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MOVIE REVIEW:Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure
Disney began to milk their back catalogue for all it was worth in the
late nineties/ early 2000's and this film was a prime example. Did we
need a sequel to Lady and The Tramp? No. But we ended up having one and
the result is an enjoyable but basic straight to DVD sequel which is
where many of these ended up.
The story is simple and it veers down a similar path to the far
superior original. The songs serve their purpose and there are some
nice references to the original. However with many of these sequels
that vital spark that made the original so good is missing and because
of this the magic just isn't there. We see the film, we enjoy the film
but we don't come away loving the film. It just doesn't have the same
effect of the original because we as an audience know that it is a
sequel put together to rake in a bit of money for Disney and to look
good in a two pack DVD set with the original Lady and the Tramp.
Overall as the summary says this is an unneeded sequel but does prove
to be enjoyable enough viewing for adults and kids.
I have seen Lady And The Tramp and I really thought that it was a great
movie, and now I am going to comment on the direct-to-video sequel.
Well in my opinion, this film can't hold a candle to the original, but
I still liked this a while lot nevertheless! In my opinion, though I
thought that this was a very great sequel to a very great movie, I
agree that this film was released direct-to-video, because the film
lacked all of the remarkable appeal that the previous film had. But
this is still a very enjoyable movie that you are probably going to
like. Well in my opinion, this film is not as good as the first film,
but I still liked it all the same! You've got to see the first movie in
order to understand this one, because it won't make much sense if you
haven't seen the previous film.
Well anyway, though this film is not as good as the first, you should
still see it all the same, because you are going to like it a lot. Just
go ahead and trust, me you are totally going to like this a lot! Well
let me put it this way, this is perhaps one of the greatest
direct-to-video sequels that I have ever seen in my life! This is not
the greatest movie ever made, but I just plain really loved this! Well
in my opinion, you are going to enjoy this one all the way through,
from the beginning to the end, you are totally and completely going to
enjoy it all the way!
So all in all I really enjoyed this movie, though not better than the
original, I still totally enjoyed this all the way through! And you
will probably really enjoy it as well!
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
Where do I begin? Walt Disney's happiest motion picture "Lady and the
Tramp" is one of, if not possibly, my favourite in the theatrical canon
of Disney animation. The sequel, however, is… to say the very least,
enjoyable. I enjoyed myself throughout the whole movie. It was,
(flame-shield up!) adorable! The Broadway style of the songs and the
movie kind of worked, and I was humming the songs for the rest of the
night. I can, if you asked me to, still sing all of the songs.
But where the movie was (really) good for me, it was bad in a lot of
other places. The animation was kind of scary at times. Every time
there was a close up shot of someones face, I don't know… it just
seemed scary to me. Also, where the hell was Lady? She gets like two
lines of dialogue and only doggy hugs Scamp at the end. She gets 0%
interaction with the plot and her only son!
But all in all, I liked it. Compared to the original does it hold up?
No. The songs aren't as good (still kind of catchy though), the plot
was a lot less involved, Lady had almost nothing to do with it, and
it's not as cute as the first one. But, if you go in with an open mind,
you'll have fun, and maybe 'gasp!' Like it?
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