The School of the Magical Animals 2

The School of the Magical Animals 2

Theater fun at the School of Magical Animals: The students want to perform a musical for the school's anniversary. Will the rehearsals end in chaos or will the class pull together? And what's up with the strange holes on the school grounds? With the help of the magical animals, the children learn what really matters: teamwork.

  • Released: 2022-09-29
  • Runtime: 103 minutes
  • Genre: Adventure, Family
  • Stars: Emilia Maier, Loris Sichrovsky, Leonard Artur Conrads, Marleen Lohse, Justus von Dohn├ínyi, Milan Peschel, Nadja Uhl, Heiko Pinkowski, Mark Janicello, Lilith Julie Johna
  • Director: Sven Unterwaldt Jr.
 Comments
  • rannynm - 5 June 2024
    Love All The Magical Talking Animals With Fun Personalities
    I like the film The School of Magical Animals 2. It is entertaining with all the magical animals talking and having fun personalities. I also really like how the animals match their owners' personalities. The movie has a castle in a village for the school which makes the setting very interesting. The only drawback is that, at times, it is a little repetitive.

    The storyline follows Ida and Benni who attend the Winterstein School where the students are practicing a musical to show their parents and they sometimes disagree and make each feel upset or left out - but they work it out. At the end when they put on the play something strange happens and they are shocked to find out.

    Based on the successful German children's book series by Margit Auer, this film is a blend of CGI animation and live action. What makes it particularly fun is the talking animals, which include a talking fox, tortoise and magpie. Director Sven Unterwaldt beautifully brings this story to life. Ida, a kind and nice girl, is played by Emilia Maier, who portrays her perfectly. Her pet, Rabbat, is wonderfully voiced by Max Von der Groeben. I love watching the magical animals sing, rap, talk, and dance, and at times they advise their human friends. The animals help teach lessons in friendship, perseverance, and the importance of sharing feelings. Another fun fact about the animals is that they can transform into stuffed animals when needed, so they can hide from strangers. Throughout the movie, you see beautiful landscapes and European villages and castles.

    The film's message is about teamwork. In the beginning, the children struggle to come as a team, but when they start to work together they start to accomplish more.

    I give The School Of Magical Animals 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 12. It is available in theaters June 7, 2024. By Clara T., KIDS FIRST!