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i really liked the first version of the movie AND the sequel! sequels are never quite as good as the original, so i don't even take that into account anymore while watching one. to that point, the sequel was right up there with a lot of others i've seen. like other sequels, it had a more involved and complicated plot than the original, but not so much that it was confusing. i thought Crysta's character changed to much; she was too "Now children, let's look both ways before we cross the street" sort of thing.
but other than that, i liked it a lot. the soundtrack was quite good (a few of the songs got stuck in my head for a long time after watching it ^_^), Batty was hilarious, and, being a Pip's fan myself, i loved that his character was more pronounced and featured in this one.
also, i would just like to point out that Pips didn't sing that song about the roller coaster. it was just a song that was put in. i thought he sang it when i first saw it too, but when i watched it again i saw that his lips were never moving when it played. just sayin'.
well, that's all for now. and don't forget; animated movies rock! Chef13
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