The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars

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The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars is a 1998 direct-to-video sequel to the 1987 film, The Brave Little Toaster.

Bad Qualities

  1. Weak plot, which is boring for older viewers.
  2. The film was inferior to the first film.
  3. Supreme Commander was a pretty weak villain.
  4. The idea of appliances going to Mars was not well-executed enough.
  5. This film is so bizarre like having Balloons singing about how they went to space and a bunch of other weird stuff
  6. The film can get quite unfaithful to the novel, despite being based off of it.
  7. Some characters come off as one-dimensional and pointless.
  8. Cheap animation, but it is expected from a direct-to-video sequel.
  9. The movie was released before The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue in America, which caused some confusion over which movie was released first.
  10. Some characters in the movie are not in the novel.
  11. Jon Lovitz doesn't return as Radio and his replacement is not very good.
  12. It is never explained how Robbie got placed in the bubble in the first place.
  13. The balloons are pointless, and serve no purpose in the plot, other than singing "Floating".
  14. The microwave (voiced by Wayne Knight) was a jerk to Toaster and the gang (until he came with them to Mars).

Good Qualities

  1. The voice acting is still good.
  2. The songs are still pretty good. The score by Alexander Janko was really amazing as well.
  3. The characters are still likable.
    • Radio is still a funny character, no matter who voices him.
    • Robbie, on the other hand, is actually really cute.
  4. A few funny scenes.
  5. All the original actors return to their roles (with the exceptions of Jon Lovitz and Timothy E. Day).
  6. The Christmas ending was not only a wonderful way to complete the movie and The Brave Little Toaster series as a whole, but it’s also a cute ending.