Synopsis: Mumble (voiced by Elijah Wood) starts a family with his long time love Gloria (voiced by Pink) and along comes their son Erik. However Mumble being the incredible Tap dancer that he is troubled by the fact that his son is choreo-phobic and runs away from the thought of following in his father’s footsteps of tap dancing as he struggles to find settle amongst the Emperor Penguins dwelling with him. Until, little Erik encounters the Mighty Sven (voiced by Hank Azaria); a penguin that is endowed with the ability to fly. Mumble discovers his son’s new fascinating role model only to gauge that he cannot compete with the Mighty Sven. Meanwhile, the family of Mumble stumbles across a new threat that is making waves into their world. It would take a real test of strength of the entire Emperor Penguin world to dance off the evil that is threatening to engulf the entire penguin nation.
Description: Mumble’s son Erik is struggling to carve out a place for itself in the Emperor Penguin world due to its inability to realize its talents. But a greater threat awaits the Mumble family and the entire penguin nation which has to be combatted with the dancing unity of the entire penguin world.
Review: Seldom such movies are made in Hollywood which are animated musical comedies bound to entertain the entire family. Happy Feet 2 is definitely a watch for every individual of every age. Riding on the acclaim garnered by the Academy Award winning animated smash hit Happy Feet (2006), Happy Feet 2 enters cinemas with a lot of expectations automatically attached to it.
Once again the audience returns to the magnificent landscape of the continent Antarctica to the homely abode of the fun and cute penguins which have beguiled us before with their amazing musical scores and dance moves. But the threat that looms and imperils the Penguin world is more drastic in nature and it will require the collusion of all the elements in the penguin nation to dancingly defeat the threat.
The brilliance of George Miller and his experienced team is reflected in the sensational execution of the movie but the trailer contains nothing that would indicate the foundation of the story which might be a bit of a disappointment for the many eagerly anticipating fans. The musical score and the songs not only form an integral part of the movie but in fact boost the plot and smoothens the flow of the plot. One very interesting thing to note is that the songs incorporate the tunes and lyrics from the contemporary music scene which is very refreshing to see in this highly entertaining movie.Happy Feet 2,