All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 1996 G CC

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In this animated sequel, that ol' pal of ours Charlie Barkin returns to create chaos in heaven and on earth. The trouble begins when Charlie gets bored with the peaceful bliss of life in doggy heaven and begins dreaming of returning to Earth. Even the arrival of his former best pal Itchy does little to cheer him up. Then the wicked Carface steals Gabriel's horn and in the struggle it falls into San Francisco. Charlie and Itchy jump at the chance to retrieve the holy horn.

Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Bebe Neuwirth
Runtime:
1 hour 23 minutes

All Dogs Go to Heaven 2

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Romance, Adventure, Kids & Family
Director Larry Leker, Paul Sabella
Starring Ernest Borgnine, Bebe Neuwirth
Supporting actors Charlie Sheen, Hamilton Camp, Steve Mackall, Dan Castellaneta, Dom DeLuise, Tony Jay, Jim Cummings, Wallace Shawn, Sheena Easton, George Hearn, Adam Wylie, Kevin Michael Richardson, Pat Corley, Marabina Jaimes, Bobby Di Cicco, Annette Helde, Maurice LaMarche, Jesse Corti
Studio MGM
MPAA rating G (General Audience)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Fun to watch a good old show, my 2 year old loves it!
Jess
David changes a little, but not enough to tug the heartstrings of the viewers.
"sannabelle"
As with most sequels, this one doesn't do justice to the original movie.
negreenbee

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Antti Maatta on March 1, 2002
Format: DVD
What would we do without sequels? There are good sequels (3/10) and then there are bad sequels (7/10). So does All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 deserve a growl or a happy bark? Hmm...
The film itself gives the viewer nice looking animation, songs and introduces new characters. Okay so that's fine. The animation however is not as catchy (or dark) as it was in All Dogs Go To Heaven 1 and therefore the characters look a bit different. The first film had songs integrated in it and so does this one. Although in the original film had doggies singing the songs too I find the singing dogs in All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 to be a little corny. The songs are nice however. New characters are fine too and Charlie Sheen's voice fits Charlie okay.
Since I love the first film I also like this one very much. If you liked the first film then go ahead and get this one. All Dogs deserve a second chance you know =)
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on May 5, 2006
Format: VHS Tape
Now, I grew up watching All Dogs Go To Heaven. I probably watched it twice a week! Even though the storyline was pretty confusing, it was by far the "best movie ever!" And when I heard about All Dogs Go To Heaven 2, i was so excited! As soon as the library got it we rushed and got it. And you know what, I fell in love with Charlie and Itchy all over again. It was just like being a little kid again! And I like how they made the "devil" not as scary. The devil, known in this movie as Red, is actually somewhat likeable. In the original, I had to prety much close my eyes when they showed Charlie's dream about...h***! He was like this big dinosaur! In the second He was cat. Which makes sense in a movie where dogs are the good guys...Dogs go to heaven, and cats, well, don't.

Also, in the original, it was music-based and I love that they kept the entertaining music alive in the 2nd. And in the 1st ADGTH, it seemed like there were scenes added without any explaination, and it was kind of hard to follow. So, I'm glad that ADGTH2 has a straight forward storyline. Well, to rap it all up, i think both movies deserve 2 thumbs up.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mikazo on August 1, 2003
Format: DVD
I dunno. This movie made me think of something George Carlin said: "Wherever ideas are concerned, Americans can be counted on to do one of two things: Take a really good idea and run it completely into the ground, or take a really bad idea and run it completely into the ground."
Part of the appeal of the first movie was the dark theme, the lovable characters, and the bittersweet story. In other words, it was the kind of movie that, when you were done watching it, you didn't know how to feel about the ending. Mixed emotions.
Remember reading "Where the Red Fern Grows," and feeling that same way at the end? Part of the reason that book was so good is because it makes you feel that way.
I believe the people who wrote this sequel wanted to do two things: They wanted to make a quick buck, sure... but not only that, they wanted to continue the story with a script designed to negate those mixed emotions the first movie produced. They were soft and weak, and couldn't stomach a movie that didn't have a clear-cut happy ending. So they produced something inferior that completely destroyed the magic of the original story, all in an effort to set things straight.
I gave it two stars for it's good-hearted (yet lame) attempt to reach out to the children of divorced parents, but as far as I'm concerned, this sequel never happened.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By "sannabelle" on June 7, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
I loved the first ADGTH. It was excellent,from my stand-point. Above most average cartoons. But ADGTH2 ? No. I liked it when I first saw it (Come one..I was like...5) but re-watching it now, I see how bad it is. The plot is non-exgsistant and TOTALY doesn't make sense with the first one. Sasha (lead female) is not a bad character, but David is whiny and annoying. Annabelle is totaly changed - and her voice is WAY different. Charlie is not the same lovable rascal he was in the first movie. He's lost a sensee of real street-smarts that were so visible in the first one. You don't really conect with the characters in the movie, because you dont see them develop. Charlie doesn't change any, nor do Sasha or Itchy. David changes a little, but not enough to tug the heartstrings of the viewers. Its not a very emotional movie (Okay...1 song is), unlike the original. I just can't really get to like this movie. The three stars are for those who havent seen the original. If you haven't, and can't compare it, than it stands a fair chance. I'm not saying your going to hate it. I'm saying /I/ didn't like it.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By "dracadarkwingette" on January 20, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
This was not a good movie. For one simple reason: "All Dogs Go To Heaven" was never meant to have a sequel. How could it? (Spoilers for the first movie ahead.) Charlie B. Barkin died in the first movie. He went to Heaven. Itchy stayed with Anne-Marie. That's how the movie ended, how it was meant to end. Charlie was not meant to suddenly decide he felt bored in Heaven (how could anyone be _bored_ in Heaven?) and come back to Earth. He already _had_ a second chance to come back to Earth and redeem himself. In the first movie. That's that. And Charlie in the sequel was not the Charlie we all know and love from the first movie. First of all, Charlie Sheen did a find job and all, but I'm sorry; Burt Reynolds _is_ Charlie B. Barkin. That's all there is to it. But it's more than that. Charlie did not really act like he did in the first movie. Completely different character. But I think the biggest problem I have with this sequel is that it is _such_ a cheap movie in comparison to the original. The original was about love and redemption and honor and loyalty and friendship. About letting some cynicism of the world go and letting hope come back into your life. That effect was lost in the sequel. The sequel was a cartoon; the original was an animated classic _movie_. This was one of my Dad's favorite movies, and when he passed away nearly a year ago, the original was heart-warming to watch. It helped me to believe in hope ("You know, good-byes aren't forever."). In my heart, at least, I know that Charlie is still in Heaven, and Anne-Marie (and Itchy) will see him again one day! Don't waste your time with this sequel . . .see the original classic. _That_ movie will warm your heart.
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