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 Post subject: Disney's best sequel?
PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2011 2:51 am 
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I know for the most part Disney's direct to DVD sequels are pretty much hated but which one do you think is their best?

I personally would have to say The Lion King 2. The songs aren't great but as a whole the story is strong and at times I actually found myself liking it more so than the original, don't kill me lol. Plus Zira is an awesome villain and defiantley adds to the films coolness.


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Lion King 2 was I think the best, if that means anything. I actually felt Bambi 2 was well made, even though I wasn't happy about a sequel made for one of "Walt's films."

The rest were more "which one is the worst?"

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Cinderella III
Lion King II
Lion King III/1.5

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Lilo & Stitch 2. It's quite somber so people (who give it a chance) probably won't want to watch it much because it depresses them. Just thinking about the film chokes me up a little. Lilo wanting to enter the same hula competition her mother won as a little girl is so sweet! And I want to hug Stitch because he considers himself a burden to everyone.

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Mulan II
The Lion King 3: Hakuna Matata
Cinderella III
The Rescuers Down Under
Bambi II

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i quite enjoy the fox and the hound 2, though it irks that dinky, boomer, squeaks and big mama are all absent.

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I'd personally have to say Cinderella III
after seeing a terrible Cinderella II, I was optimistic of what to expect.. But it was really nice! They tried to capture the style of the first film and gave Cinderella a more interdependent personality, the songs were weak but overall it was enjoyable

Edit: OMG I COMPLETELY FORGOT ABOUT MULAN II I love this movie Mulan looks really pretty in this one :)

As I kid I enjoyed BatB: Enchanted Christmas, don't so sure now though :lol: :lol:

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Best DTV sequel: Lion King 2
Runner up: Mulan 2

Best DTV midquel: Bambi 2
Runner up: Fox and the Hound 2

Best DTV Spinoff: Lion King 1 1/2


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The Three Caballeros

Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day

Son of Flubber

Davy Crockett and the River Pirates

Savage Sam

The Monkey's Uncle

Zorro the Avenger


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I have to say.. Lion king 2, although it could have been better it has its merrits. I'm surprised no one mentioned b&tb the enchanted christmas, great villain! Also lilo & stitch 2. / ariel 's beginning

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As a kid I really liked BatB Enchanted Christmas (I like the songs and like Reinier mentioned the villain is pretty good) and the Alladin spin offs. I saw some of the other sequels but I didn't like any of them.


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The Rescuers Down Under is the only watchable Disney sequel for me...McLeach is such a badass villain, and the film isn't as depressing as the first one, in fact it's quite exciting. Underrated flick.


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While a lot of them are bad, there are a few that are enjoyable. But I would have to say that my favourite is "Aladdin And The King Of Thieves". I watched it endlessly as a kid, and even now I still like the story and songs.

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Lion King II
Return to Neverland
King of Thieves
Cinderella III: Twist in Time.

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Dr Frankenollie wrote:
The Rescuers Down Under-Despite having a contrived and clunky plot and bland new characters (including a poor replacement for Penny and a lacklustre villain), the film has a great sense of scope and style and it is animated brilliantly.


See, I was under the impression it was just Direct to Video sequels. So if it's not, then of course I'm going to list "The Rescuers Down Under," "Fantasia 2000," and "Winnie the Pooh" on my list.

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Home on the Range 3 was excellent for a Disney sequel - some great country music.

Either that or Chicken Little 5.

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What about 101 Dalmations: Patch's London Adventure? I thought that was rather enjoyable.

But I will definitely support those who enjoy "The Rescuers Down Under", it was and is a movie unto itself. We still watch it once in a while.

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Lion King 1 1/2 - the only Disney direct-to-video sequel I'd own!

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