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Kronk's New Groove
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Kronk's New Groove

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Former meddler Kronk has turned over a new leaf and now runs a bustling pizza parlor in an Incan village. When Kronk hears that his judgmental father, Papi, plans to visit, he scrambles to raise money to impress him. But when things go wrong, Kronk kicks into comical gear and discovers the true riches in life are his friends and being 'true to your groove.'
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December 24, 2005

...this film proves that [Kronk] works best in small doses...
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Movie Metropolis
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December 13, 2005

If its characters, music, and action seem to an adult less than inspired, that's the price one pays for watching a straight-to-video sequel.
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Common Sense Media
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October 22, 2007

Great voice talents, but weak storyline and frankly not much groove.
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Filmcritic.com

December 09, 2005

if you want to spend more time with these characters, you're probably better off just re-watching the original film.
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7M Pictures
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January 19, 2006

I always loved the character of Kronk.... However, it may have been a mistake to give him his own movie.
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eFilmCritic.com
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December 08, 2005

It's just too generic, and generic is not what we want from a sequel to a film that managed to escape the Disney mold.
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