The Angry Birds Movie 2 Full Download 2019
The Angry Birds Movie 2 Full Download 2019: The Angry Birds Movie 2 (also referred to as Angry Birds 2) is a 2019 computer-animated comedy film based on Rovio Entertainment’s Angry Birds video game series, produced by Columbia Pictures, Rovio Animation and Sony Pictures Animation,
And distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. It is the sequel to The Angry Birds Movie (2016), the film is directed by Thurop Van Orman and co-directed by John Rice (in their directorial debuts) from a screenplay by Peter Ackerman, Eyal Podell, and Jonathon E. Stewart. Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph, Bill.
Hader and Peter Dinklage reprise their roles from the first film, with newcomers Leslie Jones, Rachel Bloom, Awkwafina, Sterling K. Brown, and Eugenio Derbez joining the ensemble cast. The film.
concerns Red, Chuck, and Bomb being forced to team up with Leonard and the rest of the pigs when an advanced weapon threatens both Bird and Piggy Island.
Directed by: Thurop Van Orman
Produced by: John Cohen
Screenplay by: Peter AckermanEyal Podell
Based on: Angry Birdsby Rovio Entertainment
Starring: Jason SudeikisJosh GadLeslie JonesBill HaderRachel BloomAwkwafinaSterling K. BrownEugenio DerbezDanny McBridePeter Dinklage
Music by: Heitor Pereira
Cinematography: Simon Dunsdon
Edited by: Kent BeydaAlly Garrett
Production companies: Columbia PicturesRovio AnimationSony Pictures Animation
Distributed by: Sony Pictures Releasing
Release date: August 2, 2019 (United Kingdom and Ireland)August 9, 2019 (Finland)August 13, 2019 (United States)
Running time: 96 minutes
Country: Finland United States
Budget: $65 million
Box office: $138.8 million
THE ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE 2 MOVIE REVIEW
Story: In this sequel, the flightless angry birds and the green piggies must put their rivalry on hold and come together to save their islands from a rogue eagle named Zeta (Leslie Jones). Will their uncanny alliance save the day for the frenemies?
Review: Three islands, lives at stake and a battle for survival – sounds like a pretty serious plot for an animated film, but this one’s far from it. Right from the first scene, it’s established that this sequel of ‘The Angry Birds’ is strictly a kiddie flick and thankfully, it never tries to be anything other than that. The makers throw in a lot of slapstick comedy by a battery of old and new characters of all shapes, sizes and colours. Leading the pack is the hot-headed Red (Jason Sudeikis), who has pretty much become symbolic of the franchise. To save the Bird Island, Red along with his winged buddies Chuck (Josh Gad) and Bomb (Danny McBride) must work with their ace nemesis, the king pig Leonard Mudbeard (Bill Hader). Together the trio are in a good form, bringing in a bulk of the laughs with their goofy acts. While Red’s character gets a definite arc, Chuck, Bomb and Leonard have to play on their special powers and unbridled cuteness, to impress the audience. Chuck’s a speed demon and Bomb can literally explode at a minute’s notice. Together, they are a force to reckon with, and the makers ensure that their special powers are exploited quite well without going overboard. Among the newbies, Chuck’s sister Silver (Rachel Bloom) – a tech-savvy Brainiac and the film’s main villain Zeta (Leslie Jones), a purple eagle are quite impressive. Zeta’s villainy is more entertaining than threatening, but that doesn’t blunt the terror she wields.
The film hits the ground running with the faceoff between the characters right from the beginning, but its tonality remains silly throughout. There are references from the real world like a film poster called ‘Crazy Rich Avians’, and ‘Piggific’ ocean. Jokes and punches of varying degrees come in consistently and abundantly. Many of them land successfully.
Along with a lot of goofing around, there are also some unwanted detours like a parallel track of the hatchlings that never really matures into anything meaningful. Compared to many successful franchises from Hollywood’s animation hall of fame, ‘The Angry Birds’ sequel comes off as way too fluffy and juvenile. While it doesn’t soar to greater cinematic heights, it surely improves on the original. The film’s feather-light approach will leave you with quite a few chuckles without trying to be preachy or tug at your heartstrings.