Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World


Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World

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For this animated direct-to-video sequel to Disney's 1995 animated Pocahontas, Irene Bedard returns to the title role -- with Judy Kuhn once again providing Pocahontas' singing voice. The story starts in colonial Jamestown before Pocahontas travels to England to meet with the king in hopes of preventing a British-Indian war. Her guide and companion is royal emissary John Rolfe (Billy Zane). They are attracted to each other, but Pocahontas yearns for John Smith (Donal Gibson, brother of Mel Gibson). After a conflict with the evil Ratcliffe (David Ogden Stiers), the missing Smith is presumed dead. Ratcliffe tells the king that the Jamestown Indians are savages, so Pocahontas enters high society, hoping to prove otherwise by presenting a civilized appearance at the Royal Hunt Ball. Ratcliffe schemes to sabotage Pocahontas' plan. New songs by Marty Panzer and Larry Grossman include the closing-credits tune, Between Two Worlds.

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Critic Reviews for Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World

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Audience Reviews for Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World

  • Sep 12, 2012
    The first 20 minutes of this movie is the best, most moving part of the thing, but from then on it drags down to Yawnsville, with a much darker tone, hit or miss songs (the first one Pocahontas sings is beautiful, & the one the Jesters & Radcliffe sing was really good), & a somewhat rushed plot. The animation is still beautiful, surprisingly, & the colors are gorgeous (but still not up to par to the colors of the first one).
    Frisby 2 Super Reviewer
  • May 25, 2011
    Even more of a lie about history than the original
    Jackson W Super Reviewer
  • Mar 23, 2011
    Pocahontas learns that John Smith has died and that the King of England wants to meet her father or else declare war on the Natives. In order to keep the peace Pocahontas decides to travel to England with her three animal friends Percy, Flit, and Meeko who also come along, as stowaways on the boat. She meets John Rolfe and Governor Radcliffe who has his own ulterior motives and wants to stop any chance of peace between the Native Americans and England. *Possible Spoiler* It's a good sequel but if you're looking forward to seeing Smith and Pocahontas at the end then I suggest you don't watch it.
    Deb S Super Reviewer
  • Dec 19, 2010
    why didn't she stayed with john smith? Only the music was good, didn't like the story...
    Andreia C Super Reviewer

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