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The Animals want to save the park.Surly the squirrel and his animal friends find out that the corrupt mayor of Oakton plans to bulldoze their beloved Liberty Park to make way for an amusement park. Hoping to save the place they call home, Surly, Andie, Buddy and the rest of the gang join forces with Mr. Feng, a seemingly cute and innocent mouse who happens to be a fierce master of kung fu.A group of animals are horrified when their beloved park is targeted for demolition by the city's unscrupulous mayor. In an attempt to reclaim their home, Surly the squirrel (voiced by Will Arnett) puts together a scheme to destroy the gaudy amusement park that's been built on the property. The end of 2014’s The Nut Job saw Surly and his friends (including a surprising number of beavers and a pug) in sole custody of a closed down nut shop, where we rejoin them as they spend days of leisure squandering a lifetime supply of food. Only responsible Andie (Katherine Heigl) continues to value the old way of life, and to squirrel away stores for the winter, a practice which sees her roundly and repeatedly mocked by Surly and friends. The animals’ over-indulgence sets up a potentially interesting plot: will the gang have to rediscover moderation and fitness after all this over-eating and wastage? But the film never discusses anything as sensible as sustainability. Having accidentally destroyed their food stash, the characters spend perhaps half a minute on recriminations before shifting focus entirely and returning to their city park.
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