Parents' Guide to

Zoo Wars 2

By Renee Schonfeld, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Unwatchable cartoon sequel has nothing to recommend it.

Movie NR 2019 84 minutes
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age 2+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 2+

i wouldnt wish this on my worst enemy

Me and my kids watched this as a joke, took 10 minutes for them to leave the room. This movie is the WORST thing ive sat through. Worst doesn't even begging to describe it. The villian looks musty as hell, not like the protagonist looks any better. Half of this movie is some nightmare robot typing at a keyboard talking for what seems to be forever. The plot isnt there, and when it is, its just the shittiest star wars rip off ive seen. Who names a villain boo boo squeal??? Actually, all their names are bad ;"nuke tiptoes" the so called warrior and "squeeze whistle" sound HORRIBLE, watching this was the biggest waste of our time ever. I just want to know what the creators were smoking when they made this.
age 2+

Waste of your time

Zoo Wars 1 was bad. This is the same. Very low budgeted movie. To me, it doesn't make sense. No excitment in it. No climax realy. Don't bother wasting an hour of your life you will never get back.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (1 ):

Once viewers get past the gratingly shrill voice of the villain, the nonsensical, boring dialogue, and the relentless keyboard conversations, there are precious few minutes left for a final battle. And since there was obviously nothing in the budget for special effects, wit, or professionalism, that conflict will never be missed. Those who liked the original Zoo Wars won't be disappointed -- Zoo Wars 2 is almost an exact replica. One might almost be tempted to suggest that the "filmmakers" used the old computer-generated footage and simply added a new story and new words. Beyond time waster, this film's callous disregard for anything resembling good work is staggering. Kids and families, beware.

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