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Le Journal d'un dégonflé 2

Le Journal d'un dégonflé 2
Le Journal d'un dégonflé 2 Rating: 56 out of 100 based on 17 reviews.
Acteurs et actrices
Zachary Gordon

Greg Heffley
Devon Bostick

Rodrick Heffley
Robert Capron

Rowley Jefferson
Rachael Harris

Susan Heffley
Steve Zahn

Frank Heffley
Connor Fielding

Manny Heffley
Owen Fielding

Manny Heffley
Peyton List

Holly Hills
Karan Brar

Chirag Gupta
Laine MacNeil

Patty Farrell
Fran Kranz

Bill Walter
Bryce Hodgson

Ben Segal
Andrew McNee

Coach Malone
Production
Director:David Bowers
Producer:Nina Jacobson (producer)
Bradford Simpson (producer)
Jeff Kinney (executive producer)
Ethan Smith (co-producer)
Writer:Jeff Judah (screenplay)
Jeff Kinney (book)
Gabe Sachs (screenplay) &)
Avis pour Le Journal d'un dégonflé 2
St. Petersburg Times
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is a benign preteen exaggeration in which grownups are useless unless they're being ridiculed, crushes don't respond, classmates store chewed gum behind their ears and someone's butt (clothed, of course)...
lire la critique25 mar 2011
iHaveNet.com
Released a year ago, the first "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" movie captured remarkably little of the sly charm of the Jeff Kinney books that line my son's bookshelf.
The Austin Chronicle
Wimpy kid, wimpy movie.
Boxoffice Magazine
After a domestic gross of $65 million, it is no wonder that Fox has rushed a sequel to their 2010 hit Diary of a Wimpy Kid into theatrs. J
lire la critique25 mar 2011
TV Guide
The scale is smaller but the laughs are bigger in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, a sequel that not only feels more cohesive than its playfully anarchic predecessor,
Avis pour Le Journal d'un dégonflé 2
St. Petersburg Times
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is a benign preteen exaggeration in which grownups are useless unless they're being ridiculed, crushes don't respond, classmates store chewed gum behind their ears and someone's butt (clothed, of course)...
lire la critique25 mar 2011
iHaveNet.com
Released a year ago, the first "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" movie captured remarkably little of the sly charm of the Jeff Kinney books that line my son's bookshelf.
The Austin Chronicle
Wimpy kid, wimpy movie.
Boxoffice Magazine
After a domestic gross of $65 million, it is no wonder that Fox has rushed a sequel to their 2010 hit Diary of a Wimpy Kid into theatrs. J
lire la critique25 mar 2011
TV Guide
The scale is smaller but the laughs are bigger in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, a sequel that not only feels more cohesive than its playfully anarchic predecessor,
CinemaBlend.com
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is about those inept, clueless and underrepresented twelve-year-olds and because of that, it has no real plot. For most films, that meandering would be construed as directionless, but that’s not really the case here.
Movie Line
Most adults would never see Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules of their own volition.
lire la critique24 mar 2011
E! Online
Rodrick (Devon Bostick) does indeed rule, but not over much: As bad-boy big bro to the eponymous Wimpy Kid, he's the only fully developed character in a thrown-together sea of stock types.
lire la critique24 mar 2011
azcentral.com
It's a modest step up, but give credit where it's due: "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules" is an improvement over its predecessor.
lire la critique23 mar 2011
NYDailynews.com
Last year's first "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" flick, based on the goofy book series by Jeff Kinney, had an offbeat charm and a refreshingly innocent view of American kidhood, middle-school division.
lire la critique25 mar 2011
Fan The Fire
Back in middle school after a summer of squabbling, Rodrick Rules sees the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid series return to the silver screen, and the Heffley family try to smooth over brotherly relations,
lire la critique27 mai 2011
MovieXclusive.com
The “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” series is quite a big hit here in Singapore. Following the release of the first movie in this series last year, it received some criticisms on the pace and the low sense of humour but still managed to pull off a profitable...
National Post
We may not even realize the difference until we’re faced with the emerging Diary of a Wimpy Kid franchise. Now in its second instalment with Rodrick Rules, an equally — if not more — charming effort than its predecessor...
lire la critique24 mar 2011
Empire Australasia
Cashing in on the success of Diary Of A Wimpy Kid, the sequel sees Greg (Gordon) and Rowley (Capron) tossed into the seventh grade and further cringe-inducing embarrassment.
Empire
Last year's first adaptation of Jeff Kinney’s comic novel series met with success, so it’s no surprise this sequel sticks to the formula like school paste.
Birmingham Mail
NICELY timed for the half-term holidays, it makes a change for children to have the chance to look forward to a live action drama.
lire la critique27 mai 2011
TotalFilm.com
With its mild moral messages and mid-level movie-making, the second film inspired by writer/ illustrator Jeff Kinney’s popular book series keeps within the well-set constraints of the modern kid-flick.
lire la critique18 mai 2011
Acteurs et actrices
Zachary Gordon...Greg Heffley
Devon Bostick...Rodrick Heffley
Robert Capron...Rowley Jefferson
Rachael Harris...Susan Heffley
Steve Zahn...Frank Heffley
Connor Fielding...Manny Heffley
Owen Fielding...Manny Heffley
Peyton List...Holly Hills
Karan Brar...Chirag Gupta
Laine MacNeil...Patty Farrell
Grayson Russell...Fregley
Terence Kelly...Grandpa
Fran Kranz...Bill Walter
Bryce Hodgson...Ben Segal
Andrew McNee...Coach Malone
John Shaw...Mr. Draybick
Alf Humphreys...Rowley's Dad / Mr Jefferson
Teryl Rothery...Mrs. Kohan
Serge Houde...Mr. Salz
Dalila Bela...Taylor Pringle
Jakob Davies...Scotty
Maple Batalia...Melissa
Alec Willows...Minister
Sean Mathieson...Mean Skater Dude
Belita Moreno...Mrs. Norton
Elysia Rotaru...Ingrid - Girl in The Foot
Ben Hollingsworth...Terence - Man in The Foot
Michelle Harrison...Wealthy Woman
Kevin Kazakoff...Wealthy Man
Graeme Duffy...Emcee
Christopher De-Schuster...Chris the Bass Player
Samantha Page...Shelley
Ava Hughes...Marley
Jake D. Smith...Archie Kelly
Owen Best...Bryce Anderson
Spencer Drever...Harry Gilbertson
Michael Strusievici...Crying Boy
Conner Ingram...Young Rodrick
Mark Brandon...Male News Anchor
Dawn Chubai...Female News Anchor
Brenda Anderson...Mrs. Fiorkowski / Holly's Grandmother
Doreen Ramus...Mrs. Cabbage
Betty Phillips...Mrs. Evesham
Tae Helgeth...Mrs. Tan
Sheila Paterson...Mrs. Bingham
Monica Marko...Mrs. Anholtz
Darcy Michael...Convenience Store Customer #1
Manoj Sood...Convenience Store Customer #2
Nancy Ebert...Convenience Store Customer #4
Melissa Roxburgh...Rachel
Kai Kennedy...Cowering Kid
Brianna Lake...Goth Girl
Savannah Lathem...(voice)
Marcia Miller...Heather Hills
Jeff Kinney...Holly's Dad
Kyle Cornell...Party Goer (uncredited)
Production
Director:David Bowers
Producer:Nina Jacobson (producer)
Bradford Simpson (producer)
Jeff Kinney (executive producer)
Ethan Smith (co-producer)
Writer:Jeff Judah (screenplay)
Jeff Kinney (book)
Gabe Sachs (screenplay) &)
Composer:Ed Shearmur
Cinematographer:Jack N. Green (director of photography)
Editing:Troy Takaki
Production Design:Brent Thomas
Art Director:Shannon Grover
Costume Design:Tish Monaghan
Makeup:Sarah Bergeest Still (first assistant makeup artist)
Janella Churchill (first assistant makeup)
Lisa Love (makeup department head)
Heather Barreca (key hair stylist)
Fay von Schroeder (makeup artist)
Production Management:Aaron Downing (executive in charge of post-production)
Donald Munro (unit manager)
Warren Carr (unit production manager)
Les entreprises
Production Studio:Color Force
Fox 2000 Pictures
United States25 mar 2011
Singapore17 mar 2011
Philippines23 avr 2011
Ireland27 mai 2011
Poland27 mai 2011
United Kingdom27 mai 2011
Germany2 jun 2011
Spain10 jun 2011
France13 jui 2011
Brazil16 sep 2011
Hungary7 sep 2011
Japan23 oct 2011
Argentina1 nov 2011
Netherlands3 jan 2012
Turkey6 jan 2012
Portugal23 jun 2012
Sweden22 aoû 2012