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The Little Mermaid 2 - Return To The Sea 2000

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Ariel and Eric have had a baby daughter, Melody, but the threat of reprisal from Ursula's sister Morgana means that they must keep the girl in the dark about her mermaid heritage. However, to be a mermaid is what Melody wants most and her dreams of the sea soon find her playing into the evil Morgana's hands. To set things right, Ariel must team up with her old chums Sebastian, Flounder and Scuttle and embark upon a daring rescue mission.

Starring:
Samuel E. Wright, Jodi Benson
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 12 minutes
Starring Samuel E. Wright, Jodi Benson
Director Brian J. Smith
Studio WALT DISNEY HOME VIDEO
Rental release 6 November 2006
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 12 minutes
Starring Samuel E. Wright, Jodi Benson
Director Brian J. Smith
Studio WALT DISNEY HOME VIDEO
Rental release 6 November 2006
Main languages English
Dubbing Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French
Subtitles Dutch, Spanish, German, English, Italian, Portuguese, French
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Format: VHS Tape
I recently bought the Little Mermaid (original version) on video from Amazon, and loved it even more than the first time I saw it (when I was about six!) But when I watched The Little Mermaid 2 to compare, I found it couldn't measure up at all. The animation isn't as beautiful, it's coloured so brightly it nearly does your eyes in. The two things I hated the most were the voice acting, and the changing completely of Prince Eric's character. Sebastian, Ariel, Flounder and Eric's voices have all changed, which totally alters their characters. I felt like throwing something at the TV whenever any of those characters opened their mouths, particular Sebastian. Eric is now just the sympathetic husband and father, and doesn't have half the personality that he had in the first film. In The Little Mermaid, every song was wonderful, even Ursula's solo, but in the sequel the songs are only so-so; alright, but not something you'll still remember when you have kids of your own.

After all, the film is still Disney, and it was a good idea; but poorly carried out. The undersea animation is almost as beautiful as the original, but still waaay too brightly coloured. If you are a die-hard "Little Mermaid" fan, then you might want to at least see it, but if not, avoid at all costs!
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Format: VHS Tape
This film was one of the best disney film we have seen, excluding beauty and the beast....the film had a really good story line, and was amusing all the way through.....there was a couple of ooohhhss ansd a couple of aahhhs...my daughter was so fasinated with this movie, that she has been watching it every single day, since we bought the film, and the funny thing is that you never get bored of it......i would recommend this film to the whole family to watch, as this is one of the best and the original film to watch.....will definetly be buying the third copy if that ever comes out...
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By Brit Boy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Sept. 2014
Format: DVD
When you watch something as a child, sometimes you might love something at the time and years later after a more recent viewing you're left feeling disappointed, often questioning: "Did I really like THIS??" Well, the opposite has happened to me here. I was very disappointed by 'The Little Mermaid 2 - Return to the Sea' when I watched it at the time, but it was much better than I remembered. True, it isn't a patch on the first, but when is this ever the case?

Compare the animation of this direct-to-video 2000 film to 'The Little Mermaid' of 1989, despite the ten year difference, the first remains the best, and the animation here should have been a lot better. Also, the original had great, memorable songs that contributed greatly to it's success, but here, you won't find one. Sure, 'Down to the Sea' is nice enough, but it isn't 'Part of Your World'.

However, some things are the same. Notably, Ursula's sister Morgana's voice is almost identical to her late sibling, this is because Pat Carroll has returned to the role, and although more crazier, certainly thinner, this villain is almost an exact copy of Ursula, who now wants to take over King Trident's kingdom as well. Most of the other characters, including Ariel, have their original voice artists.

The story has similar elements to the first. Ariel and Eric's daughter Melody appears to have inherited her mother's free spirited ways and inquiring nature, although she is unaware that her princess mother was once a mermaid. Like Ariel before her, she sets out to discover a whole new world under the sea, which, predictably, leads the danger and a fatal encounter with Morgana.
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By A Customer on 16 April 2001
Format: VHS Tape
This movie is not as good as part 1 but it's a great movie for small children. My 2-year old doughter loves it. The music and the songs are great. There is no violence and only a very small part of frightning.
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By A Customer on 16 Jan. 2001
Format: DVD
After 10 years a sequel to one of Disney's best loved films is here The Little Mermaid II Return to the sea. It is story of Melody Ariel and Eric's beautiful daughter who wants to become a mermaid. But a threat from Ursula's evil sister Morgana forces Ariel and Eric to conceal Melody's mermaid heritage from her. But dispite her parents orders Melody longs to venture in the sea and becomae a mermaid she becomes a pawn in Morgana's plot against King Triton and revenge against Ariel. To do this she transforms Melody into a mermaid and tells her too retrive the Trident from Triton (not knowing that he is Melody's Grandfather)! In order to get her daughter back and to save Atlantica, Ariel Returns to sea to be runited with her childhood friends Sebastian, Flounder and Scuttle. This delightful film see the Return of a all star cast which made the Little Mermaid a spectacular film. Jodi Benson returns her role as Ariel with Samuel E Wright returns as Sebastian, Pat Carrol as Morgana and Buddy Hacket as Scuttle. It is a memorable movie with new songs and new characters that a turly not too be missed.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
What cant I say about this movie, its heart warming, beautiful, full of amazing new characters and is a wonderful story between mother and daughter which you don't always find in a Disney movie, As I am now 20 and watched this movie when I was 12 I can still say what a beautiful and funny movie The Little Mermaid 2 is! Would definitely recommend!! xxxx
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