The eternal fight between brothers is something that may never have the solution. After all, the older one teases with the youngest or the youngest suffering in the hands of the older one? What really matters is that one day they will see the importance of real brothers. The second adaptation of the books/comics of Jeff Kinney, follows the same pace as the first, only takes a different focus. Instead of seeing how the friendship of children, now we see the relationship that Greg (Zachary Gordon) has with his brother Rodrick (Devon Bostick), by the way is very turbulent. The screenplay light and relaxed, serves for anyone to watch and have fun, even as a child movie content, but hindered by Greg at school or even at home are very identifiable, I mean, everyone has gone through something similar. The film depicts this relationship and family and friendship between older brothers and younger and all its ups and downs, as in the film is perhaps a little better to see. The script is simple even though some holes, and some things that leave the air ... Perhaps expectations for the next film, leaving more unanswered questions is always a danger, even more attentive to the eyes.