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11 March 2003 (USA) See more »
Inspect the unexpected.
Inspector Gadget returns in this sequel to the 1999 hit, "Inspector Gadget." Gadget once again has to fight his arch nemesis, Claw. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Alex Zamm 
Writing credits
Andy Heyward (characters) and
Jean Chalopin (characters) and
Bruno Bianchi (characters)

Ron Anderson (written by) and
William Robertson (written by) &
Alex Zamm (written by)

Produced by
Roger Birnbaum .... executive producer
Jean Chalopin .... executive producer
Peter M. Green .... producer
Andy Heyward .... executive producer
Charles Hirschhorn .... producer
Jordan Kerner .... executive producer
David Roessell .... executive producer
Original Music by
Chris Hajian 
Cinematography by
Geoffrey Wharton 
Film Editing by
Jimmy Hill 
Casting by
Amy Lippens 
Production Design by
Phil Shearer 
Art Direction by
Bill Booth 
Costume Design by
Terry Ryan 
Makeup Department
Karen Adcock .... make-up and hair
Karla Goldsmith .... makeup artist
Production Management
Gina Black .... unit production manager
Maggie Evans .... post-production supervisor
Jamie Whitfield .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vera Biffone .... second assistant director
Darren Mallett .... first assistant director
Nick McKinnon .... fourth assistant director
Peter McLennan .... third assistant director
Steve Newman .... second unit director
Judi Patson .... first assistant director
Judi Patson .... second unit director
Jeremy Skues .... second assistant director
Art Department
Jodie Allen .... set dresser
Jim Bandsuh .... illustrator
Mark Brims .... property master
Graeme Callander .... storyboard artist
Dane Eade .... trade assistant
Laura Elkington .... stand-by props
Brad Greenwood .... concept artist
Sarah Light .... assistant art director
Tricia McInally .... art department coordinator
Ray Pedler .... scenic artist
Matthew Putland .... assistant set decorator
Fiona Scott .... assistant art director
Jason Segal .... set finisher
Josh Sheppard .... storyboard artist
Greg Tuckwell .... props
Tracey Wilson .... production illustrator
Sound Department
Julius Chan .... sound effects editor
Matt Connolly .... dialogue editor
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer: New York
Paul Drenning .... adr mixer
Liam Egan .... sound effects editor
Mark Franken .... sound effects editor
Vic Kaspar .... supervising sound editor
Stefan Kluka .... foley artist
Stefan Kluka .... sound effects editor
Peter D. Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Craig Walmsley .... sound
Andy Wright .... adr recordist
Special Effects by
Andy Clement .... lifecast maker: French Stewart
Steve Courtney .... special effects supervisor
John Cox .... animatronics supervisor
Peter Exton .... animatronic technician
Tobias Jahke .... mould maker
James Paul .... animatronic technician
Julian Summers .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Lindsay Adams .... digital compositor
Ian B. Anderson .... titles designer
Michael Bain .... 3D digital artist
Andy Barrios .... Inferno artist: Photon VFX, Australia
James Bennett .... animator
Kathryn Bolt .... digital compositor
Warwick Campbell .... titles compositor
Mark Doney .... senior compositor
Simon Dye .... compositor
Alex Fry .... digital compositor
Mark Gee .... senior 3D animator
Diego Guerrero .... senior 3D artist: GMD Film
Scott Harper .... digital compositor
Daniel Harvey .... visual effects producer
Trevor Hawkins .... visual effects supervisor
David L. Hewitt .... visual effects producer: GMD (as David Hewitt)
Steven Anthony Khoury .... digital artist
Andrew Kunzel .... animator
Nicky Ladas .... data manager
Nerys Lincoln .... digital artist
Kimberley Liptrap .... 3D lighting artist
Daniel Loui .... digital compositor
Matthew Lynch .... visual effects producer: GMD Film
Evans Mark .... visual effects artist
Allan McKay .... technical director
Tony Noel .... digital compositor
Kym Olsen .... digital compositor
Kim Pearce .... render wrangler
Kim Pearce .... system administrator
David Peers .... opening titles designer
Benoit Pelchat .... digital matte artist
Tim Quarry .... digital supervisor: GMD
Heath Ryan .... visual effects editor
Jörg Schulz-Gerchow .... digital compositor
Jason Selfe .... digital compositor
Murray Smallwood .... digital compositor
Jana Spotts .... visual effects coordinator
Tim Streets .... 3D animator
Jensen Toms .... lighting & compositing
Edward Trost .... digital effects producer: Photon VFX
Georgie Uppington .... visual effects coordinator
Martin Wiseman .... digital effects line producer
Malcolm Wright .... digital effects artist
Ben De Luca .... senior systems administrator (uncredited)
Pru Donovan .... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
Peter Fisher .... visual effects executive producer: GMD (uncredited)
Chris Long .... research and development (uncredited)
Shea Adams .... stunt performer
Ric Anderson .... stunt coordinator
Renee Bowen .... stunt double
Bradd Buckley .... stunt double (as Brad Buckley)
Craig Dunn .... stunt driver
Sebastian Foxx .... stunt performer
Angela Moore .... stunt double
Paul Phillips .... assistant stunt coordinator
Mick Van Moorsel .... stunt driving double
Camera and Electrical Department
Franc Biffone .... camera operator
Simon Cardwell .... still photographer
Jamie Couper .... lighting technician
Chris Fleet .... gaffer
Mark Goellnicht .... Steadicam operator
Mark Goellnicht .... camera operator
Billy Harmer .... grip: second unit
Chris Holland .... lighting technician
Ben King .... focus puller: second unit
Ben King .... second assistant camera: additional camera
Warren Lazarides .... assistant camera
Steve Newman .... director of photography: second unit
John Platt .... camera operator
Animation Department
Andy Cadzow .... animator
Daniel James Cox .... digital background painter: opening titles
Mike Paech .... animator
Pablo Plaisted .... animator
Casting Department
Maura Fay .... casting: Australia
Nathan Lloyd .... additional casting
Fiona McMaster .... casting assistant
Meredith B. Robinson .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alban Farrawell .... costume supervisor
Melissa Montague .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Matt Bennett .... editor: opening titles
Elly Nichols .... post-production coordinator
Wade Odlum .... telecine assistant
Heath Ryan .... first assistant editor
Eric Whipp .... digital colorist
Music Department
Laura Bishop .... music preparation
Nora Felder .... music supervisor
Jason Fernandez .... additional synthesizer programming
Christopher Gordon .... conductor
Christopher Gordon .... orchestrator
Coralie Hartl .... orchestra contractor
Phillip Hartl .... concert master
Tim Ryan .... music editor
Jessica Wells .... music preparation
Other crew
Richard A. Barker .... titles producer: Cutting Edge
Toni Carey .... assistant payroll (as Toni Stewart)
Janet Chiarabaglio .... lead stand-in
Megan Clarke .... assistant production coordinator
Tony Clarke .... location manager
Pam Collis .... assistant production coordinator
Sarah Edmonds .... assistant to director
Gavin Evans .... unit
Wilf Flint .... location assistant
Rhonda Fortescue .... assistant accountant
Kelly Head .... assistant accountant
Dean Hood .... financial controller
Carolina Häggström .... script supervisor
Duncan Jones .... location assistant
Peter Madamba .... script researcher
Bruce Shapiro .... dialogue coach
Deb Sutherland .... production accountant
Lana Williams .... safety supervisor
Jeffrey Woods .... nurse: second unit
Rowena Zande .... production coordinator
Craig A. Kocinski .... voiceover/looping (uncredited)
Julie Stewart .... post-production accounts (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"IG2" - USA (poster title)
"Go! Go! Gadget 2" - Japan (English title)
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Rated PG for some mild violence/peril (original rating)
89 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.66 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:Atp | Australia:G | Brazil:Livre | Finland:K-7 | Germany:6 | Iceland:L | New Zealand:G | Singapore:PG | UK:U | USA:G (edited for re-rating) | USA:PG (original rating)

Did You Know?

The red light located on claws claw means that he is gaining excitement from something.See more »
Revealing mistakes: When Claw releases the laughing gas, some people start laughing before the gas even reaches them.See more »
[at the science convention]
Inspector Gadget:Now I need you to keep an sharp eye out, Gadgetmobile, if you see anything suspicious you let me know!
Gadgetmobile:You mean like a Trekkie with a girlfriend?
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References Jerry Maguire (1996)See more »
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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
You say Inspector, I say Inspector -- Let's call the whole thing off!, 13 October 2007
Author: Andy (film-critic) from Bookseller of the Blue Ridge

"Inspector Gadget 2" is possibly one of the worst sequels to dawn the direct-to-DVD call tag at the bottom of the box. Using nothings from the original film (not the same characters, not the same style, not the same comic timing), this film is one that you have to watch alone, not standing right next to the original Broderick vehicle. French Stewart (he is always squinting ... why?), with the aid of director Alex Zamm try to bring the original concept back the the series without any known budget. Stewart brings a new Inspector to the film, a more arrogant, snobbish, seems to be tormented by life, protagonist that cares nothing for those surrounding him. He is a character that we cannot love, no matter how many times we have to sit through one viewing of this film. What is interesting about Stewart is that he is actually closer to the the animated Gadget than the original. Zamm also tries to create a Dr. Claw that is closer to the original – but the trouble occurs with the fact that the two share very little screen time and thus there is no real chemistry between the two. Claw used to always monitor Gadget's doings, in this one, there seems to be a haphazard care as to what either is doing. Penny still doesn't have her book and Brain still isn't getting anyone out of trouble. Where is the consistency here? Too add to the mix, we are introduced to a new character "G2", the newest upgrade to the Gadget line. Like anything this riddled with clichés, there is an initial problem with the two of them, but eventually a spark misfires and Gadget is introduced to yet another love interest. Considering the problems anatomically with this couple, there is no further spark between them. The only reason the two are put in a this film are to be together, not for any other purpose. There is no sense of individualism, just flimsy cause followed by an effect that could have been predicted before the opening credits ended.

"Inspector Gadget 2" has not seen the best reviews, nor will it get a good one from me – it tried, but ultimately it failed. There was no purpose to create this erroneous sequel. Disney was hoping to cash in on the Broderick fan base, the younger generation that knows no better , or just to make some extra dollars to pad their bottom line, but there was no reason to resurrect this already problematic series. I hated Elaine Hendrix's mesh between "Robocop" and "Judge Dredd". She was funny at parts that were not meant to be funny, and chokingly bad at parts that were meant to draw sympathy from the audience. Perhaps it was the writing, or the campy way that it was filmed, or the cheesy ploy to get audiences to laugh, but this sequel just left me out to dry. If I had to speak positively about this film in any way, I would have to comment on the CGI which did improve a bit with this lower-budget film. I thought the idea of "freezing-time" was a fun concept equal to what Claw would do, but again, we seemed to lack the spunk and originality of the cartoon. I would never consider this franchise a remake of the cartoon, but instead their own unoriginal spin-off.

I blame Disney a bit for this film because cutting corners and cost is not an excuse for making poor films. If Broderick or even the horrid Everett could not reprise their roles for this sequel, it should have just stopped there. Don't push a circular peg into a square hole, but instead we continued to push and found cheap replacements for the original. This is a very kid friendly moment that if I were 3, would probably find visually entertaining, but from a company that prides itself on making Oscar-worthy animation, I expect a higher level of distribution. French Stewart should stop working while he still is remembered for his humorous work on "Third Rock from the Sun", while the rest of this cast shouldn't even bother with another feature. I think it is bad enough that they couldn't even get Cheri Oteri back, cause, you know, she's expensive.

Overall, I have to say that "Inspector Gadget 2" is a blunderment of a film, and the one star review that I am giving it is generous. There is no need for these types of films to enter into mainstream cinema. It dulls the senses for those hoping to find engrossing cinema out there, and proves that a mind isn't necessary to watch French in action. As a cinematic community, we have to put a stop to this. Zamm attempted to retain some of the originality of the cartoon, but couldn't compile a cast good enough to bring the humor, form, grace, and talent of the animated series to light. There was no chemistry between anyone, and when the clichés began to cause a horrid avalanche, I was caught with nowhere to hide. If I had to end with a thought in mind, it would be this – Claw never showed his face, this can be learned from watching the pilot "Inspector Gadget" where he had a mustache, so you shouldn't be able to see his face in the films. It is simple. It would be like creating the Smurfs live-action where they were a shade of orange instead of blue. You just don't do it. So, when it comes to this film – just don't do it. You will be happier, and no so bitter like myself.

Grade: * out of *****

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