The real heart and soul of the film is Burstyn, who provides the ideal anchor for this charming story of friendship, love, and forgiveness.
Not only is this a subpar animated film, it isn’t even fun to watch.
This isn’t a bad movie as far as teen romances go, but it’s too vanilla to leave a lasting impression.
Leans more on the comedy side than the horror, which should be popular during the midnight movie circuit at art house theaters.
Somebody felt like we needed this sequel and now it’s out there in the universe, fading away into obscurity.
The franchise is bordering on parody at this point, defying all laws of gravity, physics and logic.