Plot: Get ready to rock n' rüle!
A new school year, his brother Rodrick teases him over and over and over and over again. Will Greg manage to get along with him? Or will a secret ruin everything?
Review: The beginning of the film shows Greg and Rodrick's parents leaving the boys alone while they celebrate their wedding anniversary.
Being cool as he is, Rodrick decided to take advantage of his newfound authority by throwing an unofficial, illegal party.
Rowley and Greg were confined to the basement by Rodrick, and the only way they were able to learn about the party was by peering through a gap in the door.
However, Rodrick required assistance tidying up the area when the Heffley parents decided to return a day early.
After spending the previous night in the basement awake, Greg was still groggy and wasn't going to remove the marker from the wall for free.
He warns Rodrick that things will be different between the two of them if he helps him clean up the mess. He wants to get information from his older brother. Give him access to the wisdom his big brother has been withholding.
Rodrick hesitantly agrees, saying, "You keep your mouth shut about the party, and I'll tell you everything I know."
Information may indeed be empowering. Greg is well aware of Rodrick's wild party, and for once, he also has some power to use.
For those who enjoy seeing animated films, Although there have been other sequels to this movie, this has a different act since the filmmaker incorporated humor and good times.
NOTE: "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" has a long and illustrious past and has appeared in countless different formats. On the educational website Funbrain, it first appeared in 2004 as a form of a kid-friendly serialized webcomic.
Jeff Kinney, the creator, and illustrator of the comics received a book deal as a result of its popularity and adapted the comics into a top-selling children's book.
Release date: Dec 2, 2022 (United States)
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Drama, Family
Stars(Voices): Brady Noon, Hunter Dillon, Ethan William Childress, Erica Cerra
Director: Luke Cormican
Writer: Jeff Kinney and Kathleen Shugrue