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Yeah yeah, this DTV sequel is cheap, has no Robin Williams and serves as a cautionary tale on just how bad the first film could've been. Can I go review better movies now?
Pretty much pointless. Pips is one of the characters that I wanted to see more of in the first Ferngully movie, but this one definitely didn't give him any justice. The voice casting changes were fine, besides Batty being 10 times more obnoxious than usual.
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The movie was semi-okay. I am not certain if the same cartoon voices were there. Lots more songs than the first one. I give a 3 out of ten stars.
Wasted potential, but still a good message for the family.
Naturally it is not better than the first; but it's a good sequel.
My daughter is obsessed with this movie....
One of the dullest, most boring animated films I ever had the bad misfortune to see.
Definately not as good as the first one, but that seems to almost always be the case.
WHAT'S THIS? A DISNEY SEQUEL FOR AN ALREADY TERRIBLE MOVIE? WHO'D HAVE THUNK IT?
Reminding us yet again that they seem to just want to draw and recreate characters all over again, Disney have made a sequel for FernGully, possibly the worst of all their hand-drawn animation creations, and this second installment is just as bad. if possible worse, thanks to unoriginal ideas, and more of the same from the first movie.
only brainless toddlers will enjoy this boring excuse for a film.
If you read my reviews, you know I'm not too keen on straight-to-DVD sequels. Even the title is awful! At least the first one had Robin Williams in it.