Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil 2011 PG CC

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This side-splitting sequel to Hoodwinked follows Little Red (Hayden Panettiere) and her gang as they investigate the disappearance of Hansel (Bill Hader) and Gretel (Amy Poehler).

Starring:
Hayden Panettiere, Glenn Close
Runtime:
1 hour 26 minutes

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Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil

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Genres Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Mike Disa
Starring Hayden Panettiere, Glenn Close
Supporting actors Cheech Marin, Patrick Warburton, Joan Cusack, David Ogden Stiers, Bill Hader, Amy Poehler, Cory Edwards, Martin Short, Brad Garrett, Andy Dick, David Alan Grier, Tommy Chong, Phil LaMarr, Wayne Newton, Benjy Gaither, Danny Pudi, Debra Wilson, Tress MacNeille
Studio The Weinstein Company
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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It's very funny and my children really enjoyed this movie.
Tamika Dorch
I wanted to like this movie, truly I did, but ultimately I just didn't care about the characters.
K. Harris
If you looking for a good 3d movie for KIDS then this is worth it.
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50 of 57 people found the following review helpful By DJTackyT on July 1, 2011
Format: DVD
Sequels are sometimes good, but most times not. This sequel is terrible. I just bought the original "Hoodwinked" because I loved it and have seen it at least 3 or 4 times. I have recommended it to many people. When part "Too" came out, I saw it in the theater, I was so excited about it. Man, was I blow away by how poor it was. All the ineresting angles and approach of the original was gone... it was just another animated kids movie with straight-forward, predictable plot. I recall chuckling a couple times... that is it.

I am sorry to give this such a low rating, but, to make up for that, I highly recommend you go buy the original Hoodwinked... you will be happy you did. (Just try to resist the temptation to follow up the watching of that great movie with watching this sequel.)

Note: I am a father of several small kids. I hated Hoodwinked Too (as you can tell); but my kids liked it... so I give it two stars as the average of my 0 star rating and my kids 4 stars. If you are just getting it for the kids, it could be worth it.
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Format: DVD
While the original "Hoodwinked" might not be my favorite movie of skewed fairy tales (that place in my heart belongs to Shrek), it was a clever colliding of movie styles. With four character narratives intersecting and intertwining, the film played as an amusing riff on "Rashomon" and even "Pulp Fiction" for the animated set. It was a bit uneven, but it worked largely by pushing the boundaries with a great concept. Eschewing the charm and most of the laughs of its predecessor, the 3-D sequel "Hoodwinked Too!" arrives in an impressive DVD package. However, the film itself is all concept and no heart. But what's worse--it boasts a terrific cast of comedic vocal talent, but lacks a real sense of humor. I wanted to like this movie, truly I did, but ultimately I just didn't care about the characters.

Set in the aftermath of the first movie, your favorites (Red, Granny, Wolf, Twitchy) are back and part of a elite special forces unit. Called in to rescue Hansel and Gretel from a wicked witch, the mission goes seriously awry leading to Granny being kidnapped. It's all part of a nefarious plan to get the secret ingredient for a truffle that will instill great power to those that eat it. Desperate to save Granny, Red and the crew head to the big city to do battle with ultimate evil. The plot is pleasantly silly, but the screenplay is not. Everything is staged as a loud action set piece which we're supposed to find hilarious. Look, there's Granny doing flips--ha ha. Look at Red bungee jump--hilarious. I wanted more effort to be given to the characters. Make me care and make me laugh by what they have to say. Or if it's all going to be sight gags, make them genuinely funny.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. Anderson on August 20, 2011
Format: DVD
Not sure why there are so many bad reviews here other then this version is not as musical as the first. There are not really any songs in this sequel (except for the goat and one or two by wayne newton though they are short scenes)...something that was lost since Anne Hathaway didn't play Red this time. Also, they didn't follow the general formula of the first which was to take a fairy tale and disassemble it from 3 perspectives. That being said though, the storyline was sweet and engaging (just as much as the first if not more as this time around there were a couple really wonderful life lessons mixed in with the humor) Myself, husband, and our 10 yr old son spent the whole movie laughing (as we did with the first) and we loved it. The animation was charming, the storyline and dialog was funny, and over all we had a great time as a family. Twtichy (who stole the show for us first time around) had a ton more lines and was hysterical. All in all, if you are looking for something you can watch with your kids and all enjoy, this is a wonderful movie for just that occasion :)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Miss Nomi on February 1, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Terrible sequel. All of the humor and wit of the original is gone. Parents save the money and put it in your kid’s piggy bank.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. S. Michael VINE VOICE on September 6, 2011
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The original Hoodwinked was fairly meh to being with, though it did have the saving grace of a unique hook in that each main character had a different version of events of what went down. It was a great method of telling a rather blah plot (evil bunny steals a secret recipe, yadda yadda yadda).

Here, in Hoodwinked Too, what made its predecessor stick out and rise above its own mediocrity is thrown away... instead, it follows the Shrek formula of "generic adventure + copious pop culture reference = profit??"

Now agents for the Happily Ever After agency (basically fairy tale SWAT), the returning cast (with Hayden Panettiere replacing Anne Hathaway, who smartly didn't join in this crapfest) is at each others' throats due to Wolf being upset that Red is away learning baking kung fu from a mysteriously cliche Sisterhood.

Desserts are again the MacGuffin of the movie, this time taking the form of an ultra-chic chocolate truffle (made from the rarest of ingredients) that grants superpowers. So difficult is it to make this recipe that the film's villains kidnap Granny to force her to bake it.

Really, there's not much to prop up the film... Wolf and Twitchy do most of the work comedically, switching the role of straight man back and forth between them. The buddy cop trope cattiness between Wolf and Red is forced and, while Joan Cusack's turn as the evil witch Verushka can at times be fun, for the most part it's a letdown.

Especially painful to watch were Hansel and Gretel doing a reprise of Andy Dick's showstopping "You've been hoodwinked, baby" song from the first film, turning it into "You've been hoodwinked TOO!" Oiy ve...
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