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102 Dalmatians 2000

G CC

The fun and adventure continues with the lovable dalmatians.

Starring:
Glenn Close, Gérard Depardieu
Runtime:
1 hour, 40 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Kevin Lima
Starring Glenn Close, Gérard Depardieu
Supporting actors Ioan Gruffudd, Alice Evans, Tim McInnerny, Eric Idle, Ben Crompton, Carol MacReady, Ian Richardson, Jim Carter, Ron Cook, Timothy West, David Horovitch, Dick Brannick, Mike Hayley, Nicholas Hutchison, Tim Willcox, June Watson, Tony Bluto, Tessa Vale
Studio Walt Disney Pictures
MPAA rating G (General Audience)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Pauline on February 19, 2002
Format: DVD
I can watch this movie time and time again!! What a fun and entertaining movie. I'm a kid in an adult body-I will admit it- but I think both kids and adults will enjoy this film. And I enjoyed it better than the first 'live' 101 Dalmatian movie. My favorite character in the movie is Waddlesworth who acts like a rott but is really a parrot but don't tell him that!!
This movie has more laughs and giggles than it does sneers. After all, it is a Disney movie, made for kids and BIG kids. The Dalmatians mission, as with the other movie-is to stop Cruella and her evil ways. Yes, everyone knows how it ends (as it does with all Disney movies) but you'll find enjoyment in between!!
I recommend it!!
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I don't really dislike this film. I could have just as well done without. It's largely a rehash of the first film, bringing along many of the qualities but less of the original cast.
Glenn Close was still as menacing as ever. The scene of her subconsciously reverting to her old ways when hearing the chime of Big Ben was classic for Cruella de Vil. The Dalmatian spots everywhere might have been overdoing it, but Close saves the scene with her performance.
Unfortunately, the rest of the cast is again decent but largely forgettable...I'm looking up everyone's names as I'm writing this. The butler Alonzo, played again by Tim McInnerny, the only other returning cast member, gets a bigger role and he's somewhat amusing in it, though he doesn't quite fill the shoes of the two thugs from the last film. The fur designer, Jean Pierre Le Pelt, played by Gérard Depardieu, was supposed to be eccentric, but that largely fell flat. An exception would have to be the driving scene in Paris. I loved how he and Cruella complained about the driving skills of everyone around them, including Alonzo.
I think I might have liked this film more if there had been more of a connection among the protagonists to the first film...the antagonists are fine on that front. Our new female lead, Chloe Simon, played by Alice Evans, has adopted one of the original fifteen puppies from the first film, Dipstick, and a previously unknown mate named Dotty, who have bred a litter of their own. Okay, I got no impression that Rodger and Anita planned to give up any of their many dogs in the first film? How did Chloe find them and convince them otherwise? And why would it be one of the puppies that their original dogs actually brought into this world?
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Cruella De Vil has spent 3 years behind bars, and in this seagual she gets granted her freedoom, but if she harms pupppies, she lose her fortune to the anmal shelter. Cruella De Vil (Glenn Close) gets rleased from jail on parole. And gets assigned to parole officer Chloe (Alice Evans), who loves dogs. But doubts that Cruella De Vil is chagned. Cruella joins the 2nd chance animal shelter where the owner (Ioan Grudd) is fooled by Cruella's new ways. Now, you would have to be dumb to fall for that Cruella is crued. Roger, Anita, Horace and Jasper are not in this film. And if you didn't like one or more of those characters you may like this movie. But for some reason this has a G rating when it may be scary, and with mild violence. But remember there are very few live action movies with a G rating.
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My Grandma gave this movie to me and I really wanted to see it. I watched it and it was great. Cruella just gets released from jail and she tries to be nice because she dosen't want to go to jail again. Eventually she becomes mean and tries to kills the puppies once again. They end up at a cake factory and they cook Cruella. I enjoyed watching this movie. I think anyone should get it. A great film!
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Glenn Close gives us another great performance as Cruella De Vil in this sequel 102 Dalmatians. After spending 3 years behind bars after pup napping the Dalmation puppies from the first movie she goes through a special reform program And is released from prison. However, her reform is short lived and she reverts back to her old ways dead set on completing her unfinished masterpiece Dalmation coat. This time featuring Dip Stick (one of the pups in the first movie) as the father of the new batch of pups they have an adventure through Paris trying to escape the clutches of the evil Cruella De Vil.

It's non stop excitement for a great family movie. Enjoy it with your kids especially if you enjoyed the first. This sequel is just as good if not better than the first.
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I love this movie! It has a great story line that continues on past the events from 101 Dalmatians. The actors and actresses are great! The first movie was really good (hilarious) and I felt that this was a great sequel. Oddball's struggles are touching and the Macaw's identity issues are funny. Dogs rule!

I will provide a word of warning though for those looking to purchase this DVD: It is a Region 2 DVD, as stated above in the note just below the buying options. I was able to watch it with the DVD player (media player) on my laptop. So just keep that in mind when buying this.
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My son picked this movie to watch, and so we rented it. Should have bought it because that is the only movie he kept requesting. Its a cute sequel to the original, but is not the same. Good for younger kids.
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