The Angry Birds 2 hit Indian cinemas on 22 August,2019. The film is directed by Thurop Van Orman and is the sequel to the 2016 film based on the famous video game.
The Angry Birds movie 2 is now out in India in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. It’s somewhat good, believe it or not.
- It is better received than the original, says critics
- Angry Birds Movie 2 is best-reviewed video game movie
- Peter Dinklage, Bill Hader, Leslie Jones are part of cast
The Hindi version of the film is voiced by popular comedian Kapil Sharma and two other talented people from his TV show, Kiku Sharda and Archana Puran Singh.
Here is a tweet of John Cohen, the film producer of Angry Birds 2:
Before you decide to watch the film with your beloved ones, here’s a a look at what foreign media said about the film.
Simran Hans wrote:
“An animated sequel inspired by an iPhone app isn’t, I’ll concede, the most promising movie premise, but the second instalment in the Angry Birds series is much funnier and flappier than it needs to be. In 2016’s The Angry Birds Movie, Red (Jason Sudeikis), an irritable loner with a permanently knitted brow became Bird Island’s unlikely hero, rescuing the eggs of its flightless birds from the predatory green pigs from neighbouring Piggy Island.”
Pete Hammond wrote:
“I have to confess I was not a fan of 2016’s The Angry Birds Movie. Not that I expected to be, since I clearly wasn’t the audience and had no clue of the popularity of the original game that spawned the craze in the first place. The movie just seemed too disconnected and frenetic, with little attention to anything resembling a coherent storyline. What a difference three years make, because I have to admit I almost had as good a time as all the kids sitting around me when I saw the sequel, The Angry Birds Movie 2. The plot development and storyline are just as chaotic and inconsequential as the first one, but the individual gags and comic set pieces are, at times, inspired, and for the most part never less than amusing. It is a wacky, fast-paced delight that reminded me of Chuck Jones and Looney Tunes — maybe not at their best to be sure but for these times damn close enough to grab three stars from me. It is the kind of movie where blink and you miss bits like one bird reading the bestseller Crazy Rich Avians.”
The New York Times
Bilge Ebiri wrote:
“You can pinpoint the exact moment when “The Angry Birds Movie 2” decides it’s going to stop being one kind of animated sequel and becomes another. The original 2016 film, based on the popular video games, imagined an island full of flightless birds being suddenly terrorized by green porcine, egg-stealing invaders. The new movie starts in a constant state of sniping between Bird Island and Piggy Island, with each group playing elaborate, cruel pranks on one another.”
And look at this tweet by official Twitter account of The Angry Birds Movie 2::
Now it’s your chance to view the trailer and figure out what’s your review: