Near the end of the movie, a talking screwdriver character comes into the story without any formal introduction, and is apparently a close friend to Pingo, despite it having been previously established that he has a crippling fear of screwdrivers and that they were banned from Atlantis. See more »
Excuse me, I've gotta make a phone call to the Italian animation company who made this horrible animated feature next to The Legend of the Titanic and The Legend Goes On. (takes out a phone and calls the Italian animation company after pressing a few number buttons) Hello. (some chipmunk talking) Uh, yes. I would like to make an agreement with you. (the chipmunk talking continues) That you should stop making these horrendous animated feature films that insults not only the people's intelligence, but the children's as well because they are not entertaining. Oh, and I want to say that you idiots have to be ashamed of yourselves for making this tripe. What do you have to say for yourself? (the chipmunk talking continues once again).
Well, guess what? Your plan has backfired. The story is pathetically tedious (even the subplot with the magical potion that has water in it wasn't that interesting at all) and even much worse than the previous titanic animated films that it makes them much more bearable. The characters aren't even close to being likable (Not to mention the rapping shark in the beginning of this abomination makes the rapping dog much more tolerable). The voice work is once again wooden just like the previous two and the Dialogue is atrocious. The animation is OK, but nothing special and the music is not only boring, but dreadfully awful that it would make you want to cover your ears and wait until it's over.
I suggest that you should close down this company and take a hike because you keep on making everything worse and worse and worse, but if you don't, I'll get all of the American people from all over the world to come find you and burn you down to the ground! What do you have to say to that, you idiotic retards?! (the chipmunk talking continues one more time) There. That's better. Listen, since this movie is so bad and you haven't made more horrible animated features, I'm just gonna go now. OK? Bye-Bye. (hangs up the phone)
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