All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (1996)

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Charlie and Itchy return to Earth to find Gabriel's Horn, but along the way meet up with a young boy named David, who ran away from home.


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20 April 2011 | Criticman12
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| Not as great as the original, but it's still a decent sequel
When the Don Bluth animated classic, "All Dogs Go To Heaven", was released, it did an okay job at the box-office and became a classic.

There has been some sequel's to Don Bluth's movies and most of them were terrible (Secret Of Nimh 2 for Example). But in 1996, MGM studios released a sequel to the original called, "All Dogs Go To Heaven 2". It did a bad job at the Box-Office and got a lot of negative review's from critics and fans of the original. But for me, I thought it was a decent sequel.

The movie had some good animation even though it wasn't as good as the first one, it had some nice voice acting from Charlie Sheen, Sheena Easton, and it had Dom DeLuise returning as his character from the first one. The song's were also not that bad, even though I didn't care for, "Count Me Out" and "On Easy Street".

Beside's the fact that I didn't like the song's, "Count Me Out" and "On Easy Street", I also thought the villain, Red, was weak and the story wasn't that good. The story was okay, but I wish it had Charlie and Itchy seeing Anne-Marie again.

"All Dogs Go To Heaven", is not a bad sequel but it's not as great as the original. If you're a fan of the original, then this film is not for you. If you're someone looking for a good animated film for your kids to watch, I recommend renting the original and this one.

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Trivia

Despite being a sequel to the original film directed by Don Bluth, the film can be noted for having several contradictions from its predecessor: *In contrast to the previous film, where it took place in the year 1939 in Louisiana, this film takes place in the year 1995 in San Francisco, 56 years after the first film. *Instead of Charlie not being the character he developed into at the end of the first film, he is once again the self-absorbed and careless dog that he was before meeting Anne-Marie. It is very likely that this film, its sequel tv show and film, are complete alternates from the first film, and from one another.


Quotes

Carface: Boss, uh...
Red: Something happened. What's wrong?
Carface: You'll have the item today, just like we agreed. It's as good as in your hands. Nothing can go wrong!
Red: You contemptible canine!
Carface: Don't call me canine!
Carface: Do you know the meaning of patience?
Red: Silence! As long as ...
Carface: ...


Goofs

When Charlie is in the bar talking to Carface, Charlie is only wearing a collar for one shot.


Alternate Versions

The VHS and DVD releases contain a brief error. The error is that when Itchy runs after getting scared by Carface with a mask, the brief clip of Itchy screaming is repeated (making him sound like a monkey screeching). However, the error is fixed on the Blu-ray release, correcting the scene where Itchy runs from Carface with a mask after getting scared without the repeated clip.


Soundtracks

On Easy Street
Music and Lyrics by
Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil
Produced by Mark Watters and Barry Mann
Performed by Jesse Corti, Adam Wylie, and Dom DeLuise

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Animation | Adventure | Family | Fantasy | Romance

Details

Release Date:

29 March 1996

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA, Ireland

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$2,256,118 31 March 1996

Gross USA:

$8,620,678

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$8,620,678

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