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Walter P. Martishius,
Tabitha St. Germain
When I was a child, I absolutely adored Disney's The Fox and the Hound.
It was quite a dark drama focusing on the struggle of preserving a friendship when really the two different animals are suppose to be enemies in nature. I still found it to be a very good animated feature with some memorable characters and nice pieces of music to listen to.
But seriously, was there any need for a sequel when the first movie was released 27 years ago?
The Fox and the Hound 2 isn't as good as the original. I thought the storyline was weak and predictable
The animation in this film was very impressive but better technology doesn't mean better storytelling.
I just didn't think there was any need for a sequel because there was nothing more to add to the story. Although, showing Tod's cubs might have been good.
Overall, this film is nothing special and it's completely inferior to the original.
Disney really needs to stop making sequels because if you don't have a good story that is of equal quality to the first movie, what's the point in making a second one?
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