A sunny, family-friendly adventure that will appeal to most kids and tweens.
A very funny, touching, and poignant film that explores what happens when an artist stops creating.
Sloppy, indifferent, unfunny, and charmless. Having kids spew profanity is not an acceptable substitute for humor.
One of the rare animated sequels where the entire family can buy a ticket and leave satisfied that they didn’t just completely waste a couple of hours of their summer.
I love big, dumb fun as much as anyone, but you need all three to make a successful mindless movie.
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