Ralph Breaks the Internet
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| DVD (8)
A screamingly unnecessary sequel... [but] the best-animated of the Disney DTV sequels to that point, by an extraordinary margin.
It still has a direct-to-video feel, despite the care that the filmmakers took to create bridges to the original film.
In the end, Lady and the Tramp II never quite justifies its existence...
Knowing it came in that glut of sequels before they really got things figured out, it really isn't that bad.
Like most sequels, this one doesn't live up to the original.
Sadly, and this annoys me to no end, 94% of the Disney sequels are just rotten. But that won't stop the studio from re-releasing the things.
OK direct to video release, no where near the original.
Made without much of the original Lady and the Tramp's spirit in mind.
A delightful sequel to the charming 1955 animated film about the family pet who falls in love with a street dog.
Not the original, kids will like it, but adults will hate a movie that ruins the original
It was more dramatic than the first one. I don't like Scamp. He was so annoying.
Just now got around to seeing this good sequel. Disney seems to have a knack of somehow making great sequels of the classics from decades ago, and this is one of them. Tramp is now a father and we follow his young son who hates the routine home life and wants to be wild and free like his father once was....although he doesn't know his father's past.
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