The Emperor’s New Groove and Kronk’s New Groove Review

For the first time on Blu-ray Combo Pack, this summer Walt Disney Studios invites its audiences to get into the groove with the two outrageously funny animated comedies, “The Emperor’s New Groove” and “Kronk’s New Groove”. Which have been available since June 11, 2013. Disney was nice enough to send over these movies for me to review in exchange for my honest opinion.

The fun starts with “The Emperor’s New Groove”, when the young and spoiled Emperor Kuzco is transformed into a llama by his sinister advisor, Yzma and her henchman, Kronk. It takes such a thoughtful peasant named Pasha to restore the kingdom and show Kuzco just how much fun it is to be true to yourself.

The Emperor's New Groove

Bringing this film into play with such a great performance by the great, funny, energetic characters. It is a wonderful movie that shows how certain people can be changed with just a little help by friendship. I loved the characters, the style of how they would be crazy skinny with a funny facial style, or big and muscle with such a sweet nice approach. Very nice. The plot is something that can actually teach children about themselves emotionally.

Continuing with the fun in, “Kronk’s New Groove” this outrageous sequel is focused on the hilarious, loved henchman of Yzma, Kronk! Already Kronk is going strong with all his friends and his restaurant, remembering that is dad is coming to town to see him. Kronk tries to cook up a get-rich quick scheme to impress his dad when he arrives. Of course things go wrong, but soon after Kronk realizes that the true riches in his life aren’t a big house or a lot of money it is his friends and being “true to your groove”.

This sequel was a nice addition to the movie collection. Focusing on a more approachable character, who doesn’t seem to have troubles but has a few of his own. And yet again, this movie has its very own plot that takes sharp turns and detours to get to the meaningful solution of it all. Still, this film continoues to be filled with comedy the entire family will enjoy!

With talented voice actors/actresses: David Spade as Emperor Kuzco, John Goodman as Pasha, Eartha Kitt as Yzma, Patrick Warburton Yzma, Wendie Malick as Chicha, John Mahoney as Papi, and Tracey Ullman as Miss Birdwell.

Disclosure I received products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers.

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