The first Happy Feet was a cute movie, and good. It won the Best Animated Feature Oscar. So why not make a sequel? Well, what if the filmmakers don't really know how to make one. That's what you get in Happy Feet Too. It's as if the filmmakers couldn't really come up with an idea, so they took any idea they could get and threw it in.
Mumbles from the first film has a kid now, Erik. But Erik can't really dance, so he decides to pick up and leave to find his place in the world. This storyline, used in countless other animated films, really needs to be laid to rest at this point. He ends up following a rare flying penguin who spouts self-help nonsense. But soon, there's danger in the form of melting ice. It's not global warming, becuase that might make the film political, but you get the idea. There's a lot happening in this movie, none of it really connected to the other parts.
It also helps if the jokes are funny, and they aren't. Though I did enjoy Matt Damon and Brad Pitt as krill. The dance sequences are also pretty good, but they just can't help the stale plot, boring script bad construction. It's disappointing after the original.