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Petrie and his siblings get ready to fly for the Day of the Flyers, but Petrie is frustrated that he keeps flying out of formation. While practicing, he meets Guido, a Microraptor who does not know what he is, or where he belongs. With the help of Guido, Petrie learns how to be himself and stand out from the crowd. Written by
Not bad, one of the better sequels, but average at best.
The Great Day of the Flyers tells the story of Petrie who has unusual trouble with his flying. Enter Guido, a strange looking creature, who isn't particularly memorable, but a nice character as far as the film goes.
As for the film, it is average, but it is one of the better sequels, Time of the Great Giving being the best. The animation isn't too bad, and the characters are still likable. The film does have a sense of cuteness and fun, and one of the main reasons why I saw it was for Ducky, and besides having a different voice actress, she is still the sweet character I fell in love with in the original, which is a beautiful poignant movie, that I still adore at 17.
The film does have its faults, I did find the music forgettable, and the dialogue wasn't always as inspiring as it could have been. The story isn't the best in terms of execution, and the film, like the other sequels, further suffers from being too short.
Overall, a cute and sweet movie, that is average at best compared to the original, but on its own, it is fun to watch, but perhaps forgettable after a few days. 5/10 Bethany Cox
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