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I will never understand why this film is in the theaters and why it was released in 3D. The quality of this animation is terrible and 3D does not help it at all. The film is absolutely terrible and I do not see any children or adults enjoying it ever. The first film was bad enough and I do not understand why the sequel was made. It is not worth seeing and not even worth talking about. I highly recommend avoiding this animation at all costs.
Absolutely horrible animation, awful script, terrible jokes and overall bad film. I do not recommend seeing it with your children or without them. The film is full of tired jokes that supposed to have double meaning(for kids and adults), the problem is that those jokes are not even close to being funny. The movie also has cartoonish violence that is still violence and there are a lot of inappropriate language for children that is insulting. I simply would not like my child to see any of that. The film has great voice overs by actors Glenn Close and Patrick Warburton, but it does not save this film from sucking.
All I can say is that you should not see this film ever and tell others to do the same. I do not understand why this film was released nationwide, it should have went straight to DVD. Great actors like Hayden Panettiere, Glenn Close and Patrick Warburton lent their voice to this film and i think it is a waste of talent. The children will not like it and there is no way in hell any adult could like this either. The film was also terrible technically and maybe i am spoiled by Pixar and Disney, but this film’s quality was awful. Overall, do not see it and spend your money somewhere else.
Who was clamoring for a sequel to Hoodwinked? Seriously, who? The original came out 6 years ago (that's forever in the film industry; they're already remaking movies from 6 years ago), and it didn't do that well at the box office. Let's hope for the same fate with Hoodwinkend Too: Hood Vs. Evil, a cheap looking, unfunny, and of course, 3-D cartoon that's still trying to live off of the carcass of Shrek.
Red Riding Hood (voiced in this film by Hayden Panettiere, who I guess you go for if you can't get Anne Hathaway) is now a trainee with the Happy Endings Agency (see the first film for reference), and must go save Hansel and Gretel from the witch. This leaves a lot of room for noise, frantic action, and a lot of unfunny dialogue. This movie never stops moving. It's like your four year old cousin who created they're own TV show and won't take no for an answer until you've watched it. You'll also find your standard pop culture references, which you absolutely must have in a cartoon these days, because kids have no attention span and need that stuff. Unless your name is Pixar and you can actually write stories with real characters. Or Dreamworks. Or...just about anyone. Go see it if you must, but be prepared to be the only one in the theater. You're probably THE person they made this movie for.
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