Diary Of A Wimpy Kid 2: Roderick Rules (U)

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Time Out says

Posted: Tue May 24 2011

This second adaptation of US author Jeff Kinney’s series of cartoon novellas is a little more coherent and tolerable than the first, but still plays like an observational channel-Z sitcom. As before, Kinney’s simplistic drawings are arbitrarily superimposed over some of the live-action scenes but do little to enhance what scant story there is. The first film centred on the crisis of confidence experienced by Zachary Gordon’s nerdy middle-school pupil, Greg; this covers his ongoing conflict with his bullying, wannabe-rockstar brother Rodrick (Devon Bostick) and his yearnings for empty-headed schoolmate Holly (Peyton List). Most of the kids continue to irritate and, for a comedy aimed at youngsters, the laughs are woefully scarce.
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Rated:

U

UK release:

Fri May 27, 2011

Duration:

99 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

David Bowers

Cast:

Steve Zahn, Rachel Harris, Zachary Gordon

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scrumpyjack

Hangover 2, X Men 5, Pirates 4 hogging my locals screens so this is all I had left! Actually, not bad! 6/10 but full marks Id guess for 12 and under. (note to self, borrow my nieces Pt.1 dvd....but don't tell anyone)

Burkiss

I saw this in previews at the weekend and the audience I saw it with laughed from start to finish. It's funny and clever.

Burkiss

I saw this in previews at the weekend and the audience I saw it with laughed from start to finish. It's funny and clever.