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Mark A.Z. Dippé
All the characters of the warm and fluffy "Lilo and Stitch" are back! In "Stitch! - The Movie", Stitch, Jumba, and Peakley are all living with Lilo and Nani. But no one knows that Jumba had secretly deactivated all 625 of is other expiriments and brought them with him. The ex-captain Gantu, hired by Jumba's former partner, Dr. Jacques von Hamsterveil, goes to find them, and captures Jumba to interigate him into telling where they are. Now, Lilo and Stitch have to save Stitch's ohana from being used for chaos. Two expiriemnts are activated in this movie: 221, "Sparky", with the ability to cause big electric surges, and 625 who has all the abilites of Stitch, but is lasier. At least he makes good sandwiches! Written by
Loved the first film, had mixed feelings on this one
The first "Lilo and Stitch" was a warm and entertaining animated feature, compensated fully by beautiful animation, a nice soundtrack and a superb script that was not only funny but taught morals without feeling slushy. "Stitch! The Movie" was merely okay, but it doesn't have the magic or the sense of fun the first film had. I will give some credit the voice work is very good, Daveigh Chase is very sweet as Lilo and David Ogden Stiers just as he did in the original was marvellous as Jumbaa. Hamsterviel is a good villain, sweet on the outside but quite dangerous really. I liked it that Gantu had more to do here, and there are some decent laughs mostly from Experiment 625. However, the film is too short, at merely an hour there isn't much character development consequently the characters and the relationships between them (Lilo and Stitch's especially) weren't as engaging or as poignant. In both this and the TV series Nani's personality seems somewhat distorted. Also the animation isn't as vibrant, colourful or as detailed as it was in the original, not helped by rushed editing, and the script felt rather shallow. By all means, this movie isn't bad, but it pales in comparison to the original. 5/10 for trying. Bethany Cox
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