Hoodwinked Too! Hood VS. Evil- -
Red Riding Hood is training in the group of Sister Hoods, when she and the Wolf are called to examine the sudden mysterious disappearance of Hansel and Gretel.
[vc_row][vc_column][wpsm_woobox id=”48670″][/vc_column][/vc_row]by Ginger
This animated treasure brings back all of the old fairytales of childhood. In the movie, Red Riding Hood is training in a group of Sister Hoods. She and the wolf are called to examine the disappearance of Hansel and Gretel. This movie has many jokes that assume the viewer is familiar with Grimmäó»s Fairy tales. In this movie, the Happily Ever After Agency has the job of making sure that every story has a happy ending. The wicked witch decides to kidnap Hansel and Gretal for trespassing.
The Story is rated PG for some mild rude humor, language and action scenes. It contains gas passing, and a comment that someone is not wearing pants. There are many insults between the good guys and the bad guys, like calling someone a swine. Most of the humor revolves around gas passing and derrieres. The action includes explosions, martial arts, many jokes about flatulence and other topics meant to appeal to children. It was similar in style to that cute, story about guinea pigs on a military mission, G-Force. These Grimmäó»s fairy tale characters are also on an action packed mission to make sure that every story has a happy ending. In order to do that they have to save Hansel and Gretel from the evil witch.
This family movie review considers this a movie for all ages, but not necessarily the very young. Kindergarten to first grade and older would be okay for this movie. The age of the children that should view this movie varies by background and family traditions. It is appropriate for children, only with caution due to the rude humor and violence.