Dolphin Tale 2


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Morgan Freeman as Dr. Cameron McCarthy
Ashley Judd as Lorraine Nelson
Harry Connick Jr. as Dr. Clay Haskett
Austin Stowell as Kyle Connellan
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1hr 47 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by estebangonzalez10 4 / 10

Should have been released Direct to DVD

"You can't just throw two dolphins in the water together."

And that's basically the only conflict driving the plot for this sequel. I was a huge fan of Charles Martin Smith's first film starring Winter, the dolphin with the prosthetic tail, but there isn't anything appealing about this sequel which barely has a plot. I felt that there was never really much at stake here and many of the emotional moments felt forced, unlike in the first film where there was a lot at stake. There were a lot of fillings and subplots that never did anything to help build the pacing, and despite remaining family friendly, most children will probably be bored by this sequel. I never got engaged with it and perhaps much of that had to do with the weak script and the lack of conflict. The characters which I really liked the first time around didn't do anything for me in this sequel and I didn't feel that same connection they had with Winter this time around. Dolphin Tale 2 has all the right ingredients for a direct to DVD movie, but somehow it has been released in the big screen and received some positive reviews from the critics (only 4% lower than Interstellar according to Rottentomatoes). It astonishes me considering this film is formulaic and predictable with very little going for it. A week from now everyone will forget about it.

The true star of the franchise is Winter, but in this sequel we really don't get to see the dolphin all that much. There really isn't much at stake either, and we know how everything is going to play out. The cast is back again, which means we get some cameos from Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd, and Kris Kristofferson, but they aren't given any substantial role this time around. The film centers once again on the child actors, Nathan Gamble and Cozi Zuehlsdorff, who deliver solid performances but don't add much to the story. From the first scene you can tell that the producers were simply trying to cash in after the success of the first film because there is not much going for it story wise. The true story is inspirational and the original film has touched many people's lives, but there wasn't any need for a sequel.

Reviewed by Maggie Gajda 9 / 10

Great family movie

This is a great family movie. Written based on the real story is reflects on the true motto of Clearwater Marine Aquarium: "rescue, rehabilitate & release" The movie does not promote cruelty or keeping animals in captivity. If the dolphin or the turtle health bill is good and the animal is able to survive on its own then the crew release it back into the ocean. Harry Connick Jr. plays Dr Clay Haskett, and when asked if it was possible for Winter to survive on her own would he let her go. His answer: right this minute! As it is the animals that stay in the aquarium are either too seriously injured or with other medical reasons (dolphin Panama, that was keeping Winter company, was deaf and not able to echo-locate food and feed herself) The acting is good, story line simple enough for kids to follow and some moments you find yourself holding breath waiting for what is next. And after watching the movie you may want to visit real stars Winter & Hope in Clearwater, FL.

Reviewed by laforge129 9 / 10

Inspiring Movie

It is a very heart warming movie. I will say that if you do not see this movie, you are missing out.

Sometimes Animals have to be in captivity due to their injuries because of our irresponsible behaviors. This was a very good movie and can bring a family to want to go see Winter and Hope in Florida.

We find Sawyer having many struggles in this movie. He has to decide what to do with his life and how he wants to proceed. We also see Hazel go through a transformation from being the child to an adult. She is given more responsibility. She had to fight with her father because He wants her to be his little girl always.

Winter has so many challenges that I can't begin to talk about them all in this movie. His dolphin friend dies, and they have to find another Dolphin to partner with Winter. This is where Hope comes along, a juvenile Dolphin who knows nothing about feeding her self in the wild and is a female!

Great Movie for the Family

If anything you should see this movie and decide for yourself!

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