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  • Actors: James Taylor, Cree Summer, John Mahoney, Jacqueline Obradors, Don Novello
  • Directors: Tad Stones, Toby Shelton, Victor A. Cook
  • Writers: Tad Stones, Henry Gilroy, Kevin Hopps, Marty Isenberg, Stephen Englehart
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (DTS ES), French (Unknown)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: May 20, 2003
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000089G5O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,575 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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The fearless explorers from Disney's hit animated movie ATLANTIS: THE LOST EMPIRE are back. During his initial expedition, Milo Thatch and company located the famous underwater city and rescued the mysterious kingdom and all its people. Now Milo, Kida, and their crew gear up for more action. The team must leave Atlantis when trouble surfaces above water and they discover mystifying powers at work. From the dusty deserts of the Southwest to the icy heights of the Nordic mountains, the team's newest quest sets them against gigantic sea monsters, spectacular spirits, and powerful legends. In the midst of their excursion, Kida discovers the awesome power of her city's enchanted crystals and, ultimately, must decide whether it is wiser to hide the Heart of Atlantis or share its light with the rest of the world. Climb aboard and get ready to experience a world of "heartwarming fun for the entire family" (Sandie Newton, CBS).


Like Disney's animated Atlantis: The Lost Empire, its sequel, Milo's Return, is an Indiana Jones for the younger set. Bespectacled Milo Thatch (James Arnold Taylor taking over from Michael J. Fox) is back in this made-for-video release, helping to rebuild Atlantis alongside new sweetheart Queen Kida, but all is not so calm in the outside world. A giant octopus-like creature, the Kraken, is terrorizing a local village, so Milo, Kida, and the rest head out--Scoobie-style--to make things right. Once that problem has been solved, they're off to the Southwest to tame a passel of wild sand coyotes and then to Antarctica to battle a 100-foot ice monster. Milo's Return is a series of loosely linked adventures drawing on a variety of mythologies, including Native American and Norse, that doesn't always have much to do with the original movie, but is always lively and entertaining. (Ages 8 and older) --Kathleen C. Fennessy

Customer Reviews

I was very disappointed in the animation of this movie!!!!
At this point, we were only about 30 minutes in and were starting to wonder what just happened and where the good feelings from the first movie went.
J.M. Fisk
I don't expect much from Disney's straight-to-video sequels, but this one has simply got to be the worst of them all.

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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By C. Tyler on June 8, 2003
Format: DVD
Ouch. I should have read the reviews before forking over the dough. I had no choice, really - the kids found it at the grocery store check-out. The kids liked it - they didn't notice that the animation was no better than 1960's Hanna-Barberra cartoons and that the story was 3 stories awkwardly stitched together. If you liked the moral theme of Atlantis, don't ruin it with this dumbed-down cartoony follow-up. The orignal Atlantis was a visually stunning masterpiece of animation almost in the league of The Lion King and Fantasia. This DVD is not nearly worthy of the Disney name ...
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Ken Fontenot VINE VOICE on February 26, 2005
Format: DVD
Considering that this "movie" is actually a combination of three stories originally produced for an "Atlantis" cartoon that never came to fruition, I find it to be unfair to judge these adventures as one whole. Instead, I'll give a brief review of each of the three adventures and then summarize the entire movie.

First off, we have Milo, Kida and the gang tackling the mighty Kraken. No, it isn't the Kraken you may remember from "Clash Of The Titans," but a sea-dwelling demon who wreaks havoc in the seas and possesses a small village. The story is probably the best of the three. It is quickly paced and has pretty good development.

The second story is rather boring. It takes place in the American Southwest. A band of "dust coyote spirits" have attacked one of the locals who happens to have found some ancient pottery. Milo's team has to figure out why the "coyotes" are attacking the locals and put a stop to them. The ending of the tale is rather brilliant, but not enough to save this chapter of the entire film.

The final story nods its hat toward Norse mythology. It features a man wanting to destroy the current world and rule over a newer, better one. Of course, he can't do this as a mere mortal, so he uses a spear that is magically inclined and becomes "Odin." If you know anything about Norse mythology, you know that Odin is similar to Zeus, only he rules the cold north. Once again, Milo and his crew have to save the day.

So what ties all of these little adventures together? Atlantis, of course. Using a mythology that ties just about every culture together, we find through these three tales that Atlantis is the center of the cultural universe.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J.M. Fisk on November 10, 2011
Format: DVD
Extremely disappointing "movie". Disjointed, roughly 30-minute vignettes that seem to have essentially no cohesion. Animation flat and lackluster. Plots tedious and banal. Appears to have been created for Saturday morning cartoons and now just hamfistedly strung together. If you enjoyed Atlantis: The Lost Empire, then I would urge you to save your time and money and avoid this.

We were looking for a family movie a few weeks ago, came across Atlantis: The Lost Empire and picked it up on a whim. Admittedly, the plot was wholely predictable and the good guys were easily picked out from the bad guys. But no matter... the animation was rich, the story line at least acceptably coherent and you have to root for Milo Thatch as he wins the heart of adorable Princess Kida. The ragtag band of heroic savants only adds to the enjoyment. Our 9- and 12-year-olds really enjoyed the movie and asked for the next one in the series.

Serious bummer ensued.

We picked up Atlantis: Milo's Return, microwaved some popcorn, settled around the TV and fired up the DVD. Immediately, the kids started to complain about how horrible the animation was. The voices were essentially the same, but the characters looked flat, blocky and entirely lackluster. The plot line that begins the movie is jawdroppingly banal: a huge Kracken takes down ships and steals their cargo. The gang goes after it and... voila! gets attacked. Off to the torpedo-armed pods and it's a battle with the city-block sized sea monster. It sounds more action-packed than it really is. Eventually, we are introduced to a weird, mist-shrowded island populated by a village full of creepy townspeople and run by an even creepier antiquarian with glowing eyes. Bizarre.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ACEMAN1 on October 14, 2007
Format: DVD
Atlantis: Milo's Return is absolutely horrible, and there is almost nothing good to be had from this craptacular movie experience, except divine hatred for all things about Disney sequels. The plot is simply too hard to figure out, and it will only piss you off when you're able to figure out some parts of it. Everything good about the original has gone horribly wrong in its hellish sequel. The original actors are basically no where to be found in the sequel, which also ruins the experience. The artwork doesn't seem very good either, and will only make you wonder how a Disney movie can manage that. If you value your soul, please avoid this awful movie at all costs if you don't wish to get a glimpse of hell.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Patricia on June 6, 2003
Format: DVD
No, the original movie was not great, but was worth a rent to keep the kiddies happy. But this is completely worthless. The three stories it tells are so weakly joined that I suspected they were originally made to stand alone as three episodes of a series, a suspicion that is confirmed by other reviewers. I guess I should know by now that Toy Story II was the exception to the rule-all the other sequels ground out by the Disney sausage factory are mostly made in order to continue to sell the merchandise and promote the inevitable, poorly-drawn television series that try to cash in on the movies' success.
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