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|Originaltitel:||The Angry Birds Movie 2|
|Genre:||Animation, Children's Movie, Comedy|
|Regie:||Thurop Van Orman, John Rice|
|Laufzeit:||Ca. 97 min.|
|FSK:||From 0 years|
Since Red saved his bird friends from the nasty green pigs around Leonard, he has been the great hero on the bird island. The red bird is not badly surprised when of all things his arch-enemy appears one day with an offer of peace. For a hitherto undiscovered third island poses a huge threat to the home of birds and pigs. Reluctantly, Red, Chuck, Bombe, Powerful Eagle and Chuck's sister Silver have to team up with Leonard, his assistant Courtney and technical nerd Garry to save their islands. But her new enemy has some truly icy surprises in store for her:
The movie about handygame! When the first "Angry Birds" game developed by Jaako Iisalo, Markus Tuppurainen and Peter Urbanics for the iPhone was released in 2009, the Finns had no idea what gold mine they had come across. The very simple principle of the game - angry birds bombard pigs that have stolen their eggs - quickly became a big hit thanks to the high addiction factor. There are now several variants of the game - including "Star Wars" and "Transformers" versions of the "Angry Birds" - which have been downloaded over 500 million times and can be played on all devices. Such a success does not remain unused by Hollywood for long, of course, and so came 2016 "Angry Birds - The Film" in the cinemas.
After the film worldwide over 350 million dollars could record, the fight between the flightless birds and the cheeky pigs now goes into the second round. "Angry Birds 2 - The Movie" is actually one of the few cases in which a sequel is better than the first part. The gags are still not really subtle, but not as flat as their predecessors. Also the story is much more original - even if it is still based on the very simple basic principle of the game. But some really nice ideas provide entertaining entertainment and a few really good laughs.
The German dubbing is also convincing. This may also be due to the good speakers: Christoph Maria Herbst again lends his voice to the main character Red and forms the popular Vogelfreunde-Trio with a wonderfully over-twisted Axel Stein as Chuck and Axel Prahl as Bombe. The Mighty Eagle speaks like in part 1 with the voice of Fanta4 member Smudo, Anja Kling slips once more into the role of Mathilde and Ralf Schmitz can also be heard in part 2 as head of pig Leonard. New are Anke Engelke as the clever Silver and Christiane Paul as the eagle lady Zeta, who messes with the birds and pigs.
The humor is generally very child-friendly, while the soundtrack with classics of pop history is often used to make parents smile. The turbulent action isn't really exciting either, but at least it's so fast that very small children might be overwhelmed by it. For boys and girls from 6 years and for all who already liked part 1, this successful sequel is well worth seeing!
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