When Bodi and his band 'True Blue' leave Snow Mountain, to tour with pop sensation, Lil' Foxy, they learn that fame comes at a price.


Mark Baldo


Denise Bradley (original character development), Mike Bundlie (original character development) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Michael Adamthwaite ... Carl / Trey (voice)
Ashleigh Ball ... Darma (voice)
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr ... Lil' Foxy (voice)
Brian Dobson ... Fleetwood Yak / Heavy Metal Pig (voice)
Brian Drummond ... Khampa (voice)
Andrew Francis ... Germur (voice)
Graham Hamilton ... Bodi (voice)
James Higuchi James Higuchi ... Shumai (voice)
Donny Lucas ... Riff (voice)
Richard Newman ... Norbu (voice)
Sabrina Pitre ... Wei (voice)
Jason Simpson ... Linnux (voice)
Cathy Weseluck ... Maydow (voice)


When Bodi and his band 'True Blue' leave Snow Mountain, to tour with pop sensation, Lil' Foxy, they learn that fame comes at a price.

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A Decent DTV Sequel From Splash Entertainment
22 June 2021 | by jeremycrimsonfoxSee all my reviews

One year after the first film, Bodi, Darma, and Germur are a great band in Snow Mountain named True Blue. However, when the three's latest performance is recorded and goes viral, the band meets, Lang, a music promotor, who invites them to go on tour with pop sensation Lil' Foxy (voiced by Kathleen Barr). However, in the process, Bodi is pressured by Lang to change his image and personality, causing a rift between him and his bandmates, and to make matters worst, Lang is plotting to steal Bodi's powers to use for his own evil deeds.

Yeah, this is a sequel by Splash Entertainment, the same company who helped Lionsgate with those horrid sequels to Alpha & Omega and Norm of the North, but this one is actually good. Like every DTV video, the voice cast is different (Bodi is now voiced by Graham Hamilton, who replaces Luke Wilson, and Darma is now voiced by Ashleigh Bell, who replaces Mae Whitman, among other recasts). Thankfully, the voices are okay, as some of them manage to nail how the characters voiced in the last film (Khampa is spot on, despite being voiced by Brain Drummond, but does a good job getting close to J. K. Simmons' voice, but with a lower pitch). Also, we get some new characters, like Norbu and Maydow, Bodi's grandparents, and red pandas Wei and Shumai, alongside Lil Foxy and Lang.

The story is good, with a neat moral about staying true to who you are. The only complaint I have is that some of the script relies on word play, as some dialogue use song titles like Stairway To Heaven and Paint It Black), which while neat given the characters are rock stars, can be a bit tiring. Otherwise, this is a good sequel for kids.

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