Summary: Superior sequel that delivers more of worked in the first and less of what did not. The characters have grown more on me this time and the jokes come out at rapid fire. I laughed consistently.
Summary: In my opinion, this is the funniest of the series. It opens up more character plots and stories that were pretty funny. King Julien and the Penguins should win awards for best supporting actors, haha.
Summary: Doesn't quite capture the freshness of the first film, in humor or in animation quality. The voice cast is, once again, hit-and-miss, and the plot runs more like a second-rate Disney film, than an actual animation contender.
Summary: Forget the main characters, the penguins and monkeys and a little old lady kept me watching this sequel. Sure the main cast goes through their own rites of passage, but it's the supporting cast that really made this worthwhile.
Summary: Worse than the original. Jada Pinkett Smith and David Schwimmer are fine but the rest of the cast is disappointing. The new character Mort adds some enjoyment to film but he's so terribly under-used that it's embarrassing.
Excerpt: The 4 wild kings of the 'concrete jungle' pick up where they left off in Madagascar. They leave for New York New York, and end up crash landing in what seems to be Africa, and it helps them connect back to old roots.
Excerpt: The most cunning and vicious creatures are definitely back. Yes I'm talking about the penguins, you’re probably expecting something else. It was really funny to see this flightless birds be as sophisticated as a military tactical team.
Excerpt: Madagascar 2 is an animated film from the Dreamworks studio released in 2008, three years after the original film was released. The original film is something we have watched many times. I then watched the third film in the cinema but then we somehow missed out film 2.