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Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Disney Gold Classic Collection)


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  • Actors: Irene Bedard, Donal Gibson, Jim Cummings, Finola Hughes, Linda Hunt
  • Directors: Bradley Raymond, Tom Ellery
  • Writers: Allen Estrin, Carl Binder, Cindy Marcus, Flip Kobler, Mike Gabriel
  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Walt Disney Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 5, 2000
  • Run Time: 72 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004R99U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,273 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Disney Gold Classic Collection)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • "Little Hiawatha" a short feature from Disney's Golden Age of Animation
  • Disney DVD Storybook

Editorial Reviews

All the magic of Disney's Academy Award(R)-winning film POCAHONTAS (Best Original Song, 1995) continues in a fun-filled adventure that finds Pocahontas setting sail for an exciting new world, England. With her comical companions Flit, Meeko, and Percy, along for the ride, this spectacular film promises plenty of thrills and laughter for everyone. As an ambassador of peace, Pocahontas is swept away by London's "curious" customs. Attempting to fit in, she makes friends with the dashing English diplomat John Rolfe, and Mrs. Jenkins, his lovable housemaid, both of whom help Pocahontas prepare for her debut at the celebrated Hunt Ball. There, she must convince the King of England that her people are truly civilized in order to stop an armada moving against them. Pocahontas soon finds herself at odds with the scheming Ratcliffe, but when a mysterious stranger comes to her rescue, the courageous Pocahontas must choose between the love of her past ... and the path to her future. Told through brilliant Disney animation, five incredible new songs, and unforgettable characters, POCAHONTAS II: JOURNEY TO A NEW WORLD, is alive with all the colors of a Disney classic.

Customer Reviews

To me, the end of the first movie left it completely open, but not for a sequel as crappy as this.
Pen
Here's some other stuff that totally sucks about this movie: They make John Smith out to be a total jerk just so that you like Rolfe better.
Dewey W. Jones
The animation, color and presentation are of the typical excellent Disney quality and the story line is great as well.
Floretta O'brien

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54 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Katie on September 14, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
First off, I loved the first Pocahontas. That is, until I saw this one. Now I can never really enjoy it to the same level again, at least not until a few years from now when I've forgotten about this awful thing.
While it's wonderful that Disney attempted to set things right, they couldn't have done it in any worse way. I hated Rolfe from the beginning; he never develops once. That's pretty tough considering that he's the "romantic hero"... and pretty much having a romance is an easy way to develop someone. Not this guy, though, he's about as endearing as a steel pole.
I hate the tea chick, which is what I'm going to call her for lack of knowing her name. The woman, to whose charge Pocahontas is placed, seems like a feeble attempt to make me like John Rolfe: "Oh, he and this sweet if blundering old lady have an affectionate relationship! He's a good guy after all! Oh Pocahontas, soon you'll see that!" BLECH, it was so painfully obvious that she was just an attempt at character development that didn't quite work. The only thing she was good for was actually inspiring what was close to laughter... although that was only twice. Wiggins in the first movie, however, puts the tea chick to shame.
I'm going to admit that I HATE the ending. Who the heck cares if it's more historically accurate? The point is that if you're going to be historically inaccurate, go all the way! I absolutely loved the Smith/Pocahontas thing in the first movie because both were passionate, lived for danger and excitement, and had as much chemistry as people in animated movies can have. Their relationship is well-developed, as are both people as they kind of come to terms with each other's culture.
John Rolfe, though?
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By chriscomiccool on August 18, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
When I first heard that Disney was making a sequel to "Pocahontas", I wondered if they would do it jusice, or butcher it. Obviously, they got themselves in quite a predicament here. They couldn't be true to the original without murdering history and they couldn't be true to history (what gave them the urge to suddenly be loyal to history, anyway?) without murdering the original. The brilliant solution: murder both! Okay, let me put in more detail. First of all, they took John Smith, who was my favorite of Disney's male heros, and not only drained his brain, but drained his heart. He doesn't even care when he finds out that Pocahontas fell for John Rolfe! Honestly! And what's the big idea of making Pocahontas fall for him anyway! The Rolfe guy is a total jerk,and suddenly Pocahontas loves him!They didn't want us to like John Smith anymore, that's what it is! They didn't want us to say "Come on, Pocahontas, you know who you really love!" No, they wanted us to say "You go, girl! Dump him! Dump him!" So the movie rushes by without any real emotion, plenty of scenes where a wisecracking, swashbuckling John Smith uses his sword to show off, and a lame mix of fact and fancy. Forget history, Pocahontas and John Smith seem like the LAST Disney couple that would "divorce"! I refuse to believe that this guy is the same John Smith that was in the original! It simply can't be! You remember "Colors of the Wind" from the original? That was one of the most moving transformations that Disney ever cranked up! So how was Pocahontas's influence on him only temporary! The only logical explanations would be that John Smith was posessed by an evil spirt, or hypnotized between movies, or this is his evil twin!Read more ›
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lizzy on July 20, 2003
Format: DVD
I'm 16 now, and I remember most Disney movies with that warm, fuzzy feeling. I was at a friend's house and noticed Pocahontas and thought, I haven't seen that in years! Let's watch it! Then she said, We both remember the first one. I think we have the second one somewhere, let's watch that! So, we popped it in, and stared in dismay as it got worse...and worse...and worse. The history, for one, destroyed it, since I tend to like accurate things. Then, Smith comes in and the other guy(Rolf?) is heartbroken. Mmm hmmm. And Pocahontas saves Smith in the first one, and chooses Rolf in the second, and Smith WALKS AWAY like nothing happened? Take human nature into consideration: he would NOT have been so peaceful. Well, I guess if the kids didn't see/didn't like the first one, they'd like it. I personally hated it with a passion. Don't buy this. Rent it or borrow it. Please.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 24, 2001
Format: DVD
This movie was an absolute waste of my time. Being extremely bored I watched it on tv, praying that it wouldn't be all that bad. I didn't like the original Pocahontas all that much but it was by no means bad. This sequel and all Disney sequels ruins, absolutely trashes the original films! Besides the bad animation horrible plots, and endings,it completely ruins your imagination. After all Disney movies it leaves you content to imagine your own (pretty obvious) ending. The characters are immortalized in your brain. Particularly for this movie they ruined it! The ending made me so mad! I haven't the faintest idea why I care so much but it seems like it ruined a perfectly good (though historically inaccurate) movie. If you like Disney movies DO NOT WATCH the sequels.
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