G | Video | | Animation, Adventure, Family
Simba's daughter is the key to a resolution of a bitter feud between Simba's pride and the outcast pride led by the mate of Scar.
Vitani is one of the few if only cubs who are actually obedient to their parents and does not appear to have a headstrong side, unlike Nuka (who neglects his mother's orders to watch over Kovu), Kovu (who promptly leaves the Outlands into a place he's not allowed), Kiara (who does the exact same thing), and Simba (who deliberately disobeys his father to check out the Elephant Graveyard). Vitani appears to be totally devoted to her mother's plot, until the final moments of the film. The second cub to act obediently to their parents is Kion, as in "The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar", Kion was reluctant to enter the Outlands, hinting that he was informed by Simba of the dangers there.
Ah, Pumba. Look at that little guy! A chip off the old block. And you gotta know who's gonna raise him.
Pumbaa: His parents?
Timon: Okay, sure. Get technical. But who's gonna teach him the real important stuff? Like how to belch.
Timon: And dig for grubs. I'm telling you...
(at around 2 mins) Rafiki paints a spot on baby Kiara's head, the camera pans to Timon and Pumbaa then pans back to Rafiki when he says "it is a girl" Kiara's spot is missing.
At one point in the credits it says, "This film would not have been possible without the inspiration from the original motion picture and the work of its talented artists and animators.", and dedication appears. This feature copying from Pocahontas II (1998) during their credits.
When Kovu begins to run away from the crocodiles, Kiara shouts, "What about me?!" Originally, he said, "You gotta take care of yourself!" Now he says "I'll distract 'em! Run!"
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