The further adventures of the admirably curmudgeonly eponymous hero are rife with reference, rich in rip-roaring, and rabid in rapidity. A toploaded haultruck of japes and caricatures groaning under the weight of invention and whimsy, Shreck 2 bludgeons your world-weary doubts aside and calls on the multiple comic talents of the vocal performers to enliven the pixelpainted protagonists and generate an animation which absolutely, positively will not quit. Once again drawing on the post-Charles Addams value-inversion gag, the drama deals with Shreck’s first encounter with his bride Fiona’s extended family. If there are flaws - and no doubt there are - it is unlikely you will notice them, or care, amid what is enjoyable and exciting. You want to know whether to bother, the answer is "yes".
Broog has spoken. Now go play in the traffic.