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The good... the bad... the Twitchy. The sequel finds our heroine, Red Hayden Panettiere, training with a mysterious covert group called the Sisters of the Hood. But Red is forced to cut her training short when she gets an urgent call from Nicky Flippers David Ogden Stiers, the head of the super secret Happily Ever After Agency, aka the HEA. A wicked witch Joan Cusack has abducted two innocent children, Hansel Bill Hader and Gretel Amy Poehler, and Nicky needs the whole Hoodwinked gang -- Red, Granny Glenn Close, the ever-clueless Wolf Patrick Warburton and his over-caffeinated little partner, Twitchy Cory Edwards -- for the search and rescue mission.
Finding one's true path is a difficult process, and Red Riding Hood is finding it doubly complicated since she's desperate to live up to her grandmother's reputation as a legendary Sister of the Hood. While Red Riding Hood is sequestered for some very special secret training, the Big Bad Wolf, Granny, Twitchy, and the rest of the Happily Ever After Agency HEA are feeling the absence of one of their key agents. When Hansel and Gretel are kidnapped by the Wicked Witch, Wolf and Twitchy's plan to rescue the kids goes awry and Granny is captured. The HEA calls Red back into action and the race is on to save the children, Granny, and the Sisters of the Hood's secret recipe for the all-powerful Black Forest Cake Batter Truffles. The obstacles, twists, turns, and unexpected villains are many and Red and each member of her team find themselves severely tested. In the end, teamwork and forgiveness provide the only glimmers of hope for defeating the enemy and ensuring a "Happily Ever After" for the world. Like Hoodwinked, Hoodwinked Too! offers up classic fairy tales with some serious twists, a healthy dose of humor, and satirical references to classic films that include everything from Silence of the Lambs to Star Wars. The pacing lags a bit in places and sometimes the goofball comedy is a bit over the top, but the film is both clever and entertaining, and the comedic talents of Patrick Warburton, Glenn Close, Joan Cusack, Hayden Panettiere, David Ogden Stiers, Cory Edwards, Bill Hader, and Amy Poehler don't go unappreciated. Ages 7 and older --Tami Horiuchi