Starring (voice): Joel McHale, Mike Epps, Jane Krakowski, Crispin Glover, Cody Cameron, Billly Connolly
Elliot (McHale) and Boog (Epps) are still partners and best friends. Elliot is all set to marry Giselle (Krakowski) but is having last minute butterfly's in his stomach. To begin with, he breaks his huge antlers, and by huge I mean at least three times his flimsy body and they were possibly the only thing he could be proud of. The wild animals have a new domestic addition to the group, Mr. Weenie the dog (Cameron) who has escaped from his owner in a bid to taste freedom. His owner manages to hunt him down and takes him back with her, which becomes an excuse for Elliot to call off the wedding and go on a hunt for Mr. Weenie. It's a crazily hilarious mix up which includes an over-aggressive, foul mouthed and half-foot tall squirrel, McSquizzy (Connolly) along with an evil poodle, Fifi (Glover). The movie doesn't have fall-over-your-seat humour but decent to make it a breeze to watch. The only person who can really make you laugh is the character of McSquizzy which too takes some bit of understanding to get the true meaning. It aims to make your kid brother laugh and it will.
Thumbs up: Fun and smooth to watch
Thumbs down: Not overtly funny