Kronk's New Groove


Animation / Comedy / Family / Musical / Romance

IMDb Rating 5.8 10 10,968


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September 11, 2020



David Spade as Sergio, The Hair Stylist
Eartha Kitt as Yzma
John Goodman as John Krytsick
Patrick Warburton as Prairie Puff Man
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689.06 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
75 min
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1.38 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
75 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by great_198 7 / 10 / 10

A Worthy Successor

because i work at a very popular movie rental chain, i was able to see this movie before it comes out on DVD dec. 13th. i tried going into this movie with no expectations, and i must say that i was pleasantly surprised. it'll never live up to the brilliance of the emperor's new groove, but it's still pretty good for a Disney direct-to-DVD release. it referred back to the first movie a lot, and it rehashed some of the old jokes (ala austin powers movies), but it had enough fresh gags to keep me entertained. kronk was good as a main character, and we get into his character a lot, but the character development did get in the way of the humor of kronk from time to time. when it comes down to it, kronk just wasn't as funny as he was in the first movie, but he's still a great character. check it out. you may enjoy it.

Reviewed by melodyro-1 6 / 10 / 10

Kronk gets one big thumbs-up from me!

Very cute for a Disney sequel. I love Kronk and I was not disappointed by his portrayal in this movie- he's still still charming and funny & had me laughing pretty much the entire movie. You really need to watch this movie w/out any preconceived ideas of sequels or high expectations. Just prepare for mild amusement and you will be pleasantly surprised. The plot line did jump around a bit, but everything was tied together in the end. I think a double conflict (Yzema and Birdwell)adds more "oomph" (for lack of a better word) and departs from your typical, run-of-the-mill storyline. I love the subtle references to other movies (i.e. Gollum & "Lord of the Rings"). I also think that the message/objective that "Kronk's New Groove" projects- to be honest with yourself and others about your true self, and to worry less about what others may think about you- is highly meaningful to today's youth (adults too!) Great job, Disney: No "nostril flare of total rejection" from me! :)

Reviewed by CuriosityKilledShawn 6 / 10 / 10

An entertaining, though weakly plotted sequel

First of all, let me just say that Kronk's New Groove is very, very funny with a good amount of laugh out loud moments. Surely that is all that matters then, eh? Well, no. Compared to the first film, the story is pretty tepid. All of the previous characters return. Of course there is Kronk himself, along with Kuzco, Pacha and his family, the babbling squirrel and Yzma (who has now turned mostly back into a 'human' but still features a cat's tail and feline abilities. The movie tries to incorporate all of them into the story but nothing really sticks. It all just seems like an excuse for mayhem. As before, it is told in flashback with Kronk explaining how he ended up in such sorry circumstances. His dad is coming to visit him and he's afraid of the inevitable disapproval he'll get as all he's managed to do with his life is be a Junior Chipmunk Troup Leader and run a restaurant kitchen. His dad thinks that cooking and talking to animals isn't a 'real job' and won't give Kronk the big thumbs up until he's got his own house on a hill with loads of money. From this thin idea comes loads of deception, scheming and hijinks. And that's basically the movie. It IS packed full of hilarious moments and wonderful Looney Tunes-inspired humor like the first, but it just lacks that overall high-quality. Still, it's loads of fun and any fan of The Emperor's New Groove must give it a rent.

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