Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil

2011 film by Mike Disa

Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil is a 2011 American computer-animated 3D family action comedy film and the sequel to 2005's Hoodwinked!, and directed by Mike Disa.

DialogueEdit

[first lines]
Nicky Flippers: [narrating] Once upon a time, there were four unlikely heroes. Red Riding Hood, her granny, the not so Big Bad Wolf and an over-caffeinated squirrel called Twitchy. Together, they defeated the evil plans of a very bad little bunny, and came to work for me. My name is Nicky, and I run the Happily Ever After Agency, an organization dedicated to making happy endings for everyone. As we say in the HEA, "It's not just a fairy tale, it's an adventure Recently, Red took a leave of absence to train at a secret location with the legendary Sisters of the Hood. This left the team in a bit of disarray, just as we were about to meet a terrible threat, not only to the HEA, but to happy endings everywhere. It started one night when we received an anonymous tip that two children were being held in a gingerbread house by a witch with a wicked appetite.

Granny: Wolf, think you can handle a bike like this?
Wolf: Sure, I think I could if I had to, I went through my bad boy phase. Rode a bike, greased my hair back, lived over Richie Cunningham's garage, water skied over a shark tank. Those were some Happy Days.

Verushka: Oh, look! Your doggy's trying to save you!

Moss: So You think you can deliver that basket of goodies across my bridge, do you?
Red: Uh-huh.
Moss: Oh, no, no, no, you did not just say that. I did not hear that. There ain't no way my bridge is being crossed by some muffin-delivered red-haired cliched little girl. Get on up out of here.
Red: [backflips] Bring it.

Red: You can't team me up with him! [points at Wolf] He'll just slow me down!

Boingo: Why are you reading that book? Nobody reads books anymore! Movies are always better, especially sequels.

Gretel: You've been Hoodvinked! Too!

Wolf: [After being kicked in the balls by one of the hench pigs] You swine!

Wolf: Where's the old lady?
Gretel: In the room at the end of the hallway! The witch is always shouting at her! It is so scary here! If I stay another minute, I may scream! SCREAM, I TELL YOU!

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