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Angry Birds Movie 2, The

Angry Birds Movie 2, The



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Story

Wanting to maintain his hero status, Red (voice of Jason Sudeikis) stirs up the wars between Bird Island and Piggy Island. Red and his friends Chuck (Josh Gad) and Bomb (Danny McBride) need to protect their island from piggy pranks. Meanwhile Leonard (Bill Hader) and his piggy friends constantly bombard Bird Island with objects.

A new threat emerges in the form of Zeta (Leslie Jones), an unhinged, psychotic female eagle, intent on destroying both Bird and Piggy Island. Eagle Island is a frozen volcano and, with the aid of her eagle soldiers, Zeta invents a frozen ice ball, filled with volcanic lava. The ice ball can be shot out of a super weapon and Zeta plans to use it to set both Bird Island and Piggy Island on fire.

Leonard and Red must form a truce and fight together. They gather a small band of warriors and, with the intellectual guidance of Chuck's sister Silver (Rachel Bloom), they devise a plan to destroy the super weapon. In the process Red learns some important lessons.

Themes

Single parenting; warfare

Violence

The Angry Birds Movie 2 has quite a lot of violence. For example:

  • The birds and pigs are constantly getting hit, falling down, crashing into objects and so on.
  • A bouncy castle bursts, throwing baby birds out into the air.
  • The pigs drop a load of crabs onto Bird Island.
  • Red punches Leonard in the face, then kicks him and ties him up with rope.
  • A huge frozen ball lands on Bird Island, destroying a building. The birds scatter everywhere and the eagles all laugh at their distress.
  • A large eagle guard gets knocked out and loses some teeth.
  • The super weapon explodes on Eagle Island, which starts to collapse.

Sexual references

The Angry Birds Movie 2 has some sexual references. For example:

  • Chuck and Bomb arrange for Red to go speed dating. It's mating season and a female bird performs a mating dance for Red. Red meets Silver at the speed dating, but they don't hit it off.
  • Leonard wears a G-string. Three pigs are later shown in spandex.
  • Red and Silver hug.

Alcohol, drugs and other substances

The Angry Birds Movie 2 shows some use of substances. For example:

  • Characters drink in a pub and at a wedding.
  • Red and Silver share a bottle of cider.

Nudity and sexual activity

None noted

Product placement

None noted

Coarse language

The Angry Birds Movie 2 has some mild coarse language, including 'oh poop', 'freaking', 'total loser' and 'oh my gosh'.

Ideas to discuss with your children

The Angry Birds Movie 2 is an animated comedy that will appeal to Angry Birds fans.

This movie has some adult concepts and a lot of slapstick violence. Therefore, we don't recommend it for children aged under five years. Also, we recommend parental guidance for children aged 5-7 years.

These are the main messages from this movie:

  • We're strongest when we band together.
  • Actions create consequences.

Values in The Angry Birds Movie 2 that you could reinforce with your children include teamwork, friendship and humility. You could also reinforce the importance of strong female characters and role models.

This movie could also give you the chance to talk with your children about real-life issues like the lifelong consequences of breaking commitments.

The Angry Birds Movie 2 is an animated comedy that will appeal to Angry Birds fans.

This movie has some adult concepts and a lot of slapstick violence. Therefore, we don't recommend it for children aged under five years. Also, we recommend parental guidance for children aged 5-7 years.

These are the main messages from this movie:

  • We're strongest when we band together.
  • Actions create consequences.

Values in The Angry Birds Movie 2 that you could reinforce with your children include teamwork, friendship and humility. You could also reinforce the importance of strong female characters and role models.

This movie could also give you the chance to talk with your children about real-life issues like the lifelong consequences of breaking commitments.