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Stitch has been having a series of bad dreams. They are a symptom of his incomplete manufacture of Dr. Jumba Jookibah's Experiment 626. Jumba was arrested for unauthorized genetic experiments before Stitch's molecules could be completely charged. Now Stitch is losing energy that causes him to periodically and unpredictably go berserk. He keeps unintentionally sabotaging Lilo's attempts to create an original hula dance for the upcoming Aloha festival. Jumba can track Stitch's dwindling resources and tries his best to build a new fusion chamber in which to recharge him before it is too late. Stitch has one too many outbursts for Lilo's patience, so she sends him away. Big sister Nani tries to comfort her. Lilo has been counting on winning the hula contest just like her mother had done when she was a young girl about Lilo's age. —Garon Smith
Animation was amazing, but story needed some work
I think that the original Lilo and Stitch is the best animated movie ever made. I was 19 when the original came out as well. When I heard about Stitch! The Movie I was skeptical, but that was basically just a two-hour long episode of the show they were planning (which is quite funny, albeit the animation is not up to par). But, when this movie was announced I was really worried. How were they going to stick a movie in the movie of two established time periods? Well, I was *very* impressed with the animation, but at only 68 minutes long, I knew from the start this movie was going to be a let-down. I thought it was quite funny, but it could have been so much more. Chris Sanders is hilarious, I'm not sure why he hasn't demanded that he has more to do with this series and not just Stitch's voice. I also have *no* idea why Daveign Chase (the original Lilo) did not play her in this movie. It's never been explained why. Dakoda Fanning did a great job, but Chase is already doing Lilo's voice for the TV show and everyone else reprised their roles. All in all, the jokes they did do were very clever, but the plot could have been stretched out into a longer movie.
- Sep 2, 2005
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