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101 Dalmatians (Widescreen) & 102 Dalmatians (Full Screen) - 2 Pack
101 Dalmatians 102 Dalmatians - 2 Pack
Actors: Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels, Gérard Depardieu, Joely Richardson, Joan Plowright
Directors: Kevin Lima, Stephen Herek
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family
G     2001     3hr 23min

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Actors: Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels, Gérard Depardieu, Joely Richardson, Joan Plowright
Directors: Kevin Lima, Stephen Herek
Creators: Bob Tzudiker, Brian Regan, Dodie Smith, John Hughes, Kristen Buckley, Noni White
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, John Hughes, 7-9 Years, 10-12 Years, Family Films
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen,Widescreen - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 04/03/2001
Original Release Date: 11/22/2000
Theatrical Release Date: 11/22/2000
Release Year: 2001
Run Time: 3hr 23min
Screens: Color,Full Screen,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 15
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: G (General Audience)
Languages: English, Spanish

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Movie Reviews

A spiffy remake paired with it's competent sequel
J. Collins | 06/25/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I'm still not completely sold on the 'necessity' of the live-action 101 Dalmations, but in deference to millions of other Disney fans, I'll admit the first romp with Glenn Close was nicely done. Like anyone old enough to remember seeing the animated version as a kid, I had a few melancholy moments watching the remake, noticing bits that had been updated or altered to make the story more contempo.Making Cruella (or more precisely, Glenn Close) the star of the remake suited Disney and moviegoers just fine, but I think her casting tips the balance of the story toward spectacle. The improved animation with CGI tips it even further, although it's hard to fault the production for using the best modern tech. I guess it's all part and parcel of trying to make a twentysomething film palatable to a modern audience. In my opinion, the original film has less visual dazzle but a lot more character as a whole.As for buying this twofer instead of just one of the's completely a matter of personal tastes. If Glenn Close was one of your biggest reasons for enjoying 101 Dalmations, the sequel is probably a must-view. The movie is almost entirely hers, as Cruella is given the lion's share of characterization and screen time. The supporting cast is affably anonymous, with the exception of Gerard Depardieu, who must have sold his soul to Disney to get stuck in such an apalling role. (Gratuitous humiliation: Gerard's Van Pelt winds up face-first in a toilet.) If you found yourself slightly disappointed by aspects of the 101 remake (like the fact that the dogs didn't talk any more), the sequel isn't likely to improve your opinion (even though you'll get a talking cockatiel with the voice of Monty Python's Terry Gilliam).This DVD set has the usual Disney extras, at least for modern releases, so you can expect subtitles, some "making of" docu-footage and (drumroll please)... a garsh-honest DELETED SCENE from 102. (In it, Cruella is released from prison...but don't blink 'cause it's a short segment.) Put these bonuses together with the features and you have, IMO, a little four star bundle of entertainment to enjoy. (My personal rating for this package is about 3 stars, but I've adjusted my final rating to reflect the belief that most young kids will love these films in all their live-action spectacle.)J"
A woof and a wimper
Joseph Mattaino | Winchester, Virginia United States | 10/18/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"In recent decades a new technology was made. A technology to make animals talk. No, animals did not REALLY talk. Movie producers used computers to make their mouths move to make it SEEM like they were talking. Then, like cartoons, the actors would be the "voice" of the animal.

What a fascinating technology! It was done in the movie "Babe". Babe the pig talked beautifully. It was done on "Incredible Journey". The technology made "Dr. Doolittle" with Eddie Murphy look so fine!

Now we have the remake of 101 Dalmatians, a cartoon where the dogs were the stars of the movie. They all talked and all had wonderful unique characters all their own.

.....So why the heck didn't Disney use the same technology in this movie as they used in all the others? Why did NOT want to make those dogs talk?

Not only does this make the movie less interesting to watch but it mutilate the integrity of the movie as well. The dogs themselves were supposed to be the stars of the movie, not the humans. The animals THEMSELVES were supposed to rescue the puppies, not Scotland Yard.

Talk about taking the ice cream out of the ice cream cone!

Well, there IS one bright spot to the movie. Glenn Close DID do an excellent job as Cruella Di Vil. Although if the dogs only talked her character would have been even more funny she still stood out. She is the reason to see the movie.

... and it's nice to see Hugh Laurie again on the big screen.