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Balto 2: Wolf Quest (Bilingual)

Maurice LaMarche    G (General Audience)   DVD
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
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As if becoming a new father isn't enough, Balto the half-wolf is puzzled by a recurring nightmare involving a treacherous journey, some threatening characters, and plenty of unanswered questions. Chalk it up to parenthood: nightmare turns into reality when the last of his litter, whom no human will adopt, learns the devastating truth about her mixed heritage and embarks on a dangerous Wolf Quest, with papa Balto hot on her trail. The result is 75 minutes of engrossing action, beautifully integrated songs, well-timed humor, polished animation, and a refreshing tendency to surprise rather than shock. As thoughtfully composed as the original Balto (based on the true story of a heroic Alaskan sled dog), this made-for-video sequel promises to be a deeply satisfying selection for families with 3- to 8-year-olds. --Liane Thomas

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A True American Hero Returns - In A Breathtaking New Quest As Big As The Wild, Untamed North! This Action-Packed, Feature-Length Sequel To The Original Balto Is A Brilliantly Animated Adventure Your Whole Family Will Want To Share Again And Again! Part Hu

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5.0 out of 5 stars Good movie May 5 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I like my purchase. I receive it in no time (about three or four days). It is a good movie. Thanks.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Um yeah....no. Dec 16 2003
By Ronska
Why do these companies insist on copying Disney's stupid idea to make OVA sequals to all of their best(and worst) movies. The original Balto was a great and wonderful feature that told a true story and held its self well enough on its own. What I don't understand is why they felt they had to tarnish the film's reputation with cheesy animation, bad voice acting, rediculous diologue, and bad musical numbers. That's right, Universal went and added one song sequence after another with this mess of a film. If you like cheaply made sequels to great films then you'll enjoy this one. But if you want to see a better movie, watch anything else.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Yuck April 29 2004
By A Customer
If you liked the first movie (or even if you didn't) then you'll hate this one. The script, plot, and music are all terrible. About the only thing you'll enjoy is Disney's classic animation.
It looks like the storywriters were trying to write the "New Age Gospel" for kids and decided to use Balto and his daughter as the missionaries. If you're gonna do that at least give it a decent plot. Example: That little mouse that sings a song -- and a poorly-written song at that. It's entirely new-age-ish and doesn't really help the plot along at all.
Where the first movie was based on a true story, this one doesn't contain one scrap of truth. While that's okay for a film, it sure is a disappointment to those of us expecting a true extension to the story.
If your local library has a copy, maybe that's worth looking it, but don't waste your money. Buy the first movie instead.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great sequel Nov. 29 2003
By A Customer
I've loved the first Balto movie when I first saw it, and I still do. When I saw the previews for "Balto II: Wolf Quest" I couldn't wait to see it, and when I finally saw it the day it came out I loved it! :) It was a bittersweet movie, and I thought it was better then most direct-to-video sequels. I loved the plot, the songs, the charactors...everything. Everything except the charactor animation and Balto & Jenna's voices. I liked Kevin Bacon and Bridget Fonda better. All in all, I loved Balto II: Wolf Quest, and I give it 5 stars and 2 paws up! lol :)
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1.0 out of 5 stars The movie that ruined my life...well, almost. Sept. 16 2003
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
Balto (the original) was my favourite movie ever and still is (even though now I'm twelve) and I don't care who knows it. I was always hoping for a sequel, then they go make this terrible movie. The original was all possible (minus the talking animals) but this one-nightmares, a wolf goddess, vanishing animals- is nothing of the sort. The plot is easy to follow but generally sucks, the villian appears halfway through and the ending is terrible: the first part is slightly sad and leaves two wolves with ruined lives and Balto with a daughter... well, I've said too much, just in case you do want to watch this for some reason. The second part of the ending counteracts the message of the first one:anyone can be a hero. Balto's mother isn't just some random wolf, she's... well, suffice it to say that Balto is descended from someone very special, so it seems you do need a pedigree to help someone. Balto's voice has changed and everyone looks terrible. Don't buy this. Don't rent this. Don't ever watch this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good Movie Sept. 8 2003
Format:VHS Tape
I really like this one. Good story. Good music... I also like how it incorporates American Indian Animal Spirit Guides. From what I can tell, these are accurate, although vaguely described. I do wish they could have found a way to incorporate something about Dog (Loyalty) and Wolf (Teacher, Pathfinder) though.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nowhere as good as the original, but still fun Aug. 21 2003
For those of you who are offended by the 'humanistic' and 'naturalistic' content of this film, please get a life. Respect for nature does not equal evil, and if you want to pick, then watch it WITH your children and guide them. That's what parents are supposed to do.
That having been said, The movie's plot IS cookiecutter, the animation was good for a D2V sequel, and the color scheme for the characters was wrong. For example, Balto's eyes changed color between the first film and now. Who knows why?
The original voice cast was almost all unavailable for the sequel, each person being involved in various other projects, which is why most of them didn't come back. As for others, maybe they know that D2V sequels in general are lower quality and didn't want their name associated with it?
Overall, I was pleased, but that's because I tend to read things into movies that they lack, and so I don't find them as lacking. I'm nuts. :)
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1.0 out of 5 stars disappointing sequel July 21 2003
The original Balto was a great film and is very worth seeing - a great story making for a superb family film. The sequel is anything but worth the time or money. Poor animation is the least of the trouble. It is silly propoganda of the worst sort. Even for one who cares about the earth and her inhabitants - this film is pitifully manipulative, poorly written, and an insult to its prequel. Skip it!
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