It was much better in terms of production values, in other words you could tell this one had a bigger budget. The only thing this one lacked (for me) was the emotional sucker punch the first one packed. In the first movie, the actors weren't the best, the sets often looked like sets, and the computer animation was a little rushed looking, but I could feel the heart of the people involved in getting the movie made. This one left me a little cold, but it won't prevent me from recommending people see it anyway.
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