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The voice talents from TThe Emperor's New Groove are reassembled in this direct-to-home-video sequel. This time around Kronk (Patrick Warburton) is trying to reinvent himself, but a visit from his picky Papi (John Mahoney) may pop all his feelings of accomplishment and self-worth.
Why Is Kronk’s New Groove Rated G?
Kronk’s New Groove is rated G
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The biggest disappointment is this animation is only blandly entertaining compared to its predecessor. The script does present plenty of movie parodies from films likely too old to be familiar to it’s young target audience. Other concerns include mild sexual innuendo, a con artist’s scam, some scantily clad characters (one we are told is totally nude, but his nakedness never reveals any private body parts), extreme competition that leads to cheating, and silly slapstick antics.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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DVD Release Date: 13 December 2005
Ever wonder what’s the recipe for a sequel? Then check out the bonus feature on Kronk’s New Groove called How to Cook a Movie. The direct-to-home DVD is also garnished with two games. Pyramid Scheme requires some memory skills, but Kronk’s Brian Game is as empty-headed as the movie’s leading man. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound in English, Spanish and French.
Home Video Notes: The Emperor’s New Groove/Kronk’s New Groove: 2 Movie Collection
Release Date: 11 June 2013
Disney is releasing The Emperor’s New Groove and Kronk’s New Groove together in a Blu-ray Combo Pack.