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
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch is a straight-to-video follow-up of an animated film which became famous for Elvis Presley songs and likable characters. My favorite ones are Jumba and Pleakley and I couldn't wait to see them once again in a full-length movie. As regards the message and main theme of the pic, sequel visually resembles its predecessor, which is a kind of loss as I really expected totally different plot with maybe some new characters. Now Lilo is participating in contest for the best dance and Stitch has sudden fury attacks. However, it all results in the same ending and the same message - a great power of friendship. Besiedes, Jumba And Pleakley remain a bit unused (!) and one subplot (relationship problems between Nani and David) is underdeveloped. Let's go on to more pleasant things. The movie is incredibly funny and ingenious. The verbal humor is aimed not only at children and some scenes are just hilarious. For instance, the scene when the whole family is watching sci-fi film on TV and when Stitch is trying to be a helpful creature. All in all, the plot of Lilo & Stitch 2 is half-baked and, in consequence, the flick is only satisfactory.
- Sep 23, 2006
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