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The Angry Birds Movie 2

By Sandie Angulo Chen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Funnier sequel still has silly action, potty humor.

Movie PG 2019 96 minutes
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this movie.

Community Reviews

age 8+

Based on 23 parent reviews

age 12+

Adult jokes

Two birds land on top of each other.

This title has:

Great messages
Too much sex
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age 7+

Not as good as the first but funnier

(Written by 8yo boy) I feel like this one has more humor than the first Angry Birds movie. But the story isn't as good. The first one I would say 6+ but this one is 7+. It has some inappropriate jokes, potty humor. And just two scenes come in with sort of bad words -- they cover it up in one scene with symbols but you know they are bad words. The other scene they say "oh you gotta be freakin kidding me". They sort of ruin the point of the bad guys in the first movie by making them good in the second movie. Like in the end Red says we couldn't have done it without them. There is a flashback where two eagles are in the hospital and one scene where a guy gets attacked in a bathroom. But overall i think this is pretty funny and I used to watch it all the time.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (23 ):
Kids say (43 ):

Silly pranks, an ace voice cast, and a super-team mission storyline make this fast-paced sequel more fun than the original. It's a predictably well-intentioned second installment, in which the birds and pigs are forced to work together against an even more formidable foe. It also shows how Red's insecurity lingers, since he was only recently accepted and respected. Although some of the movie's jokes and sight gags are recycled (because, frankly, it's unlikely that little kids will ever get tired of naked piggy-butt jokes), the addition of the third mystery island is interesting enough to keep younger audiences guessing.

The movie has a couple of romantic subplots that fall into familiar categories: "hate to love" (in this case, more like "exasperation to flirtation") and "second chance" (this review won't spoil the big reveal). One of the romances seems a bit too mature for younger kids to follow, but there's enough of a "happily ever after" to please moviegoers who are used to Disney princess-level resolutions. The app-inspired, high-contrast visuals and the cutesy nature of the birds and piggies will appeal to kids, as will the lighthearted, silly body humor. This is by no means a family film treasure, but it's sure to elicit enough laughs to make it 100 minutes of tween-friendly fun.

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