Red (Jason Sudeikis), left, and Leonard (Bill Hader) in "Angry Birds 2."
Sony Pictures via AP
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It's hard to have huge expectations for a movie called "The Angry Birds Movie 2 ". It's not even a movie based on a smartphone game. It's a sequel to a movie based on a smartphone game. Regardless of its pedestrian origins (these non-flying birds actually are pedestrians) the movie, directed by Thurop Van Orman, reminds us that finding a formula to appeal to both kids and parents for 90-odd minutes isn't rocket science. If you haven't seen the last film, and haven't played the game (kudos for all the time you've saved), let's recap.In other words, its future offspring, but let's not dwell on that.Like in a James Bond film, her plans involve ultimate global destruction -- at least in the vicinity of Pigcific Ocean."Angry Birds Movie 2" is screening in Beirut-area cinemas.
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