After receiving a mountain of fan mail, Pinkfong (Colleen O’Shaughnessey) and her friend, Hogi (Cassandra Lee Morris; singing voice Jessica Rau), decide to put on a live concert for all their fans in Wonderville. As they begin to practice, many of their friends join in with ideas and songs of their own. As the fans gather for the concert, they are treated to a variety of musical performances and dance moves but they are also shown the challenges the performers have faced along the way. The audience sees the group come together to problem solve and encourage each other, especially when one of the performers develops a bad case of stage fright. The musical extravaganza isn’t quite what Pinkfong and Hogi had planned. Instead it is something much better.
Jealousy; disagreeing with your friends; stage fright
Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert has some violence. For example:
- A row of birds bang into each other and they all drop their musical instruments.
- Pinkfong hits one of her friends on the head with a drumstick and her friend runs off crying.
There are no sexual references in Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert.
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
There’s no substance use in Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert.
Nudity and sexual activity
There’s no nudity and sexual activity in Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert.
There’s no product placement in Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert, but there’s a lot of associated merchandise.
There’s no coarse language in Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert.
Ideas to discuss with your children
Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert is an animated sequel to the 2020 movie, Pinkfong and Baby Shark’s Space Adventures. The movie contains many songs, including the popular hit Baby Shark, and will be best enjoyed by young children and pre-schoolers.
These are the main messages from Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert:
- Everyone is special.
- Everyone has unique talents.
- Everyone has a role to play.
Values in the movie that you could reinforce with your children are friendship, cooperation, inclusivity, kindness and gratitude.
Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert could also give you the chance to talk with your children about the importance of working out disagreements, and finding the courage to do things that you’re afraid to do, such as performing in front of others.