Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure Reviews
Tramp wants Scamp to learn the hard way that living on the streets isn't what it is cut out to be. Scamp through this learns that even though you are with the people you want to be with, in the world of living on the streets it truly is a story that teaches you there is nothing like family. When you think about it your family is truly the people you can rely on the most.
The animation isn't nearly as good the original. Obviously they get the tv animation department to animate these sequels.
Pidge and Tramp are living the high life with their masters and 4 kids. 3 kids are girls and they are loving the pampered life of baths, 3 meals a day in a bowl, and a healthy home to live in. But Scamp's the boy that stands out, he wants to be a junk yard dog so badly and be free an wild. Tramp doesn't want that life for him, and certainly to not end up in the pound. But Scamp goes off with a girl dog, Angel, and other junk yard dogs to prove that he's just as tough, but it's a tough world out there and he may not have the chops to survive.
Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure is definitely worth a look, it's not a waste of a sequel. Is it necessary? No, not really, but it's all good clean fun. The animation is colorful and the songs are catchy along with a cute little story that may be predictable, but is always a safe route to go with the kids. It's a cute family movie and is a nice Disney sequel. I would recommend it if you are a fan of the original Lady and the Tramp and also for the kids, it's a good clean cut movie to watch.