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Plot: In this midquel to The Fox and the Hound (1981), Copper the hound dog, here still just a pup, joins a canine music band, and spends less and less time with his best friend Tod the fox. Is their friendship in danger? Runtime: 69 mins Release Date: 12 Dec 2006
I love this movie I have the first one cause this is like my favorite movie in the whole wide world and when I found out that there was a second one I begged my parents to get it for me for Christmas but they said that they were done there shopping but when Christmas came and I opened the gifts there it was the fox and the hound 2....Ive watch the movie like 20 times I cant get enough of this movie at all I love the music in it I want to get the soundtrack does anybody know when its coming out....Anyways in the movie Reba she is soooo funny I love her so much I watch her show Reba all the <more>
time I have all 4 of them and cant wait till the 5th one comes out.....anyways Love the movie I hope there will be another one about when they are older...
I only have one thing to say. Wow! The film blew me away just like that. Firstly, the story is very possible, because it might have happened before Copper went to train and then grow up. The story is about Copper meeting one singing stray band and finding about his talent that he can sing. In this midquel the friendship between Copper and Tod is put on test again. I'm very pleased with the voice cast. Not single one character felt one dimensional. Dixie is my favourite character because when she has fight with the Cash the leading band dog , she is very, very funny. Secondly, the <more>
animation is very good! It's bright, crisp and fluid and looks expensive, not cheap at all. Finally, we come to music. The music and songs are simply amazing, starting from band songs to Dixie's single! To sum it all up, this movie has good story, good animation, funny humour, very likable characters and finally super music score. See it, you won't be disappointed. I give it 9/10, but I would like if Disney didn't put number 2 in title as this is midquel, not a sequel.
For once I was expecting total disappointment and got better than I ever would have hoped for. Yes, this is a "mid-quel," but once you've seen the incredible first you can sort of imagine where these events might fit in. This has its own climax and all, but the plot fits within the original's parameters. It might not make 100% sense, but to go back and do something like this is pretty tough. It's all right.So, what's good about The Fox and the Hound 2? Much more than anyone expects. First, the obvious animation. It, and the scenery, are wonderful. Bright, bold, <more>
shiny, fresh colors, detailed and true-to-the-first backdrops. Very expressive characters who are just delightful to watch--the way the dogs move is fantastic and well done. As to the country music, even if you're not normally a fan, there is nothing to dislike about the movie's songs. Particularly "Good Doggie, No Bone." Great song. Like "Streets of Gold," it's sung to a young animal to educate them about something it's really about herself, and what she's learned the hard way. And ain't that what life is, though? "It's all, 'Good doggie,' but no bone!" They're nicely done by stars from the heart of country music, as explained on the DVD bonus feature.And the story? Surprisingly great too; good dialogue, witty and humorous bits, good character development. None, or very little of, the usual sequel hokeyness and cheese I'd anticipated. The story of the county fair and aspiring Singin' Strays band is actually very believable. There are so many highlights it's hard to remember them all, but the scene near the end, in which the group performs for a jolly talent scout outside a quaint, old-fashioned diner comes to mind for one. The setting just helps to make the story work; that little diner is so cute, and so perfect for the scene. Same with the design of the Strays' trailer and its 'woman's touch' from Dixie.I'm still dismayed to see sneak peeks for Cinderella 3 and The Little Mermaid 3 on the DVD, but at least this movie gives me hope that somebody still may know what they're doing making these sequels. Then again, this movie was almost tailored directly to me. More than anything I am a sucker for singing and dancing dogs: show me a film centered around that, and you've got me. I like to imagine a world where everyone's a dog and there are musicians along the lines of the Singin' Strays anyway, but even without such a love for this type of thing, you can appreciate the movie. It stands well enough on its own. But I'm saving the best parts for last.Yes, it's pretty original; far from perfect, of course, but I won't run down all of the weaker points because as with any sequel, there are many. However, they don't drag down the big picture. Tod and Copper are naturally your young and precious main characters, but Chief, Widow Tweed and Amos Slade haven't been left out--or ruined, either. Chief is especially well animated and a good source of humor. The one character, though, who in my opinion really makes the movie great--in fact she makes the movie--is Dixie. When I first saw her and Cash on the cover, my impression was: 'OMG! It's Dodger and Rita from 'Oliver and Company' redone!' Because Cash's bandanna HAS to be an homage to Dodger. And Dixie has that same sort of look as Rita which is my favorite 'look' in the world and when I see such a character, it's instant Favorite --seriously, she's her cover-art twin. Well, turns out Dixie is something like the country cousin of Sasha LaFleur, another sequel-starring performer and Rita-type. A force to be reckoned with and of course the love interest of Cash, she's the most interesting character and thanks to being in show business, the road is rough for her and Cash . Visually Dixie is an amazing character to watch; the way they made her move and dance just perfectly captures how you'd want to do it if you were her. She steals every scene she's in and I'm glad she's such a central character. Her song is probably the best part of the film. In fact, this movie probably should have been a separate, Singin Strays-centric non-sequel. So to wrap up, this movie basically blew me away--two thumbs up just for stunning me.
Way better than I had expected. (by twilightfox_x)
I admit, once I saw the trailer for The Fox and the Hound 2, I thought it was just going to be yet another Disney sequel that completely butchers the original...how wrong I was. The Fox and the Hound 2 is funny as hell and well worth the money. The animation is crisp and clear and the voices are top notch. I even enjoyed the country songs throughout the movie my favorite being "Good Doggie; No Bone" and country is one of the genres of music that I hate! The plot is Copper can't seem to find anything that he is good at and Tod suggests that he joins the Singing Strays a band <more>
of stray dogs and the local fair. However, Copper's new position with the band soon gets in the way with his friendship with Tod. I'm not going to spoil the rest, so you'll just have to see the rest yourself. The only thing that troubled me about TFATH2 was that some of the human characters are really, really annoying take that little red-haired girl for example. But fortunately, most of them don't appear that often. Also, this sequel is a lot less "darker" than the original, with the ending being much more happier instead of bittersweet, like the original had done. Another thing is that the sequel doesn't leave the audience with a moral like the first TFATH had done, but still, it makes up for all that by being a warm-hearted comedy sequel. If you enjoyed the original TFATH, then I'm sure you'll enjoy TFATH2.
If you're looking for a sequel to the original movie, this is not it! The original fox and the hound was very dark and always left me feeling sad. My little 2 year old boy wanted to watch fox and the hound and this came with the dvd. I put it on, not sure what to expect! I was very surprised! It's got the adorable loveable characters, but completely lighthearted and fun! There is music, laughter, and feel good moments throughout. No extreme heartbreaking drama...just a fun movie with great music and adorable playful plot. Perfect for the under 5 crowd!
Surprisingly good! (by Ely-girl)
This movie was surprisingly nice and heart-warming! At first I wasn't sure on the idea of watching a sequel but it turned out to be great! Plot line - Copper and Todd are still best friends and are always getting into mischief but it seems as if Copper is no good at anything -especially hunting! His luck quickly changes when he joins a band with the singing stays! Unfortunately Copper soon seems to have no time for Todd and it strongly affects there friendship.This film was excellent in every way and most of the characters had a good sense of humour! The songs such as Friends For Life , <more>
blue beyond hound dude and We're In Harmony were very well done! Hound dude was my favourite! Even though this film is new the characters seemed to have there same voices just as they did in the old film! The animation was wonderful and just as before the film has all your favourite characters . E.G. Chief! The only thing I did notice about this film is that Big Momma mummy! wasn't in it but that really doesn't bother me! I recommend this film to everyone who likes the fox and the hound! They are both brilliant!
Actually, this film was more fun to watch than the original, which was very slow at times. This new feature, Fox and the Hound 2, with the exception of one very clunker-song, "Hound Dudes" was very good. It deserved a theatrical release, really, instead of the being dumped into the direct-to-video market. Reba McEntire was just as funny in this film as she was playing Heather Gummer, the gun-crazy wife of Burt Gummer in Tremmors. And Jeff Foxworthy Lyle did a good job as well. Buy this movie and add it to your Disney collection. It's much better than all those other "part <more>
two's" we've been made to suffer through from Disney Lady/Tramp2, Hunchback2, Mermaid2, and so on...
If you're looking for a light-hearted, cute animated movie to enjoy with your family or just by yourself, I would recommend giving this prequel a try. While I am more of a fan of the original Fox and The Hound movie which I highly recommend , it still made me smile and feel warm and fuzzy inside. The animation was mostly good and better than many sequel direct-to-video animated movie releases Balto sequels, I'm looking at you . It was not without it's flaws, however; at times I found the CGI with the ferris wheel and vehicles to be a touch jarring in comparison to the <more>
traditional animation. Likewise I think they did a decent job in the voice acting department with the original characters sounding relatively close moreso for Todd and Copper enough to what they sounded like in the original movie.