Stitch! The Movie Reviews
Stitch, and his alien friends, now lives with Lilo and her sister and they are trying to adjust to life in Hawaii. Unfortunately, Stitch is experiment 626, meaning there are 625 experiments just like him out in space someplace and one of Stitch's creator's colleagues wants to know where the experiments are. People will be sent to Earth to extract that information. Are Stitch and his friends safe?
"You had coffee today, didn't you?"
"Coconut cake and coffee!"
Tony Craig, director of Mickey's House of Villains, Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the Mouse House, Mickey's Around the World in 80 Days, and Leroy and Stitch, delivers Stitch! The Movie. The storyline for this picture is just okay and the animation style wasn't as good as some of the other films from this era. The action and characters remain interesting and well delivered.
"I'm not gerbil like. I'm hamster like."
My daughter and I watched this film off Netflix since she was such a huge fan of the original picture. We found this film fun and entertaining but a huge step down from the original. The premise had potential but the individual experiments could have been better portrayed and delivered and I can't say I loved the hamster villain. Overall, this may only be worth watching once but is not worth adding to your child's movie collection.
"We're going to name all of the experiments."