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30 August 2005 (USA) See more »
A malfunction threatens to destroy Stitch and his friendship with Lilo! Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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'Wallace & Gromit' Sweep the Annies
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  (in credits order)

Chris Sanders ... Stitch (voice)

Dakota Fanning ... Lilo Pelekai (voice)

Tia Carrere ... Nani (voice)

David Ogden Stiers ... Dr. Jumba Jookiba (voice)

Kevin McDonald ... Pleakley (voice)
Kunewa Mook ... Kumu (voice)

Jason Scott Lee ... David Kawena (voice)
William J. Caparella ... Additional Voices (voice)

Holliston Coleman ... Aleka (voice)

Matt Corboy ... Additional Voices (voice)

Jennifer Hale ... Additional Voices (voice)

Jillian Henry ... Elena (voice)

Liliana Mumy ... Myrtle (voice)

Emily Osment ... Additional Voices (voice)

Paul Vogt ... Gator Guard / Various Voices (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Grace Rolek ... Additional Voices (voice)

Directed by
Michael LaBash 
Anthony Leondis 
Writing credits
Anthony Leondis (screenplay) &
Michael LaBash (screenplay) &
Eddie Guzelian (screenplay) and
Alexa Junge (screenplay)

Michael Lucker  uncredited

Produced by
Christopher Chase .... producer
Angi Dyste .... associate producer
Kara Lord .... unit producer
Chrisie Rosenthal .... associate producer
Original Music by
Joel McNeely 
Film Editing by
William J. Caparella 
Casting by
Jamie Thomason 
Production Design by
Dennis Greco 
Nicole Psalidas 
Art Direction by
Maryann Thomas 
Production Management
Allison Cain .... assistant production manager
Kacy Durbridge .... assistant production manager
Lucinda Glenn .... assistant production manager
Danielle Legovich .... production manager
Margaret Yu Mallari .... production manager (as Margaret Yu)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kelly Baigent .... unit director
Art Department
Olivier Adam .... layout director
Viki Anderson .... storyboard artist
Peter Paul Bautista .... storyboard artist
Becky Cassady .... storyboard artist
Chen-Yi Chang .... storyboard artist
Ruben Chavez .... digital background painter
Nicholas Filippi .... storyboard artist
Jason Hand .... workbook artist
Kirk Hanson .... storyboard artist
Lajos Kamocsay .... cgi lead
Michael LaBash .... end title design and art
Chong Lee .... storyboard artist
Jenny Lerew .... storyboard artist
Lonnie Lloyd .... storyboard artist
Steve Lumley .... workbook supervisor (as Stephen G. Lumley)
Alex Mann .... storyboard artist
Linda Miller .... storyboard artist
Zac Moncrief .... storyboard artist
Toby Shelton .... storyboard artist
Amber Tornquist .... storyboard artist
Chris Ure .... storyboard artist
Colette Van Mierlo .... location designer
Marty Warner .... prop designer
Kelly Wightman .... storyboard artist
Tanya T. Wilson .... workbook artist
Brian Woods .... location designer
Sound Department
James Ashwill .... foley mixer
Ronald Eng .... supervising sound editor
Tammy Fearing .... supervising dialogue & adr editor
Dana LeBlanc Frankley .... first assistant sound editor
Doug Jackson .... sound effects editor
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Carol Lewis .... dialog & adr editor
Terry O'Bright .... sound re-recording mixer
Dan O'Connell .... foley artist
Willard Overstreet .... supervising foley editor
Keith Rogers .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Troy .... dialog editor
Visual Effects by
Simon Alberry .... CGI animator
Andrew Coates .... senior compositor
Gina Di Bari .... digital artist
Mark Evans .... senior compositor
Dee Farnsworth .... digital background painter (as Dee Farnsworth)
Eric Grimenstein .... CGI artist
Eric Grimenstein .... effects animator
Julian Hynes .... visual effects supervisor
Andrew Kimberley .... digital artist
Douglas Little .... visual effects supervisor
Elias Macute .... senior compositor
Jeannette Maher-Manifold .... compositing supervisor (as Jeannette Manifold)
Christine O'Connor .... scanning supervisor
Marvin Petilla .... lead effects animator
Sheryl Sardina Sackett .... CGI animator
Jörg Schulz-Gerchow .... digital compositor
Gregory L. Smith .... digital artist
Damian Temporale .... digital director
Animation Department
Tony Ambrose .... inbetween artist
Jennifer Borrell Anderson .... clean-up artist
Jennifer Borrell Anderson .... digital ink and paint artist
Nick Ashby .... clean-up artist
Richard Bailey .... animator
Stephen Baker .... supervising animator
Tristan Balos .... animator
Bob Baxter .... senior CGI animator
Nancy Beiman .... animator
Matt Boug .... inbetween artist
Donna Brockopp .... animator
Andrew Brooks .... senior animator
Aaron Burton .... fix-up artist
Tom Caulfield .... animator
Farouk Cherfi .... animator
Noel Cleary .... supervising animator
Michael Comino .... senior clean-up artist
Kevin Condron .... clean-up character lead: "Jumba" and "Pleakley"
Bridgette Connell .... inbetween artist
Tony Davis .... clean-up artist
Abeth De La Cruz .... senior layout artist (as Abeth Dela Cruz)
Manny DeGuzman .... senior clean-up artist (as Manny A. DeGuzman)
Matt Diks .... inbetween artist
Jonathan Dower .... animator
Peter Eastment .... clean-up artist
Dee Farnsworth .... background designer (as Dee Farnsworth)
Federico Ferrari .... animator
Jackie Fry .... clean-up key artist
Frank Gabriel .... clean-up artist
Kayn Garcia .... animator
Ben Grimshaw .... effects assistant
Max Gunner .... clean-up artist
Carolyn Guske .... digital background painter
Mina Ho Ferrante .... layout artist
Jeff Holgate .... digital background painter
Geoff Ind .... inbetween artist
Mark Ingram .... inbetween artist
Samantha Inoue Harte .... animator
Samantha Inoue Harte .... clean-up artist
Tracy Jones .... color stylist
Hiromi Kakinuma .... animator
Michelle Lindner .... senior clean-up artist
Pieter Lommerse .... animation supervisor
Pierre Lorenzi .... background artist
Patricia Ann Billings Malone .... assistant animator
Andries Maritz .... senior animator
Satjit Matharu .... animator
Malcolm McCarthy .... inbetween trainee
James McGinlay .... animator
Beverley McNamara .... background lead
Patrick Muylkens .... background artist
Vincenzo Nisco .... layout artist
Ritsuko Notani .... character designer
Terry O'Toole .... character lead
Stuart Packwood .... fx animator
Kurt Parton .... inbetween artist
Michael Pattison .... inbetween animation supervisor
Ernie Pava .... digital background painter
Matt Perry .... inbetween artist
Donna Prince .... background designer
Adam Rainford .... scene planner
Toby Schwarz .... animator
Piero Sgro .... background supervisor
Mark Sonntag .... layout artist
Lisa Souza .... layout artist
Carin-Anne Strohmaier .... animation editor
Alexa Summerfield .... key assistant animator
Jocelyn Sy .... animator
Florian Wagner .... animator
Nadine Wagner-Westerbarkey .... supervising animator
Andrew Wolf .... senior layout artist
Kevin Wotton .... animator
Samantha Youssef .... animator
Casting Department
Daniel J. Soulsby .... casting supervisor
David Wright .... casting
Editorial Department
Jessica Ambinder-Rojas .... additional editor
Ralph A. Eusebio .... assistant editor
Ben Frost .... production editor
Daniel Kupresan .... assistant editor
Robert J. Lemos .... assistant editor
Philip Malamuth .... additional editor
Lynwood Robinson .... assistant editor
Music Department
Doug Besterman .... music arranger: songs
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist
Rich Breen .... score recordist: vocals
Cary Butler .... score recordist: vocals
Rupert Coulson .... score recordist: vocals
Sandy DeCrescent .... orchestra contractor
Scott Erickson .... song arranger
Steven Gizicki .... music supervisor
Jennifer Hammond .... orchestrator
Clint W. Heidorn .... music coordinator (as Clint Heidorn)
Jason Henkel .... music administrator
A.J. Lara .... music coordinator (as AJ Lara)
Joel McNeely .... conductor
Joel McNeely .... music arranger: songs
Kunewa Mook .... music consultant
Shawn Murphy .... score recordist
Shawn Murphy .... scoring mixer
Bobbi Page .... vocal contractor
Craig Pettigrew .... supervising music editor
Bryan Pezzone .... musician: piano
Nan Schwartz .... orchestrator
David Slonaker .... orchestrator
Jeanine Tesori .... music arranger: songs
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn solos
Booker White .... music preparation
Frank Macchia .... music preparation (uncredited)
Other crew
Sylvie Bennett-Fauqué .... scene planner
Carine Buncsi .... production coordinator
Brian Cole .... technical director
Kristi Connolly .... scene planner
David Costello .... scene planner
Jim Cotton .... production accountant
Lourdes M. Diaz .... production coordinator
Bérangère Frésard .... production assistant
Mary Lescher .... lead scene planner
Kip Lewis .... senior production coordinator
Tj Libman .... production assistant
Linda Luong .... production coordinator
Nathan Massmann .... assistant production manager
Marilyn Matthews .... production secretary
Dominique Monfery .... production coordinator
Rebekah Needham .... production secretary
Christine O'Connor .... checker
Lynn Singer .... continuity checker

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Also Known As:
"Lilo & Stitch 2" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated PG for some mild action
68 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

This is the first film in the DisneyToon Studios film library to receive a PG rating from the MPAA. Additionally, it is, to date, the only direct-to-video animated Disney sequel to receive that rating.See more »
Revealing mistakes: When Nani slams on the car brakes to prevent it from falling over the cliff, you can clearly see that the gas pedal and the clutch pedal are on the wrong sides. The gas pedal is to the left of the break pedal and the clutch pedal is to the right of it, they should be on the opposite sides, even though the driver's seat is on the left hand side of the car.See more »
Agent Pleakley:Sorry, can't help you. I have a full day of Earth research ahead of me.
Nani:You mean watching talk shows and reading gossip magazines?
Agent Pleakley:Yeah. It really takes it out of ya.
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For a Disney direct-to-video sequel, this certainly isn't bad, 5 January 2011
Author: Electrified_Voltage from Guelph, Ontario, Canada

The first time I saw Disney's original, theatrically released "Lilo & Stitch" from 2002 was near the end of 2006, after it had spawned three direct-to-video sequels and a TV show. The first of the sequels was "Stitch! The Movie" from 2003, which I haven't seen yet, but 2005's "Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch" takes place before that one. I thought the original film was great the first time I saw it, but when I watched it again in 2009, I thought it was no more (and no less) than pretty good. I was hesitant to watch any of the sequels after that, knowing from experience that these direct-to-video sequels from Disney usually aren't very good. Approximately a year and a half after last watching the original, I've finally watched this "Lilo & Stitch" sequel, and can say that I have most certainly seen worse animated Disney sequels.

Stitch now lives with Lilo and Nani in their Hawaiian home, as do two other extraterrestrials, Dr. Jumba Jookiba and Agent Pleakley. As Lilo prepares for a local May Day festival hula contest, her mutant alien friend helps her, but he has a problem. When Jumba created the creature, he was arrested before he could finish charging the molecules of his mutant, so Stitch's molecules have never been fully charged, and he is now losing energy! This causes him to frequently turn evil and destructive again, wreaking havoc wherever he is, and if his molecules are not recharged soon, he will die! Jumba quickly gets to work on building a fusion chamber so he can save the result of his illegal genetic experimenting before it's too late, but as he attempts to create this machine, Lilo and Stitch continue their preparation for the competition, and as they do so, Stitch's frequent bouts of evil continue and obviously don't help! This threatens Lilo's chance of success in the contest, and also threatens her relationship with her alien pet, as she doesn't realize that the trouble he is now causing is not his fault!

The 2002 animated Disney flick features some great animation with its tropical backgrounds, and fortunately, that's also the case with this 2005 sequel. In the original film, I didn't find Lilo and Nani to be the most well-crafted characters in the history of animated Disney features, and that's still the case in "Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch", but they still have their redeeming qualities in both films. Stitch is still cute and lovable here, just like he is in the original "Lilo & Stitch". I don't think I found as many funny parts in this third film in the franchise as I did in the first, since I only occasionally laughed or smiled, and the Jumba and Agent Pleakley characters didn't seem to amuse me quite as much as before. I thought it was really funny when Pleakley disguises himself as a woman in the first film, but it didn't really seem that funny to me when he does it again here, at least not the first time, though it can be funny when he gives Nani's boyfriend, David Kawena, romantic guidance, which involves his disguise. The story isn't the most fascinating one, as some parts can be a bit bland and the conflict Lilo has with several different characters isn't always that entertaining, nor is Lilo trying to prepare for the contest, but overall, it's definitely not a bad story. There are poignant moments later on in the theatrically released movie that started the franchise, and that's another thing this third film has in common with the first one.

This sequel could have been mediocre or slightly worse, since it is one of the many direct-to-video sequels to Disney animated features, and judging by the ones I've seen (a good number of them), it appears one can expect them to be at least somewhat lacklustre, and never live up to their theatrical predecessors. However, "Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch" turned out to be one of the above average features in this category, even if it's not very high above average. By the end of this particular direct-to-video release, I wasn't 100% sure about my 6/10 rating, especially due to the poignancy towards the end. It is a pretty short feature at just a little over an hour long, and I feel that if it were a bit longer, I just MIGHT have no choice but to give it a 7/10, even though that's the same rating I gave the original after I last watched it, and this film is not nearly as highly rated as that one. Regardless of your age, if you like the original "Lilo & Stitch", then I don't yet know about the second film in the franchise, but this third one, while it could be much better, is probably at least not one you would absolutely hate.

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