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Product Details

  • Actors: Daveigh Chase, Chris Sanders, Tia Carrere, David Ogden Stiers, Kevin McDonald
  • Directors: Roberts Gannaway, Tony Craig
  • Writers: Roberts Gannaway, Jess Winfield
  • Producers: Roberts Gannaway, Jess Winfield, Michael Karafilis, Natasha Kopp
  • Format: Animated, Color, Dubbed, NTSC
  • Language: Spanish
  • Rated:
    G
    General Audience
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Walt Disney Video
  • VHS Release Date: August 26, 2003
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000092T53
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #561,441 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: DVD
Many big fans of the original claim that you shouldn't take one step into going near this one.But big Lilo and Stitch fans should definitely give this one a go.And they could turn out suprised,but this is suprisingly great stuff.Sure it's not as good as the first,but as a film in it's own right,everything here is spot on fantastic once again.The new villian,Dr.Hamsterwheel(Hamsterviel!It is Hamsterviel!!)is the greatest and most hilarious character I have seen in the way of animated gerbil like creations(I AM NOT GERBIL-LIKE,I AM HAMSTER-LIKE!).His accent is fanastic.His voice talent,Jeff Bennett,is fantastic.And his one-liners are incredible!Such as 'I AM IRKED!'at the disappointing sight of Experiment 625(also a new and hilarious character),'YOU THINK YOU'RE SO...PHONE BOOK,PHONE BOOK!!!',where he's starts a threat and discovers that Lilo is higher than he is,and finally,'I WASN'T REALLY GONNA CUT YOU IN HALF,IT WAS A JOKE!DIDN'T JUMBA PUT A FUNNY BONE IN YOU?',after Sparky saves Stitch and Lilo calls for help,then he get scared!It's brilliant!
Also many of the cast have stayed in to do just as well if not better,Daveigh Chase is amazing as Lilo once again,Stitch has a new problem finding his 'cousins',and Jumba and Pleakley are much,much funnier in this one!The only two downfalls are that the Elvis music has been cut short to just one song of his,'Slicin' Sand',which ain't his best,but at least Gareth Gates doesn't destroy another classic like last time,and Aloha,E Komo Mai,which you'll hear over the end credits,or before the start of the TV show,is one of the best songs I've heard in ages.So why is it not featured on the Island Favourites CD?
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Stitch the Movie is the direct-to-DVD sequel to the 2002 Disney animated comedy Lilo and Stitch. The film involes Stitch, Lilo, Dr. Jumba and Pleakley discovering the other 625 alien creatures that are related to Stitch. Now, the heroes must find all the creatures and send them home before Gantu and Hamsterviel captures them and become the two villians' personal army. The DVD special features includes a couple of interactive games and a Disney music video. Stitch the Movie is one of the Lilo and Stich DVD anthologies that is worth checking out. This movie is sure to become a instant Disney classic.
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Okay, I'm a HUGE fan of "Lilo & Stitch." I mean it. Stitch toys litter my entire apartment. Given Disney's track record with direct-to-video sequels, this was exactly what I hoped I'd never see done to the beloved first film. But here it is, and, being the ridiculous fan that I am, I couldn't help but check it out. And wouldn'tcha know it? It's okay. And I'm notoriously hard to please! The animation is pretty abysmal, especially compared to the inspired work in the original "Lilo & Stitch," but the writing is halfway decent. The characters are captured pretty nicely (although Nani has disappointingly little to do with the story) and there are actually enough clever visuals and dialogue zingers that I managed to laugh out loud several times. Sometimes "Stitch! The Movie" simply resorts to rehashed moments from "Lilo & Stitch," but at other times, it presents some original gems that actually manage to recapture the zany spirit of the original movie without just repeating it. None of this, by any stretch, is to suggest that "Stitch!" is a great movie (it's essentially just an hour-long set-up for the upcoming TV series), but it's not bad, either. The dismal animation kills a lot of the comedic pacing, but, by and large, the movie is entertaining enough to hold your attention and even amuse you at times (but that's as far as I'd go, since there's nothing even resembling the emotional depth of the first movie). It's definitely geared toward a younger audience, but it's still a worthwhile addition to your video library if you're as big a "Lilo & Stitch" fan as I am!
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My son fell in love with Stitch at Disney World. I'm not sure what prompted it because we didn't own the movies, but then of course, we had to get them all. As an adult, they are good, but my 7-year-old son loves them all. And the takeaway is that he says family comes first and puts that into practice. For that alone, he can watch them as much as he wants.

All the reviews I read said this was not a good movie and it is hard to get. It's almost as if Disney thinks it was a bad movie too. I don't understand why because I think it is on par with the rest of the Stitch movies.
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This is a rare cartoon that is written for both young children and witty adults. It is a rare style since it came from the Disney studios which is not known for wit or intelligent forms of entertainment since the death of Walt.
My grown children (18-24) watch this every year as they have since they first watched the series on television. I enjoy it every year often more than I remember enjoying it previously.
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When I first discovered that Disney were releasing a sequel to their greatest hit to date, Lilo & Stitch, I couldn't believe it. I remember watching the original film in theatres and have loved it ever since. So obviously I had to go out and buy the sequel as soon as it came out and was I disappointed? Hell no! Strangely not a lot of others agree so but I totally agree with the points that Rezo has made. All Disney sequels that go direct to video don't bother going through the big struggle of being better than the first. Obviously this is no exception, but it's a bloody good effort, and it's undoubtedly unfair to compare this to the original film, which is what I'm not doing.
This film is brilliant. It doesn't have the feel of a sequel when you finish watching it, and technically it is just a way to start off the TV series, but I can very easily enjoy it as both. The qualities of the first film include all the fantastic voice talents returning, which isn't that common for something that goes straight to video, especially with such names like Tia Carrere, Kevin McDonald and Ving Rhames, and the fact that its unique style of comedy that made the first film such a success has been superbly recreated here. Let's now divide its details:
Storyline
Many sequels are poor rehashes with exactly the same storyline as before, films like Jungle Book 2 for example, but this one has a clever story to it. Stitch is experiment 626, and here begins the discovery of his 625 older 'cousins'. The new evil Badguy, Dr. Hamsterviel, who you can't help but feel sorry for in the end, teams up with Gantu, who's just been fired from his job, and kidnaps Jumba for his share of the collection. But Lilo and Stitch won't stop there, because for both of them, ohana still means nobody gets left behind.
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