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PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2003 3:43 pm 
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For any Disney Movie
I would wanna see a Toy Story 3
But no sequals for movies from a while ago because they seem to lack something that the original had(like Jungle Book 2,Peter Pan 2)


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My favorite Pixar film is A Bug's Life and I would love to see a sequel to that. I know they are making a Nemo 2, but I personally don't want another Toy Story film. I liked the first 2, but 2 is enough. As far as 2-D animated movies, I can't wait until the real Lilo and Stitch sequel. Hope it's better than Stitch: The Movie.


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no more sequels!


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no more sequels!


here here!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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Disney's best sequel, to me, is The Rescuers Down Under. Fabulous film, in terms of animation, characters, story. Also, The Lion King 2, as I remember, seemed to have really good animation...for a home video release. They put effort into that one.

I'm not sure what sequels I would want to see...as for the real Lilo & Stitch sequel, I would love if they gave it a full treatment, on par with the original film's budget/animation, and released it in theaters. But that won't happen...

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Squirrel wrote:
Disney's best sequel, to me, is The Rescuers Down Under. Fabulous film, in terms of animation, characters, story. Also, The Lion King 2, as I remember, seemed to have really good animation...for a home video release. They put effort into that one.


I agree.. these are two of the better sequels with amazing animation.
what i find ahshame... is that The Return of Jafar, had a great story goin' and had some great songs.... but it;s probably the crappiest animation flick disney has ever released.

Such a waste.

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I'd like to see "The Three Caballeros' Loco Adventure" a wacky blend of 2d, 3d, and stop motion animation blended with live action. I've been planning on writing a little fan script of this for a while. It'll be really wacked out and psychedelic and fun! :D

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Black Cauldron 2, Oliver and Company 2, and Aristocats 2. I personally love all the sequals except Peter Pan 2.

A Monsters Inc. 2 would be good as a crisis happens and Buu is grown up.


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I totally agree with MickeyMouseBoy on this - NO MORE SEQUELS! :evil:


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I'm not that big a fan of disney sequals either. I just don't think that they are even close to being as good as the original. Although, I am interested to see lion king 1 1/2 and mulan 2 :D

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Maerj wrote:
I'd like to see "The Three Caballeros' Loco Adventure" a wacky blend of 2d, 3d, and stop motion animation blended with live action. I've been planning on writing a little fan script of this for a while. It'll be really wacked out and psychedelic and fun! :D



:o wow u read my mind!!!!! ivbe always wanted to see a sequel to that , i think it would be really awsome if disney did it the right way(but they would probably mess ity up big time)


The only sequels i would like mto see are ones to the great mouse detective and the rescuers cuz tyhere so much you can do with those!


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-The Wedding of Beauty and the Beast
-The AristoKittens
-The Rescuers in the Great White North
-The Four Caballeros
-The Hunchback of Notre Dame III
-Pocahontas III: The Homecoming
-Fantasia Christmas
-The Fantasia Finale
-Eeyore's Tragic Tale
-Winnie the Pooh: Farewell, Christopher Robin

I have ideas for a storyline for each of these, but are too lazy to write them now.

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I'd like to see a monsters inc. 2. That's one of my all-time favorite movies, and I'm sure they could come up with another great story. That's one of the few disney-sequels I'd really like to see

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goofystitch wrote:
My favorite Pixar film is A Bug's Life and I would love to see a sequel to that.

:D Sounds like fun! A Bug*s Life 2!!!

jasmine-rules wrote:
Although, I am interested to see lion king 1 1/2 and mulan 2 :D

me too!! Mulan 2 should be interesting.

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-The Wedding of Beauty and the Beast
-The AristoKittens
-The Rescuers in the Great White North
-Pocahontas III: The Homecoming
-Fantasia Christmas
-The Fantasia Finale

I love this list. :wink: The AristoKittens sound adorable! As much as I love Atlantis: TLE, the sequel was awful. The episodes I didn't care for too much. The same goes for Cinderella 2, not my fave. Pocahontas II was very good, and I enjoyed the music. Never saw Scamp's Adventure or 101 Dalmatians 2, yet.

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I'd like to see a monsters inc. 2. That's one of my all-time favorite movies, and I'm sure they could come up with another great story. That's one of the few disney-sequels I'd really like to see

Same. I wonder what would be the plot?!


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I would have to say "No More Sequels!"

Disney himself hated sequels and I just say a sequel means you have run out of good fresh new ideas.

I am usually okay with sequels and have grown to like some of them, but once you start messing with the classics it's over.

Cinderella 2 - Come On now.

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NO SEQUELS IN MY OPINION.
PERIOD.

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Lot's of Disney film's have perfectly legitimate sequels, because the works they were taken from (*gasp*) had sequels.

Personally I don't mind any sequel - as long as care, love and attention is taken over it (something that isn't really happening 90% of the time) but if Disney must make sequels, these seem to be more plausible:

Alice in Wonderland (The first film took aspects from both books, but there's lots of unused stuff for a sequel)

The Sword In the Stone - was inspired from a series of books.

Robin Hood - lots of unused stuff from the English folk tales. Would probably have to be a mid-quel.

The Black Cauldron - possibly. Not sure how the original film relates to the series of books.

The Great Mouse Detective - was based on a series of books

Tarzan - was based on a series of books (I know it's the traditional Disney flip-flop but I would like to see a Tarzan in London/Lord Greystoke type story)

I would also like to see a totally different Emperor's New Groove film (given the theory of Aliens influencing Aztec designs, I'd personally do a Looney Tunes like Alien invasion type story - NO ANIMAL TRANSFORMATIONS) and I'd also like to see a proper Atlantis: The Lost Empire sequel.

Live action wise, I'd like to see a Country Bears sequel (with one condition John Haitt continues to write the music) andTron V2.0 (or whatever) doesn't sound too bad.

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Actually I dont wanna see any more Disney sequels from classics, but I think Pixar movies can have great sequels, all of them....Pixar sure know how to make a good sequel, personally I would like to see a good Nemo or Monsters sequel

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Here's my ideas:

The Wedding of Beauty and the Beast
-kinda self-explanatory
-I don't care about the rest of the story (to an extent) as long as I see them married!

The AristoKittens
-take inspiration from the old comics, with misadventures about the kittens

[/b]The Rescuers in the Great White North
-BRING BACK EVINRUDE!!!!!
-don't know what to do about Orville and Wilbur-both voice actors are dead! and there wasn't a third Wright brother

The Four Caballeros
-like the Four Musketeers

The Hunchback of Notre Dame 3
-Madellaine is ready to marry, but Quasi is afraid of commitment, and conceals himself inside tower
-there he is tormented by the ghost/demon of Frollo, who has returned from...well...he didn't go to Heaven!
-this one is dark and emotional like the first

Pocahontas 3: The Homecoming
-Pocahontas and John Rolfe return to Virginia where they are shunned by both her tribe and the citizens of Jamestown for wanting to marry
-the go off, and are "married" in a beautiful, spiritual ceremony by Grandmother Willow
-she has a son, but falls ill
-the movie does not have her die, but hints at it
-instead, it ends optimistic and hopeful

Fantasia Christmas
-too many ideas for this too list
-have "The Nutcracker Suite" return

The Fantasia Finale
-not sure about possible segments for this one

Eeyore's Tragic Tale
-an eeyore movie

Winnie the Pooh: Farewell, Christopher Robin
-the final Pooh movie, in which "Chris" is a teenager, and has to grow up
-they have to say good-bye
-but as they say farewell to Chris in the end, a new child wanders into the 100-Acre Wood

Like em or hate em, there they are. Any questions?

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The only sequels I like was Peter Pan: Return to Neverland. But I wouldn't mind an Emperor's New Groove sequel if it went to theaters and had no animal switching and had a new plot.

Hook

Oh, forgot, I did like Pooh's Grand Adventure. It was really good!


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