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A sequel of Copper and Tod, who are best of friends.

Starring:
Reba McEntire, Patrick Swayze
Runtime:
1 hour 10 minutes

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The Fox and the Hound 2

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Product Details

Genres Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Jim Kammerud
Starring Reba McEntire, Patrick Swayze
Supporting actors Jonah Bobo, Harrison Fahn, Jeff Foxworthy, Vicki Lawrence, Stephen Root, Jim Cummings, Kath Soucie, Hannah Farr, April Winchell, Rob Paulsen, Russi Taylor, Jeff Bennett, Grey DeLisle, Krista Swan
Studio Walt Disney Pictures
MPAA rating G (General Audience)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 3-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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This was one my kids favorite and enjoyable movies my daughter.
Amo z on junky
Surprisingly great too; good dialogue, witty and humorous bits, good character development.
unicornelia
Its just a really bad storyline, and falls way short of the orginal movie.
C. Smith

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mel Odom VINE VOICE on January 5, 2007
Format: DVD
The oddball relationship between Tod the Fox and Copper the Hound has stood the test of time as a favorite for kids. Twenty-five years later, the sequel was made and the decision was to pair it with the country music market. That choice has worked magic, bringing a lively soundtrack to a great romp of a tale that plays off the original characters and situations in a way that makes it feel like only days have passed instead of years.

Country music legends Reba McEntire and Jeff Foxworthy head up the cast of voice talent. They're joined by Patrick Swayze, who even joins in on some of the songs.

Although this time out the tale feels a little too familiar (two friends busted up by one friend's drive for fame), the fun that came alive in THE FOX AND THE HOUND strikes again. The chases that occur throughout the film are a delight to watch. One thing always leads to another, and chaos just builds and builds till Tod and Copper look around in shock at all they've unwittingly destroyed. The camaraderie between the two is great, and Reba and Patrick's addition to the cast is well done for the most part.

The only thing that slows the movie down somewhat is the deepening of the relationship issues between Dixie (Reba McEntire) and Cash (Patrick Swayze). That subplot comes on a little too strong and steals too much of the movie occasionally.

THE FOX AND THE HOUND 2 is definitely a keeper, one that belongs on the family DVD shelves. Sometimes sequels don't equal the originals, but this one comes close, and it provides a whole new musical sound that is heartwarming and makes you want to get up and dance. Little Big Town's "When We're Together" is pure dynamite.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By unicornelia on December 12, 2006
Format: DVD
For once I was expecting total disappointment and got better than I ever would have hoped for. Yes, this is a "midquel," but once you've seen the (incredible) first you can sort of imagine where these events might fit in. This has its own climax and all, but the plot fits within the original's parameters. It might not make 100% sense, but to go back and do something like this is pretty tough. It's all right.

So, what's good about The Fox and the Hound 2? Much more than anyone expects. First, the obvious animation. It, and the scenery, are wonderful. Bright, bold, shiny, fresh colors, detailed and true-to-the-first backdrops. Very expressive characters who are just delightful to watch--the way the dogs move is fantastic and well done. Obviously the animation is not perfect; it never is in ANY animated film. There will always be flawed frames. As you would have expected for a Disney sequel, it is inconsistently good--but, ESPECIALLY for a Disney sequel, it remains excellent overall. But for a Disney sequel of all things, this certainly seems top-knotch.
As to the country music, well, even if you're not normally a fan, there is nothing to dislike about the movie's songs. Particularly "Good Doggie, No Bone." (Great song. Like "Streets of Gold," it's sung to a young animal to educate them about something [it's really about herself, and what she's learned the hard way about relationships and being 'at the top.'] And ain't that what life is, too, though? "It's all, `Good doggie,' but no bone!") They're nicely done by stars from the heart of country music, as explained on the DVD bonus feature.

And the story? Surprisingly great too; good dialogue, witty and humorous bits, good character development. None, or very little of, the usual sequel hokiness and cheese I'd anticipated.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Folk on March 6, 2007
Format: DVD
Too cute. It's almost as good as the first movie. Disney has done it again and made a really cute film. The music in this movie is really awesome too. The whole family has enjoyed watching this film. A must see for all.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By E.D. on January 18, 2007
Format: DVD
I bought it for my 3 year old and she absolutely loves it. I am not as excited. I grew up with the first one and when I saw the second one I was so disappointed. I do not like Disney's sequels at all. They very rarely follow the original story. It feels like they just try to sneak something in there and hope that whoever watches it didn't watch the first one, pretty sad actually. If you buy it, just know that it doesn't follow the first one. It should have a different name not Fox and the Hound 2.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Brucker on December 27, 2006
Format: DVD
The Fox and the Hound 2 is a surprisingly good movie for an animated sequel! It may not be an instant Disney classic, but it's still very entertaining. One thing that made it for me is that it involves two of my favorite things; dogs and music. Quite a combination as this movie seems to hold a very musical theme; a little different from the first, but still holds well.

The story is well written. We get to see a continuation of the story of two of our favorite Disney characters Tod and Copper. In the beginning, Copper seems to be outdone by Tod in pretty much everything they do together, right down to cricket chasing. That on top of the fact that Copper is struggling in his training to become a good hunting dog makes him feel down on himself with that familiar "I can't do anything right" attitude. But, Copper soon discovers he has a talent for singing, and a twist of luck allows him to join a singing group of dogs known as the "Singing Strays." He enjoys the fame that comes with being a part of the group, but it soon threatens his friendship with Tod. In addition, the group's lead singer Dixie becomes jealous of Copper for taking away her spotlight. But, in the end, there is a well learned lesson for pretty much every character in the story. The animation is simply stunning. I was impressed with how well drawn the characters and scenes are. The animators did well with the movements and expressions of each of the dogs. The voice cast is awesome. Reba McEntire was phenomenal as the voice of Dixie, and also Patrick Swayze did well as the voice of Cash. We also get to hear the voices of some other great familiar names like Jeff Foxworthy, Jim Cummings and Rob Paulsen.

The best thing about this movie by far is the soundtrack.
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