Hoodwinked Too! Hood VS. Evil
Hansel and Gretel are kidnapped by a witch, and it’s up to the Happily Ever After agency to save them. Hoodwinked Too! Hood VS. Evil hit theaters on April 29, 2011.
When Hansel and Gretel are held hostage by a wicked witch, the Happily Ever After agency (HEA) jump to the rescue. Unfortunately, Granny gets kidnapped in the process. Meanwhile, Red Riding Hood is away at the Sisters of the Hood training facility, where she learns combat skills along with the recipe for a cake that will make the eater all powerful.
When Red hears that her Granny has been captured, she reluctantly teams up with the Big Bad Wolf and Twitchy the over-caffeinated squirrel to save her and the kids. But something isn’t quite right. It seems the witch isn’t the mastermind behind the kidnapping after all. She is merely a pawn in someone else’s attempt to learn the recipe to the all-powerful cake.
The Bottom Line
The quality of animated films these days is so much better than it was ten or even five years ago, that each movie produced must be perfect. And Hoodwinked Too! Hood VS. Evil fell short. First of all, the film felt too long. The natural ending came and went, leading into another action scene. And though there was some humour, it didn’t provide enough for all audiences. Overall, the movie was just okay. Not worth seeing in theatres.
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