Kronk's New Groove (2005)

G   |  Video   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Family

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Kronk desperately tries to find ways to impress his Dad, whom he can never please. But when things go wrong, Kronk kicks into comical gear and discovers the true riches in life are his friends and being "true to your groove."

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19 January 2013 | TheLittleSongbird
| Entertaining enough but not a patch on the first film
I loved The Emperor's New Groove. Hilarious and highly original with great animation, music and voice work it was by quite some considerable distance one of the best Disney movies after the Renaissance era. Considering that Kronk's New Groove was a direct to video sequel that did put doubts in my mind, but I saw it anyway as while there are some bad ones(101 Dalmatians II, Cinderella II, Jungle Book II, Little Mermaid II) there are also some good actually(King of Thieves, Bambi II, Enchanted Christmas and Simba's Pride). Kronk's New Groove is among neither the bad or good ones, ranking it if I had to I'd put it around the middle. The biggest letdown to Kronk's New Groove was the story, it was very thin and felt often like a few episodes strung together. Some of it also did feel rushed pace-wise, and there are a few scenes around where they're at the squirrel camp where the humour got a little juvenile. I did wish as well that Kuzco and Yzma were in the movie more, but it was a pleasure to see them, and they do have some good moments. The animation is great though with the colour and fluidity more than satisfying, especially for a Disney direct to video sequel, and the music, especially Yzma's song, is catchy. Apart from the odd juvenile moment, the film is often hilarious, and there are some nice moments like Kuzco's crying at the cheesy footage, Kronk's music video, Yzma's song and the idea of Kronk and his father. Kronk does work better as a support character, but at the same he is likable and funny enough to be a lead as well so having him as one didn't hurt the film for me. The voice talent is top-notch, unsurprising as all the voice-actors here are very talented. All in all, entertaining but not great. 6/10 Bethany Cox

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Animation | Comedy | Family | Musical | Romance


Release Date:

12 December 2005



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