A special mission to keep a precious book out of harm.
A delicious film. Beautiful colours. Full of charm.
Grant: fab in those guises.
Many joyous surprises.
Genuinely warm and sweet. No hint of saccharine smarm.
George and Harold: cheeky pranksters (it's in their genes).
Crabby Krupp wants to catch them by any means.
It drags at times, but at its best
When subversive jokes are expressed.
I'd certainly have welcomed some more Edith scenes.
From Baby Dory's eyes to Hank's version of ranting,
It's full of delights. Also, expertly implanting
Messages re: disability; inclusion.
Many visual treats? Yes, a profusion.
It's a sequel that's quite charming and enchanting.
Michael, who feels alone and is tightly wound,
Is travelling (speaking engagement bound).
Sadly, Lisa feels she's ordinary.
The animation is extraordinary.
Some beautiful moments here are quite profound.