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Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure -- Kate & Humphrey and their three wolf cubs (Smokey, Claudette and Runt) are happily preparing to celebrate their first winter holidays together when their smallest cub, Runt, mysteriously disappears. They must now go on a new journey across the wilderness to find Runt before the winter festivities begin at home.
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Release Date:
4 November 2013 (UK) See more »
Kate & Humphrey and their 3 wolf cubs (Stinky, Claudette and Runt) are happily preparing to celebrate... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Ben Diskin ... Humphrey (voice)
Kate Higgins ... Kate / Stinky / Lily (voice)
Lindsay Torrance ... Claudette (voice)
Liza West ... Runt (voice)

Tracy Pfau ... Eve (voice)
Bill Lader ... Tony (voice)
Meryl Leigh ... Princess (voice)

Shaun Gerardo ... Rogue Wolf #1 (voice)
Blackie Rose ... Garth / King (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

G.K. Bowes ... Daria / Freda / Fran (voice)

Brian Donovan ... Salty

Julia Max ... Live action reference
Chris Smith ... Marcel / Paddy (voice)

Directed by
Anthony Bell 
Richard Rich 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ben Gluck  characters
Tom Kane 
Steve Moore  characters

Produced by
Daniel Engelhardt .... producer
Noah Fogelson .... executive producer
Susan Gelb .... producer
Ken Katsumoto .... producer
Steve Moore .... producer
Richard Rich .... producer
Original Music by
Chris Bacon (music composed by)
Casting by
Bernie Van De Yacht 
Art Department
Partha Bhadra .... lighting artist
Sound Department
Dustin Burford .... sound recordist
Visual Effects by
Vaid. Atul .... digital compositor: Digitales Studios
Partha Bhadra .... lighting sr. artist
Pranjal Choudhary .... digital compositor
Avinash Ghadigaonkar .... digital compositor
Camy Kamani .... visual effects artist
Pranil Mahajan .... effects artist
Animation Department
Habeeb Ahmed .... modeling supervisor
Pankaj Jaiswal .... animator
Dominique Monfery .... animation director
Thokade Satish .... animation director
Other crew
Andrew Tight .... assistant to producers

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Also Known As:
"Alpha & Omega 2" - USA (short title)
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45 min
Color (Technicolor)

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Ben Gluck, director/co-writer of the first movie was supposed to return for the sequel, but eventually left the set due to production problems.See more »
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Claudette, Stinky and 2 of the rogue wolves are fighting a grizzly earlier in the movie, Stinky says "As future leader of this pack, i say charge!" but his mouth doesn't move.See more »
Runt:[sees Princess with a steak in her mouth] God! What large teeth you have.
Princess:You look cold.
Runt:No... i'm just... well...
Runt:Okay, i'm freezing.
Princess:And probably hungry.
Runt:I, uh... i'm a peaky eater... just warning you.
Princess:[gives him the steak]
Runt:But i can be flexible.
[eats the steak]
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Movie Connections:
Follows Alpha and Omega (2010)See more »
Light of ChristmasSee more »


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17 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
An unnecessary and really bad sequel., 13 October 2013
Author: freezing_ice_kirby-1 from United States

When Alpha and Omega was released back in 2010, its reception wasn't very positive. Both critics and movie-goers alike blasted the film, criticizing it's story, animation, and just being an overall bad film. It managed to find some fans, but it's still a film many people just simply forgot... or wanted to forget.

Admittedly, it's a guilty pleasure of mine. Yeah, it's bad, and it's not something I'd recommend to anyone... but I can find some enjoyment out of it, and I don't think it's as bad as many claim (close, but not quite). With that said, in no way did I ever wish for it to receive a sequel. Honestly, it's just not necessary, and again, not too many people even liked the first film. It's fan base, if one even exists, is quite small, so who's the targeted audience? Why even bother making a sequel, knowing it probably won't sell?

Well, they made one anyway, and because I somewhat enjoy the first film, I decided to give it a shot.

...And what a mistake that turned out to be. Any charm the first film might have had is completely absent here, and there's many reasons why. The story is predictable (even more so than the first), the characters (both old and new) are terrible and useless, the script is lousy, the jokes are lame, the animation is often very sloppy and unpolished (amateurish mistakes that would make any newbie and up-and-coming animators blush with embarrassment), among numerous other examples. For that matter, any and all wolf sound effects (Howling, growling, etc.) all sound like poor-quality stock sound effects, as if they found them off some free sound effects website. The amount of effort they put into this film is... practically non-existent.

The worst offender is how short the movie is. It's not even a full- length film... no, it's only 45 minutes. And considering how the finale goes down, there's so much evidence for me to believe the film was cut short and left unfinished... as if they ran out of budget or lost the motivation to complete it (I'm leaning towards the latter).

Everything about this movie screams "Lack of effort". It's an abomination to viewers and fans of the original film. Even after renting this for $4 off of Amazon Instant Video, I still feel cheated and want my money back. Avoid this movie like the plague... trust me, you won't regret it.

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