THE NUT JOB 2: MOVIE REVIEWS
THE NUT JOB 2: NUT BY NATURE (2017) STORYLINES:
The Nut Job 2: (Nut By Natures):Amid an enhanced relationship with the other animals over the past nine months, Surly Squirrel is now embraced by the Urban Wildlife Family of Liberty Park. Andie is concerned, because she prefers a harder life outlook. Given Surly reassurances that everything was fine, Mole accidentally blown up Maury’s Nut Shop after failing to cut down the boiler’s heat. Andie is using the opportunity to try to get the animals back to their roots in the Liberty Park by providing food while Surly & Buddy are trying to find other areas filled with food but are falling apart. He and Buddy, defeated, decide to go back to the park.
THE NUT JOB 2: NUT BY NATURE (2017) MOVIE REVIEWS:
Reviews:But the entertainment was fine. Loved the design of the animal, in particular surly the lead squirrel. All characters were actually cool, and the picture movement was great. The film would have been better had the sound (or just the funny dialogue) switched off so that we could just watch the characters move. The good animation was all about adjusting everything to the 3D buyers, and that’s okay. This is a 3D film.
WHAT’S THE STORY :
In THE NUT JOB 2, Surly and their gang of animal friends lose a healthy supply of food when their house–the nut shop–flares out because of their negligence. Andie initially tried enthusiastically to convince the group that they could screen for food in the park, but Will and Buddy (Tom Kenny) attempted to find easier and safer places for food. They soon find out that the greedy city mayor (Bobby Moynihan) plans to tear down the park, instead of putting up a profitable entertainment park.The mayor employs an animal control expert to hunt them if the animals ‘ squad tries to sabotage the building. Surly, Andie, and their friends should join forces to save their park with unlikely allies — and each other.
IS IT’S ANY GOOD ?
The animated sequel will still appeal to younger audiences who have a small bar for entertainment: animals talking, stupid jokes and eye gags. It is not very memorable. The plot of The NutJob 2: Nutty by Nature is slender and unoriginal (and not completely consistent with the end of the original), but, at the very least, the teamwork and friendship continue to be positive. Home, they believe that these animals are not biological instincts, but their commitment to each other.
The only good parts are a great twist to Surly and Buddy’s friendships and the fact that Jackie Chan speaks to a huge crew of lovely white mousses with awe-inspiring kung fu skills. They’re wide-eyed and cuddly, but they never call them “sweet,” or hurt you. Besides that part of the story, when the martial artists are known, it’s not much that parents willingly suffer to make their children happy to promote a film that goes beyond the level of mediocrity. But parents and children deserve to contribute more from family-friendly cinemas than from unnecessary sequels.
TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT……
- Families can discuss the continuous popularity of animal speaking films. Why think you have so many animal characters like The Nut Job 2? What are the favorites of your friends?
- What is the message of the film about teamwork, friendship and community? Is it encouraging any qualities of character?
- Which parts have you been frightened? Why does this happen? How much frightening things young children can handle?
- Do you think another Nut Job sequel should be available? Why not? Why or why not?