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The good… the bad… the Twitchy. From the team that brought you Hoodwinked, the hilarious re-telling of the classic Little Red Riding Hood fable which grossed over $110M box-office worldwide, comes the side-splitting follow-up Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil. The sequel catches up with our heroine, Little Red (Hayden Panettiere of TV's HEROES), training with a covert group called the Sisters of the Hood. Finishing her training, Little Red is sent out on her first mission by the returning Nicky Flippers – head of the Happily Ever After Agency – to investigate the disappearance of Hansel (Bill Hader of SUPERBAD) and Gretel (Amy Poehler of TV's PARKS & RECREATION). Of course, what is a sequel without guest stars from the original? Thankfully, Granny (Glenn Close of 101 DALMATIANS) and the rest of the Hoodwinked gang, including the intrepid reporter, the Wolf (Patrick Warburton of TV's SEINFELD), return to help solve the forest's latest caper.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 63
- Fresh: 7
- Rotten: 56
- Average Rating: 3.5/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: While it seems there's no getting away from this marketing aesthetic, the resemblance at times to a video game is far, far too acute.
Rotten: If ever there was a movie that should have gone straight to video - or better yet, never have been made - this is it.
Rotten: "Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil" is all-sugar rush, its potential to charm adults and their young charges routinely drowned out by a bigger/faster/jokier ethos.
Rotten: "Hoodwinked Too," which runs an eternity-risking 85 minutes, plays like a jaded rehash of other pictures. And none of those other pictures, sadly, is the original "Hoodwinked."
A GREAT, BIG MESS OF A MOVIE
I'm sorry, but was there really any huge demand for a follow-up to "Hoodwinked" in the first place? Sure, the animated movie had a talented voice cast, memorable characters, witty dialogue, and a smart script, but on the other hand, the animation wasn't even that spectacular. Nevertheless, since the film did set itself up for a sequel, it was only inevitable that a continuation to the fairy tale-themed story would go into production. And let's just say "Hoodwinked Too!" was doomed from the very beginning. First of all, Anne Hathaway (the original voice of Red) had been hastily replaced by Hayden Panettiere and the quality of the animation didn't seem to have changed compared to that of its predecessor. Plus, the official release date of the movie had been uncertain for months (which is always a bad sign). So, when it finally hit theatres, "Hood vs. Evil" was just as I had predicted: a complete and utter flop. The film was completely devoid of the clever humor and off-the-wall silliness that made the original so entertaining. It's such a shame that it even had to be made at all. Oh well, maybe Hollywood will now finally realize that it should stop adding on to already decent stand-alone movies...but then again, it probably won't.
Nice Family Movie
Our family enjoyed it. We have 4 children ages 9-16 and everybody was happy! That doesn't happen often.
Best movie EVER!!!!
You have to watch this!!!