of the first movie Mumbles' young son Eric is also rhythmically challenged and wanders unhappily away from the Emperor penguins' colony , Eric's terpsichorean shortcomings are overlooked as a we meet some new characters - specifically an Australian elephant seal and a pair of Krill voiced wonderfully by Brad Pitt and Matt Damon , and b a huge iceberg traps the Emperor colony, putting them at risk of starvation. Only Mumbles, Eric, and Eric's two chick friends can with help save the day.There is a lot more story here than in the first film, and much of it is very suspenseful. There are some wonderful visuals, some hysterically funny dialogue from the two Krill Will and Bill Krill - Will is determined to reverse roles and become a carnivorous predator, to the horror of his meek friend Bill , and some inspired moments which choke you up with emotion at the same time as making you laugh. I never thought I would use the adjective "idotically" with the noun "beautiful", but when a pack of Krill start geometric pulsations of their fluorescence in time to their tap dancing to Under Pressure on the underside of an iceberg, idiotically beautiful is the only way to describe what you are seeing.Oh, and the 3D, while not essential, has some spectacular moments.I loved it.
Man, Can Those Penguins Dance! (by Chris_Pandolfi)
Like its predecessor, "Happy Feet Two" succeeds by reaching beyond the expectations of an animated family comedy. It's not that there's music; it's that the music is expertly orchestrated and perfectly in sync with the visuals. It's not that there's singing and dancing; it's that both are handled with the care and precision of a professional stage production, and that they're done on a scale large enough that it surpasses amusement and achieves an unexplainable satisfaction. Not bad when you consider that all the dancers are penguins. The animation is <more>
spectacular, the Antarctic renderings are superb, the characters are engaging, the plot is both fun and timely, and the voice work is on par with the best cartoon movies. The biggest surprise is the 3D, which is bright enough to see and immersive enough to seem uncanny.If you recall the original film, an emperor penguin named Mumble was ostracized because he could dance but not sing. Since that time, Mumble voiced by Elijah Wood has not only been accepted by his fellow penguins but has also made dancing itself acceptable. Indeed, the film opens with brilliant display of choreography, with penguins tapping their feet, shaking their tails, and waving their flippers as far as the eye can see. In an ironic twist of fate, Mumble's young son, Erik voiced by E.G. Daily , lacks the ability to dance and feels out of place. When he and a group of friends ventures to neighboring penguin nation – where we're reintroduced to the sassy Ramon voiced by Robin Williams – he witnesses a congregation presided over by the zealous Lovelace also voiced by Williams and a new character, a Swedish puffin named The Mighty Sven voiced by Hank Azaria , who passes himself off as a penguin with the ability to fly.Erik is inspired by Sven and thinks he has finally found his purpose in life. How can Mumble break it to him that penguins cannot actually fly? At the moment, that doesn't much matter; the melting of ice sheets and rapid movement of glaciers has changed the land to such a degree that Mumble's people are trapped. This would include his love, Gloria voiced by Pink, replacing the late Brittany Murphy . Freeing them depends on the destruction of a massive ice shelf. This will require far more than the assistance of Lovelace and his penguin nation. It will also require elephant seals, including a bully who calls himself The Beach Master voiced by Richard Carter . How he comes to be in Mumble's service, I leave for you to discover.In an odd and disconnected but no less enjoyable subplot, two krill, known alliteratively as Will and Bill voiced by Brad Pitt and Matt Damon , have strayed away from their swarm. One of them learns some hard facts about his place on the food chain and is determined to become a fearsome carnivore. Working his way up the ladder, you might say. The other is a neurotic who clings to his friend like a frightened puppy dog. I honestly don't remember which one is which, but to be perfectly honest, I don't think it matters. They're both given some of the film's wittiest lines – as well as a slew of obvious puns that only add to their charm. Their scenes show the best utilization of the 3D process, I suspect they mostly take place underwater. I don't know what it is about underwater shots and their positive effect on 3D. Perhaps it has something to do with the illusion of density, or the fact that air bubbles can come directly into your field of vision.Part of what makes these movies so worthwhile is the effort to make audiences conscious of pressing social issues – such as tolerance, persecution, and individuality – and documented environmental concerns – such as human interference with nature, pollution, and of course, global warming. Director George Miller and his writers are not content to simply pander to children and their families. Yes, they want them to laugh and have a good time, but they also want them to be aware of themselves and of what's going on in the world. In the wrong hands, this would be mistaken as propaganda. If I've given you pause, let me assure you that this movie contains nothing of the sort."Happy Feet Two" is above all exuberant entertainment, a song and dance extravaganza with an infectious soundtrack. In this regard, Pink was a wise casting choice. There's more to it than her ability to sing; there's empathy in her voice, an emotional resonance that lets me know her character is not only a mother but also a deeply caring person. Her solo number midway through the film also included on the first film's soundtrack signals the appearance of the aurora australis, which is, needless to say, a beautiful sight to behold, especially in 3D. Some have been critical of these movies, but I for one am glad that we have them. They don't follow the rules of the traditional animated movie – no soppy love stories, no mindless comedy bits, no "playing down" to the level of the audience. They are, in a word, unique.-- Chris Pandolfi www.atatheaternearyou.net
not like the first, but also nice.. what i want to say is that the song that sven tells it's from his homeland in Spanish..actually it's in Romanian, from Romania sang by former band "O-zone" and the songs name is "Dragostea din tei" . you will find it on youtube,google.. i kinda felt offended..they were huge and they should be known as romanians.. they used it without knowing its origins, nothing.. the movie it's great..but i do hope it's the last happy feet.. there's no need for a third one,really! i do like pink's voice though.. i strongly <more>
recommend it for all ages.. it's not the usual boring and predictable movie that producers nowadays make..