Charlie and Itchy have return to Earth to find Gabriels Horn, but along the way they meet up with a sweet young boy named David, who ran away from home. And a beautiful Irish setter named Sasha LaFleur set them straight. But time is running out, and if Charlie is going to secure the valuable horn, he will have to prove himself worthy of his wings by taking on two incredible villains in a hair-raising, breathtaking race to the finish!
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I still thought this movie was cute, but it wasn't original it had the same story line as the first. I don't think this sequel is a must see. If you did like the first and thought it was cute, you'll like this. I did like it, I'm just not a fan of sequels especially when they are so unoriginal.
I love this sequel more than the first 'ADGTH' movie, because there are better animation (Including some CGI scenes of course), the songs are more dynamic, like my favorite 'I Will Always B With You, that always make me cry, but it has backdraws:Flo and the singing aligator from last movie was'nt in the sequel, and 'ADGTH 2' is sometime's too intense and dark for kids.
seriously, where was he? Sure I liked the movie, sure I loved the characters. even though I liked the song: "It's too heavenly here" The voices just don't go with our Loveable German Sheperd, Charlie B. Barkin. and Annabelle's voice was a quivering, drama-like voice which was annoying. Carface's voice wasn't all that good either. There's another character I fell in love with, and that's Sasha La Fleur. She's sexy. Thankfully, ONE person survived to voice our favorite Dachsund, Itchy!
Movies like these do not need sequels. Part of the advantage of DonBluth moving away from Disney is that he didn't need to suffer theirendless tirade of straight-to-video, poorly animated cash-in sequels.But apparently it was someone's brilliant idea to make a sequel to "AllDogs Go to Heaven," so we get this.Charlie Sheen replaces Burt and he's not really as good. Most of thefilm is just a poor excuse for a sequel and it isn't nearly as dark,different or entertaining as the original.I feel sorry for future generations who are going to have to sufferendless sequels like this without ever knowing what it was like to havea time when Hollywood didn't totally rely on successful films as acrutch to release banal crap.Please, no more sequels to kids films that don't need 'em.
The first movie was a good film that I felt was underrated. What happens when you an animated film with a good dark story and make a softened up sequel? The result is All Dogs Go To Heaven 2. Charlie Sheen brings a different likeliness to the Charlie Barkin character than Burt Reynolds. With Burt Reynolds, Charlie had a slight tough guy attitude. With Sheen, Charlie (the dog) has a more sympathetic personality. Itch's selfish steak returns but not as bad as the first film. I don't like musicals much but the first song "It's Too Heavenly Here" doesn't directly show Charlie's feelings towards heaven. He seems bored but of course that's the message that they're trying to give the viewer. Still, I would done that song in the form of hard rock. One thing that gets me is that this movie takes place in modern day San Francisco and the first movie took place in 1939 New Orleans. You'd most likely think that Charlie spent all those years in heaven but the fact that Itchy enters heaven towards the beginning of the movie kills that theory. Carface seems more like a bumbling idiot in this film than the ruthless killer that he was in the first film. It has a bit of a heartwarming story but if you've seen the first film, there's a big chance you'll be dissappointed with this one.
I'm glad that I did not expect too much when I saw this sequel to oneof my favourite childhood films. The storyline was dull andunconvincing as were the characters, and I was disappointed that someof the characters in the original were not in this sequel. I also didnot think that the characters themselves were similar from the previousfilm. Charlie had changed, and now, he has a girlfriend. The first filmhad some good music, but the music in this film was unmemorable. Inshort, this film just did not do it for me. And, looking at other userfeedback, it looks like it didn't do it for a lot of you. It's notworth watching.
Cute little cartoon. Kids that are crazy over dogs will like this little movie, my granddaughter loves it.
Your wrong.Dead wrong! I saw this before number 1 and i still stick with what i said, "Number to is the second best" because i think that An All Dogs Christmas Carol is the best only because it is the most recent i have bought.(Jan 3rd,2006)So if you disagree, oh well.LOLStanford-911
This review is from: All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (DVD) A great buy for all who want a fun, warm, good versus evil type of movie. A cute, fun, warm, and exciting children's movie.
My 4-yr old granddaughter just lost her mother and the song "I will always be with you" has a special meaning for her. Just wish I could get a copy of the song, but have been unable to find it anywhere.
To say the least I have seen this movie probably 50 times since mychildhood days. Even now at 18 years old I still watch it. The story issimpler and easyer to comprehend then the first which I think makes itbetter. I just admire the character of Charlie, whom Charlie Sheen doesan excellent job in voicing, Even their characters match! CharlieBarkin is a pimp, sheen is a pimp. Charlie is indeed a cool dog who's"good at breeding" like he says. To me the songs are preety memorableas well, their catchy and evoke a lot of emotion. I can honestly saythat their is not a single corny line within this movie that I or mygirlfriend can see (she just loves it when charlie and sasha kiss). Inall its just a sweet adventure movie with two awesome K9's that managesto throw a preety sweet romance with another K9 as well.My advice don't take the score of a 4 seriously, watch it for yourselfand either love it or hate and while you do that. I will be singing "IWill Always Be With You" to my wife."
Realsed in 1996 this was the sequel to the original. There also was a T.V. show for it. This one had less profantity than the original but still not clean enough in my opion to be g rated. This should be fine if you 8 or older. Charlie returns but played by a different actor. Carface is in heaven. Where he should not have gone after the way he treated Charlie in the original film. Other than Charlie, Itch Anabella and Careface none of the charters from the previous movie are in it. Charlie must go to earth to recover Gabriels horn after its droped by Carface while he attemps to steal it. This was the second to last entry in the series. I am plaining on writing a grown up version of the original movie with more violence, language and more action. The ending the first movie should have had. Charlie ends will be the same but carface's will change. He will return to Ann Morry in the sequels when he goes to retrive Gabriel's horn. The King gator will return Asmodous, Scragg from Redwall and Golloum from the Hobbit Lord of the Rings and return of king (Original animated versions) Will help charlie as they plan there escape from hell and the down fall of Sauron and Melificent and the plan the destruction of hell.
I bought this dvd for the kids and i got quite into it,it's a lot better than the first which i had seen on tv 1 christmas. There where funny bits, sad bits and a happy ending the kids love it they watched the film 4 times a week for a month they know the songs off by heart. I thought it was a good idea to keep all the original characters in it but they also managed to introduce some new ones, which add to the plot so i wont go on too much. If u liked the first this is a must and oh did i forget to mention the kids love it as well.
How could they take such a beautifully animated gem like Don Bluth'sAll Dogs go to Heaven and bastardize it with a charmless, cheesy,uninspired sequel. The haunting music and delightful characters aregone, now replaced with tacky animation and an unimaginative plot.The Pros: Charlie Sheen is sometimes fun as Charlie, but he lacks thecharming tough guy attitude that brought him to life by Burt Reynolds.I did particularly enjoy the songs "I will always be with you" and"It's too Heavenly here".The Cons: There seems to be no connection between this and theoriginal. In the beginning Charlie is chums with Carface, but wait aminute. Isn't this the same character who was responsible for Charlie'smurder and kidnapped the sweet little orphan he loved? I guess that allchanges in Heaven but why isn't Anne-Marie even mentioned? If Itchymakes it to Heaven, wouldn't Flo and Killer make it too? What is withAnnabelle the whippet's voice? In the original it sounded feminine andcharming and in the sequel it sounds like a whiny, bitchy, parrot. Thenew characters aren't all that great (except Sasha). And the animationis better compared to a generic Saturday morning cartoon. The constantcartoony "humor" is flat and unfunny and the "heart" just doesn't workwhen compare to the original, which had such a moving unsubtle touchthat makes me cry every time.All Dogs go to Heaven is one of my all-time favorite films. How DonBluth allowed this sequel to be made is beyond me.BOTTOM LINE: Not all sequels go to Heaven.
First and perhaps foremost, I would like to remark that thisgoody-goody sequel really took away from the original ADGTH movie, withall its dark bittersweet sentimentality, its beautiful insights of theAfterlife,and its heavy undertone of the criminal underworld.Also, whymust they characterize the cat as a demon? For certain children thatcome to mind that believe cats are evil, no-good animals out to servewitches and devils, this does not help. To cast the cat as an averagevillain is one thing. But to cast it as the Devil himself?! I mean, ifthe plot were turned around, would they cast the dog as the Devil? Thatpoint aside, I didn't care for Charlie Sheen as Charlie B. Barkin andItchie's one liner role really didn't cut up. Annabelle lacks anyspunk, as she had in the original. There are certain scenes and songsthat touched me. Such as "I Will Always Be With You". And the end scenewas sweet. I did approve of the Guardian Angel theme, while I didn'tagree that Earth would be better than Heaven. 3 out 10!
I seem to be one of the few people who consider All Dogs 2 a considerable improvement over Don Bluth's original. True, the animation is not up to the lush (perhaps _over_ - lush_ quality of the original, but the story is more coherent, the songs are better, and I just generally find it more appealing and easier to watch. Some parents (particularly religiously inclined ones) may have qualms with the depiction of heaven (i.e. it's for Ned Flanders types, and is so boring it makes an earthly life look very appealing), with Irish setter Sasha's nightclub scene (seemingly modelled on Jessica Rabbit's number from 'Who Framed RR' (it's also a highlight of the film), and with a few moments of dialogue which are definately not aimed at kids, but blink and you've missed them (which would be a shame, because they're rather funny)I'm giving this one 4 stars, because I'm sick of seeing it dismissed as a poor follow up to the original. Do avoid the All Dogs Christmas Carol though; that one really is a bit of a dud.
I liked the first All Dogs Go to Heaven movie, but the sequel was even better! Go Don Bluth! The characters, both old and new, were wonderful and the music was fantastic. I grew up watching both movies constantly and it is truly a beautiful work of art.
All Dogs go to Heaven was a quirky, funny movie; With good name talentwho'svoices lended an adult familiarity to a cartoon basicly for kids. It wasjust interesting enough to be likeable by adults aside from something goodfor the kids to watch.Unfortunately ADGTH2 is a valueless sequel trying to make a bit of cashrideing on the coattails of the first. Charlie Sheen is a passablereplacement for Burt Reynolds in this second movie and Sheena Easton'svoicein a few of the movies lovely but forgettable songs makes her a worthwhilepick as a co-star for this. Add Dom DeLuise from the first movie and you'dthink this would be a decent mix to make this sequel at least relativelydecent compared to the first one.Unfortunately even with the addition of other good voice actors such asBebeNeuwirth in the horrible role of Anabelle, this movie cannot be saved fromthe atrocious production values and animation skills (or lack thereof)present all over this movie. Horrible editing, syncronization of thevoices,and flat out spaces where characters mouths should be moving to dialougebutare not combine to make this movie look like a college interns animationproject instead of the decent sequel it could have been.All in all i'd say unless you were a very big fan of the first movie i'dgive this a very large PASS.
I might be going out on a limb, but I will say that I actually really enjoyed this sequel to the original Don Bluth classic. Now don't get me wrong, it is inferior to the original, but it's not bad like some people make it out to be. This is a very surprising review for me; not only am I giving a positive review to a kid's film, but I'm also writing a positive review for a sequel to a kid's film. I, like many of you have seen a large number of horrid sequels to these classic animated films (Atlantis - Milo's Return is still the worst sequel I've ever seen). However, this film is being unfairly criticized, and some people have had the audacity to ask the question; "Which is worse, this or The Secret of NIMH 2 - Timmy to the Rescue?" Now, I have seen Secret of Nimh 2, and it was a ghastly-bad film (But I intend to buy it and watch it again for a future review), and many decried it as an insult to the original classic, which it was. Don Bluth had nothing to do with sequel, but the team behind it created a perfectly serviceable and fun film, that is certainly worth a look.WHAT IT'S ABOUT: We start off in Heaven with a ceremony for most-improved angels, which of course Charlie Barkin doesn't get. Shortly after the ceremony, his old friend Itchy dies and makes his way into heaven. Before I go on, I was baffled with the timeline of this film. The first was set in 1939, while this one is set in the 90's, and Charlie died in the first one but Itchy didn't. If he died in 1939, then how did Itchy not die until the 90's? Were they reincarnated at some point that we failed to notice? Anyway, despite the gaping plot hole, let's move on. So after the awards ceremony, Carface (The dog mobster villain from the first film who somehow ended up in heaven) steals Gabriel's horn and drops down to Earth in San Francisco, where he drops it in mid-air and loses it. So Charlie and Itchy are sent down to San Francisco to retrieve the horn and Charlie sees it as a chance to have fun again, but they can't because they're ghosts, so Charlie can't drink and he can't talk to Sasha (The female dog he falls in love with) at the bar they're at. So they accidentally meet up with Carface at a bar and he takes them to Red (Who is the main villain in the film) where he fixes them with mysterious red collars which allows them to be in a physical form. So Charlie and Itchy go back to the bar where Sasha is, and their introduction isn't exactly the greatest, but they still decide to follow her home, where they meet David, a runaway boy/magician. Together, the group must find Gabriel's horn in time, otherwise Red will steal it and use it for evil purposes, and the group is taken on one crazy adventure.MUSIC: This film had pretty good music, and musical scenes in the film were generally good and rather catchy (Most sequels to animated films turn into torturous musicals, but this was clearly the exception). Not all the musical scenes were great, but I thought they were more well-written musicals than the first film's.ACTION: While this film is more action-packed than its predecessor, it pales in comparison to the first one because the storyline certainly isn't on par with the first one and doesn't make you feel for the characters emotionally like the first film. However, this film manages to overcome most of its shortcomings through a fun sense of humor and crazy action. The best thing about this film was that I was never bored (Though I was certainly never bored of the first film at all) and was constantly entertained throughout. If you're adult whose not too stuck up, you'll have fun with this as well as the kids will. This area excels despite story and emotional shortcomings.ACTING: I really liked these actors. They weren't quite on par with the actors in the first film (Minus Dom DeLuise who reprises his role as Itchy in this film and he's still just as good). However, I would have to say I liked Charlie Sheen better as Charlie (But Burt Reynolds was still good in the first film). But Sheena Easton as Sasha was somewhat iffy and I wasn't entirely fond of her performance, nor Ernest Borgnine's performance as Carface (The original actor for him in the first film was so much better). But, the rest of the actors are pretty good, especially considering this is a sequel. For the most part, this area is very good, but it does need a few areas to be fixed.OVERALL: If you loved the first film, and you don't set your standards too high, then you'll like All Dogs Go To Heaven 2. It was solid and very good, and should have no problem entertaining kids or adults. However, this sequel is more tame than its predecessor, and the story wasn't as remarkable as the first film's mafia/revenge/redemption/friendship storyline. This film's only moral teaching is of friendship, and while it still works, it wasn't as effective as the redemption/friendship morals of the first film. I was satisfied with this sequel, and I'm willing to defend it because it is not a bad sequel.THE GOOD: Good acting, good music, plenty of crazy action moments, and solid moral teachings of friendship.THE BAD: The storyline has plot holes, two actors aren't very good, and the story isn't as remarkable.
ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN 2 IS A GOOD MOVIE. THOSE 2 DOGS WERE A TRIP. I WISH I HAD THE TAPE. MY 3 NIECES WOULD LOVE TO SEE IT. GOOD WORK CHARLIE SHEEN.