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Hoodwinked Too—Hood VS. Evil

When youngsters Hansel and Gretel (voices of Bill Hader and Amy Poehler) mysteriously disappear, the HEA (Happily Ever After Agency) calls for the help of Red (Hayden Panettiere), Wolf (Patrick Warburton), Granny (Glenn Close) and the rest of the usual suspects who were introduced in the first Hoodwinked animated movie. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: B
Violence: C+
Sexual Content: A
Language: B+
Drugs/Alcohol: A-
Run Time: 87
Theater Release: 29 Apr 2011
Video Release: 16 Aug 2011
MPAA Rating: PG
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Hoodwinked Too—Hood VS. Evil is rated PG: for some mild rude humor, language and action.

Director: Mike Disa
Cast: Hayden Panettiere, Glenn Close, Patrick Warburton
Studio: 2011 Weinstein Company
Website: Official site for Hoodwinked Too—Hood VS. Evil.

Detailed Review

Life in the fairytale forest has been busy since the end of the last Hoodwinked film. Nicky Flippers (voice of David Ogden Stiers), the clever frog who untangled the… 
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Why Is Hoodwinked Too—Hood VS. Evil Rated PG?

Violence: Scenes feature hand-to-hand combat, flame blasting weapons, scary giants and characters that are crushed.… 
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Talk It Over

Those familiar with the original Hoodwinked will notice the character Twitchy (the squirrel) gets… 
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Video alternatives / Home Video Bonus Features

This animation is a sequel to the 2005 movie Hoodwinked. The voice talents of… 
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