Happily N'ever After 2: Snow White: Another Bite at the Apple


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Christine Lakin as Queen Grace / Fairy Godmother
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122.56 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 11 min
P/S 2 / 6
267.46 MB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 11 min
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Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird2 / 10

Awful "sequel" to a lacklustre movie

I didn't like Happily N'ever After. I didn't hate it as some did, but it was very bland and lacklustre with the voice work the only real thing to salvage it plus I loved its idea. Happily N'ever After 2 isn't really a sequel I guess, despite the title. Other than Munk and Mambo, there isn't really a connection to Happily N'ever After. I will say I liked the idea, an ironic take on Snow White was a cute and clever idea, and children will like its message which is quite a strong and positive one.

It is in the execution though where Happily N'ever After 2 really falls down, just like Happily N'ever After. The animation is very lazy, the colours are plentiful and pleasing but some of the backgrounds are rather plastic-looking and the characters look very forced and move around aimlessly. The music is overdone too and feels out of place, while the film lacks punch and pizazz when it comes to the pace. None of the characters are particularly likable or are given enough time to shine, Munk and Mambo are okay I guess but they are overused a bit and their material doesn't make them very funny in my view. The story is predictable and weak with few surprises, while the jokes and dialogue are pretty much wretched, very derivative and as for those terribly unfunny and obnoxious Hoolla Girls, don't get me started. This time around, even the voice work made little impression, either being bland or having voices that don't suit the character with exception of Lady Vain, her voice actress is quite good.

So overall, awful. To be honest, I wasn't expecting otherwise, but I saw it out of curiosity being a lifelong fan of animation and my low expectations weren't dashed. Not the worst animated movie, sequel or movie I've seen, but other than the idea and message not one I'd recommend. 2/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by eline-hoskens1 / 10

One of the worst... ever!

I had to watch this movie to believe they could still make a more horrible movie after Happily Never After! And YES, they actually managed to do so.

It's really frustrating to read reviews rating this movie 7 stars and more. If you give this movie more than 6 stars, then what are you going to do with the really good ones?! I think they should reinvent the rating system for this particular one.

Giving this movie a good rate is actually a slap in the face for all those passionate and creative people who make wonderful stuff with an equally low budget. This movie is just LAZY! Imagine you're in high school and you spent weeks reading a book and writing a really good book report and a fellow student just copy-pastes a book review from the internet without even touching a book, prints it and gets equal marks. That's how creators of great animation must feel when reading any positive review on this movie.

There are so many great series and movies for children (not even just Disney, Pixar and Dreamworks films or Don Bluth movies) available that I would never recommend this! It's not like children don't deserve quality. They WILL be able to tell the difference.

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho6 / 10

The Mirror Tells Half the Story

In the Fairytale Land, King Cole is married with his beloved Queen Grace, who is loved by everyone in the kingdom due to her altruism and goodness. Their daughter Snow White mirrors in the example and moral values of her mother, promising to become a fair queen when she grows up. When Queen Grace is seriously ill and finally dies, the widower King Cole raises Snow White alone. The spoiled Snow White becomes a selfish and snobbish teenager for the disappointment of her father. When she goes to an opening party a club with her three best girlfriends Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks and Little Bo Peep, King Cole recommends her to return before the rooster crow. Snow White meets and has a crush on Sir Pete, a handsome young man that was raised in an orphanage supported by Queen Grace that worships her, and arrives in the castle late in the morning. When her father reads in the news that she had cut line in the club, he decides to get married to have assistance in her education and he joins a dating service looking for a wife. Meanwhile, Mambo and Munk accidentally touch the scale of good and evil affecting the fairy tale. The evil Lady Vain teams up with Rumpelstiltskin and using the power a magic mirror, she becomes a replica of Queen Grace. Then she gives an apple with a hex to Snow White, and when she bites the fruit, she tells gossips about her friends and peasants raising hatred by everyone in the realm. Snow White runs away to the woods where she meets the seven dwarfs, who also loved Queen Grace, and they decide to help Snow White to retrieve her mother's values and receive gratitude in return. But the evil Lady Vain is preparing to the luxury wedding in Fairy Tale Land.

"Happily N'Ever After 2" is an underrated animation with a funny and entertaining story that gives positive messages in a modern way to children in the end. I did not see the prequel; therefore I was not familiarized with the clumsy and hilarious Mambo and Munk, but I liked this update of the classic fairy tale. The voice of Snow White is delightfully amusing and this animation is a nice family entertainment. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Deu a Louca na Branca de Neve" ("Snow White Gets Crazy")

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