this a perfectly fine film which suffers from too many storylines. The performances are all good, the jokes hit home more than they miss and there are a couple of brilliant set pieces. Competent and worth the half-term trip for a break from the kids
the sequel, doesn't deliver on the genially amusing, if disposable, fluff; but the upshot is nevertheless sufficiently buoyant to charm the audiences that turned SLOP into a record-breaking box office proposition
the sequel remains charming, beautifully animated, and often incredibly funny; It's simple, but it's effective, and the imagination that fuels the series' furry and frisky characters makes it fine entertainment for anyone..
it's full of zest, wit and charm even if its storyline is a bit of a dog’s dinner. The canine and feline characters are very vividly drawn and the human characters are sensibly kept well in the background
a sequel that feels less necessary than willed into being, but that doesn't mean it's not pleasantly entertaining. There are more fluffy animals than in the first movie, more set-pieces and about the same number of laughs