Kronk desperately tries to find ways to impress his Dad, whom he can never please. But when things go wrong, Kronk kicks into comical gear and discovers the true riches in life are his friends and being "true to your groove."
Stitch, an alien living on Earth disguised as a dog with his human family, continues his adventures when he discovers that the alien family he never knew he had is now in Hawaii, being hunted down by galactic forces.
Like many of Disney's direct-to-video sequels, this was intended as the pilot for a TV series. This is evident by the episodic structure of the plot, which would be cut into three separate episodes for the show's regular run. However, due to the disappointing box office of Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), production of the series was halted and the ending was rewritten to provide closure. See more »
Kida turns the wheel to the hatch clockwise and counter clockwise to try and stop water from getting into the aquatic vessel. In reality, however, only one direction opens such a hatch and only one direction closes it; turning it both ways again and again does nothing to stop the water from getting in. See more »
[being shown around the ship; she grabs a life belt]
This! What is this?
Oh, that's a life preserver.
So... you wear it and it preserves your life? Like our crystals!
No, no, no; you throw it to someone in the water.
Oh, so it is a game!
No. You throw it to them when they're drowning.
Does that not make it difficult for them to play the game?
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This movie was horrible, and it doesn't even deserve to be called a movie. The way I look at it, it's more like three mediocre day-time Disney cartoon episodes strung loosely together to make a single video that pretends to be the sequel to the first Atlantis movie, which was way more well-made and enjoyable. And where do i even begin with the problems of this DVD? The story? The characters? The pictures/animation? To me they're all bad and unwatchable. Firstly, the story in this direct-to-video DVD is ridiculous and pointless. The only good thing about it is that it is consistent--that is, consistently bad, from the beginning to the end. After the film's over i still don't know why Milo has returned and how the incidents occur in the three small stories are related to each other or to Atlantis itself. And all I could remember about this movie was how bad it makes me feel after seeing it. The characters feel wooden and lack personality, and the drawings look a lot different than that in the first. You can tell they're obviously not from the hands of the same animators from the first one. As the DVD played on, i found myself caring less and less about what might happen to the characters and just hoping the film would end soon. Besides the story and the characters mentioned above, the picture quality is poor in this one too, probably one of the worst in those direct-to-video products that Disney has ever released. As a fan of the the original Atlantis: the lost empire, I couldn't be more disappointed in Milo's return, which is a total waste of time and money. Thank goodness I rented it first instead of buying it. Even so, I still wish I'd never seen this crap or even known its existence.
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