Lilo and Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch is a 2005 American direct-to-video animated science fiction comedy-drama film produced by the Australian office of DisneyToon Studios. The film takes place between the events of the 2002 Walt Disney Animation Studios feature film Lilo & Stitch and the 2003 direct-to-video film Stitch! The Movie. This was also the final time that Jason Scott Lee voiced David Kawena, and the only film in which Daveigh Chase did not voice Lilo, being replaced by Dakota Fanning.
Why It Sucks
- Just like many Disney sequels, the first film did not hint a sequel at the end of the film.
- It feels more of a TV special than an actual sequel, as it's only 67 minutes long.
- Most of the characters are out of character:
- Dr. Jumba Jookiba has went from a mad scientist to a dumb moron in general.
- Wendy Pleakley became David's guide to winning her love interest (who is Nani). Not to mention he became a dumb moron as well.
- Nani Pelekai doesn't have any connection to any events as she's just there to be there.
- David Kawena became an extremely nervous wimp who tries to speak with Nani but to fill up the film's running time, it always fails until the end.
- Uses many cliches such as the "fake out death" and "everyone dances" ending.
- Very mean-spirited. When Stitch fails Lilo's rehearsal, Lilo becomes a complete jerk to Stitch until she realizes Stitch has a glitch.
- Overuse of Elvis Presley references.
- Unfunny jokes such as Lilo claiming her butt is sitting where Elvis' butt was sitting on a bench.
- Lilo was voiced by Dakota Fanning (the voice of Coraline from Coraline), which would've been fine if she was actually voiced in the next and final sequel, Leroy and Stitch, but her original voice actor (Daveigh Chase) later reprises her role, which made it entirely pointless to change her voice actor.
- There is no villain in this movie, which is what made the first film great. The only huge threat is Stitch's glitch which isn't really meant to be fully evil, just more havoc-causing and crazy in general.
- The animation holds up from the first film.
- Great voice acting, even if having Dakota Fanning voicing Lilo was pointless, she, at least, did a passable job.