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Here comes trouble! The adventure never stops as Lilo and Stitch face the challenge of their lives in Disney's hilarious, all-new movie LEROY & STITCH. As a reward for rounding up all 625 experiments, Lilo, Stitch, Jumba, and Pleakley have been placed around the galaxy in a spot where each of them thinks they truly belong. Their lives are all shook up when the dastardly Dr. Hamsterviel breaks out of prison and forces Jumba to create a new experiment -- Leroy, the evil twin of Stitch. To make matters worse, Hamsterviel soon clones the nasty little creature to form his own mischievous army. Now it's up to Lilo to gather Stitch and the rest of the gang from the far corners of outer space to battle the legion of Leroys. When the going gets rough, our friends discover that one place they all truly belong is together.
The Hawaiian word ohana means family, but encompasses both immediate family and individuals that play an integral part in one's happiness and sense of well being. When Lilo says aloha (goodbye) to her good friends Stitch, Jumba and Pleakly after they've successfully completed their mission on earth, Lilo finds herself back on earth feeling lonely and bemoaning the difficulty of holding true to an aloha spirit that demands saying goodbye to one's "family" members. Surprisingly, Stitch, Jumba and Pleakly also find themselves feeling strangely disconnected and alone even though they are finally in places in the galaxy where they truly belong. After Gantu helps Dr. Hamsterviel break out of prison, Dr. Hamsterviel prevails upon Jumba to create an experimental evil twin of Stitch called Leroy. When the newly appointed Captain Stitch is called upon to defeat an army of 600 Leroy clones, a bizarre twist reunites him with Jumba and Pleakly and the trio once again faces seemingly insurmountable odds. Can their efforts, combined with those of Lilo and Reuben, the sandwich-making experiment 625, possibly prevail against Gantu's evil experimental army? This Disney Channel Premiere Presentation reunites the lovable Lilo and Stitch gang in another compelling story that reaffirms the aloha spirit and the importance of ohana. DVD extras include a never-before-seen episode from the Lilo and Stitch television series and an interactive flight simulator game. (Ages 3-12) --Tami Horiuchi
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This should, however, not divert you from enjoying the film, which goes a considerable distance to sending off its base, considerably.
Being presented in the animation of "The Series" and "Stitch! The Movie", and with the voices of Daveigh Chase and Chris Sanders intact, "Leroy & Stitch" tells the story of Lilo's alien companions, following an official pardon, leaving Earth to lead lives of their own on different planets (Jumba returns to his lab, Pleakley is employed at a university, and Stitch is made commander of the BRB - Big Red Battleship), while Dr. Hämsterviel, with the help of Gantu, escapes prison and manufactures an army of a new Experiment (a prototype of Jumba's; essentially, an upgraded Stitch).
Employing all of the characters featured throughout films and Series (including the Grand Council Woman and all of the Experiments), the film moves to give a climatic send-off to The Series by presenting an all-or-nothing scenario, and a Hämsterviel reaching his pinnacle of nastiness.
Though the title seems to imply it, the film by no means excludes Lilo, or diminishes her role as a main character. Stitch's dialougue, however, which has often been one of the prime sources of amusement in the past, seems diminished, with him giving less monologue than in any of the other films. Likewise, this film relies a bit annoyingly on 3D animation when it comes to spaceships.
In return, however, fans are treated to the first true "fight scene" of the franchise, between Stitch and Leroy battling it out in Jumba's lab. Another personal favorite of mine includes the climatic musical performance of "Aloha Oe", and the full induction of 625 as an essential character.
Shortly said, it's a fun film, climatic to The Series and worthy send-off, if that's what it is. It still isn't equal to the original "Lilo & Stitch" or "L&S2", but it enunciates on the potential of The Series, and manages to pull off a good film. Fans should definitely get their hands on it.
Unlike some other sequels, it sounds like the original cast is back in its entirety. There is an actual plot, engaging and funny, and it fits well into the feel of the original. My almost-11-month-old actually watched a good part of it, and we both enjoyed it. I'll get this one. It's better than Stitch Has a Glitch, on-par with the first movie.
The extras include a game I didn't try and a bonus episode of the series.
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