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Actors: Daveigh Chase, Tia Carrere, Kevin McDonald, Kevin Michael Richardson, David Ogden Stiers
Directors: Roberts Gannaway, Tony Craig
Genres: Action & Adventure, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Animation
Here comes trouble! The adventure never stops as Lilo and Stitch face the challenge of their lives in Disney's hilarious, all-new movie LEROY & STITCH. As a reward for rounding up all 625 experiments, Lilo, Stitch, Jumba, ... more »
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Marla W. (disneyprincess) from MARSHFIELD, MA
Reviewed on 2/12/2010...
Very enjoyable addition to the Lilo and Stitch movie series. It takes place after the TV series. Very cute. The disc also contains a bonus episode of the Lilo and Stitch TV series, which was cute too.
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Surprisingly Good Sequel
J. Conn | Pittsburgh, PA United States | 06/25/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"After being seriously disappointed by the Little Mermaid 2 and Mulan 2, I was skeptical about this sequel. What a pleasant surprise it turned out to be! Also, I didn't watch the series, and was still easily able to pick up what had happened since the last movie.
Unlike some other sequels, it sounds like the original cast is back in its entirety. There is an actual plot, engaging and funny, and it fits well into the feel of the original. My almost-11-month-old actually watched a good part of it, and we both enjoyed it. I'll get this one. It's better than Stitch Has a Glitch, on-par with the first movie.
The extras include a game I didn't try and a bonus episode of the series."
A Great Farewell To The Series
Mike Schorn | APO, AE United States | 09/07/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you're a fan of the "Lilo & Stitch" franchise, as I am, it'll be with some sadness that you'll watch this film, knowing that it marks the end of "Lilo & Stitch: The Series", and the supposed end to the entire L&S franchise.
This should, however, not divert you from enjoying the film, which goes a considerable distance to sending off its base, considerably.
Being presented in the animation of "The Series" and "Stitch! The Movie", and with the voices of Daveigh Chase and Chris Sanders intact, "Leroy & Stitch" tells the story of Lilo's alien companions, following an official pardon, leaving Earth to lead lives of their own on different planets (Jumba returns to his lab, Pleakley is employed at a university, and Stitch is made commander of the BRB - Big Red Battleship), while Dr. Hämsterviel, with the help of Gantu, escapes prison and manufactures an army of a new Experiment (a prototype of Jumba's; essentially, an upgraded Stitch).
Employing all of the characters featured throughout films and Series (including the Grand Council Woman and all of the Experiments), the film moves to give a climatic send-off to The Series by presenting an all-or-nothing scenario, and a Hämsterviel reaching his pinnacle of nastiness.
Though the title seems to imply it, the film by no means excludes Lilo, or diminishes her role as a main character. Stitch's dialougue, however, which has often been one of the prime sources of amusement in the past, seems diminished, with him giving less monologue than in any of the other films. Likewise, this film relies a bit annoyingly on 3D animation when it comes to spaceships.
In return, however, fans are treated to the first true "fight scene" of the franchise, between Stitch and Leroy battling it out in Jumba's lab. Another personal favorite of mine includes the climatic musical performance of "Aloha Oe", and the full induction of 625 as an essential character.
Shortly said, it's a fun film, climatic to The Series and worthy send-off, if that's what it is. It still isn't equal to the original "Lilo & Stitch" or "L&S2", but it enunciates on the potential of The Series, and manages to pull off a good film. Fans should definitely get their hands on it."
Isn't the original, but a good movie none the less
Lizz A. Belle | North Bend, OR United States | 07/02/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I loved the original Lilo and Stitch, it's my favorite Disney movie of all time. I thought Stitch! the Movie was disappointing, but I think Disney recovered with Stitch has a Glitch and now Leroy and Stitch. I loved how we got to see all the experiments together, and that they banded together against the evil armies of Leroys. I was also pleased that 625 finally got a name, because he has been a staple since Stitch! the Movie. The original Lilo and Stitch will always be my favorite, but Leroy and Stitch was a surprising sequel that makes a great addition to any Disney library. A good family movie to watch over and over on a rainy day!"