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Alpha & Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD]
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Alpha and Omega 2, on the other hand, fails pretty miserably. It doesn't come close to living up to the expectations set by the first movie. The animation is bad. Even if you can overlook that, the story is clunky, uninteresting and at times doesn't make sense. Even the character's personalities have changed from the wolves that we loved in the first film.
Kate and Humprhey's pups were not nearly as endearing as they should have been (given how love-able their parents were in the first movie). They had no depth and just seemed like bland stereotypes that were, at times, slightly annoying.
Then there was the way the existing character's personalities changed. Humphrey was originally a humorous free spirit who loved to "sled ride". In this one he is suddenly reluctant to do all those crazy things because he's "old" now. Even though he still must rank among the younger wolves (seeing as Winston and Tony are still alive and the elders of the pack). All those funny omega things he used to do that the audience loved (and that seemed to make Kate love him) were suddenly not there anymore unless he was forced into it.
Eve, Kate's mother, was the hilariously homicidal mother-in-law in the first film. She was unpredictable, strong, edgy and prone to the occasionally bloody tirade. This made her unique and interesting. All that is gone in this film. She's basically part of the background.Read more ›
I mean, to each his own; I'm not condemning anyone for liking the film, but I feel as though this one was a rather sketchy sequel. The ending makes no sense when you consider everything that the characters went through during the plot, and I find that the animation quality is not as good in this movie compared to the first one. Of course, I'm not really capable of animation myself, so I really have no right to be a critic; I'm just saying that I think the quality of the first movie is better than that of this one.
Oh, as an afterthought: I find that there didn't seem to be enough voice actors for all the characters; there should have been more dialogue among the rogue alphas.
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I love the Alpha and Omega series. I do not like the princess movies and children's shows that focus on the outside beauty and the drama it can all bring. Good Movies!Published 4 days ago by S.L. Patterson