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Film Review - Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (2022)


Last year, Disney attempted to do something with the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” brand name, looking to reboot the world of author Jeff Kinney with an animated adaptation of the first book, which was previously explored in a live-action production from 2010. The cartoon wasn’t devoted to a complete translation of Kinney’s work, but it brought new comedic elasticity to the franchise, finding a way to bring the writing to life in a way flesh-and-blood actors couldn’t. Apparently, the movie was something of a success, with “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules” serving as a sequel, once again exploring the self-made misery of Greg Heffley and his eternal quest to be popular. There’s no leap in technology or increased budget for the follow-up, but Kinney (who scripts) tries to soften the harshness of his original writing, aiming to generate a more sincere understanding of brotherhood, bringing some heart to the endeavor. Read the rest at


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