This film is a sequel to the 2016 film Sing, and it reunites the protagonists for a performance in Redshore City. While the previous version from Illumination Entertainment focused on the group’s formation, Sing 2 focuses on how they pursue their aspirations and become great entertainment stars. Sing 2 release date was December 22nd, 2021.
The New Moon Theatre has become a local favorite. But Matthew McConaughey as Buster Moon (a koala) has his sights set on the Crystal Tower Theater in Redshore City, the entertainment center of the globe, to present a new show.
He reunites with his initial ensemble, a group of actor-musicians who now aspire to play in the big leagues. This group includes Sing 2 actors Reese Witherspoon as Rosita (a pig), who’s supposed to be the main protagonist and star of the show; Taron Egerton as Johnny (a gorilla); Scarlett Johansson as Ash (a porcupine); Tory Kelly as Meena (an elephant); and Nick Kroll as Gunter (a pig).
When a scout, Suki (Chelsea Peretti), turns them down, they make their way to Redshore City, where they persuade music magnate Mr. Crystal (Bobby Cannavale) to let them put on a concert. They have the funds and the crew—with one exception. To make their dream come true, they must persuade a reclusive popstar named “Clay Calloway” (Bono), a grumpy lion who hasn’t been seen in 15 years, to be the centerpiece of their “Out of the World” concert.
Sing 2 Movie Review
Garth Jennings, the writer-director, has written an intriguing script about how each character overcomes inner difficulties. The film’s backbone is its music. The songs chosen by Jennings for this animated musical are fantastic. There are a lot of pop-culture allusions in this film. Fans of the first film will love the diversity of humor and some recurring jokes.
The 3D effects and animation are excellent. Because the plot is simple, children will love the film. However, the storyline might feel a little too basic at times. That being said, Sing 2 isn’t perfect, and the plot might be a little shaky at times.
Sing 2 cast member Letitia Wright portrays Johnny’s friendly choreographer, an Iberian lynx named Nooshy. In Sing 2, Pharrell Williams depicts the sweet elephant Alfonso, who is Meena’s love interest. Eric André portrays the pompous, self-centered yak Darius, with whom Meena is forced to sing a romantic duet reluctantly. Jimmy’s Saluki assistant, Chelsea Perrett, is the first to try to put a damper on Buster’s celebrations.
Sing 2 is a colorful, joyful, and enjoyable musical animation aimed squarely at kids. The anthropomorphic characters in this film are adorable. It has a straightforward concept and a foreseeable ending, but it does so with panache. “Sing 2” has a message, but it isn’t preachy. The internal jokes will appeal to fans of the original. Even those who aren’t strictly lovers of the first film will appreciate this sequel because of its superb graphics and terrific music.