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D2: The Mighty Ducks


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  • Actors: Emilio Estevez, Aaron Lohr, Brandon Adams, Carsten Norgaard, Colombe Jacobsen
  • Directors: Sam Weisman
  • Writers: Steven Brill
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Sept. 3 2002
  • Run Time: 107 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000068QPO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #24,971 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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"Duck Power triumphs again!" (American Movie Classics) when everyone's favorite peewee hockey team returns to the ice for more slapshot action and slapstick laughter! The Mighty Ducks are thrilled to be chosen to compete in the Junior Goodwill Games as Team USA. They'll be facing off against the best teams from all over the world -- including the meanest team that ever sliced up the ice! Are they out of their league? Has Coach Bombay (Emilio Estevez) let the big time go to his head, forgetting that it's just a game? But when a street hockey gang teaches the Ducks to get tough, the Coach remembers how to have fun ... and the Ducks show the world the true meaning of Duck Power!

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This follow-up to the surprise Disney hit about a hockey team of misfits brings Emilio Estevez back to the role of the kids' yuppie coach. This time, Estevez assimilates his Ducks into the higher-stakes Team USA in the Junior Goodwill Games, an opportunity that could bring fame and money. Entirely perfunctory, this sequel is basically an excuse to revisit the eccentricities of some of the younger characters, extend some of their conflicts into adolescence, and showcase their allegedly entertaining but ethically dubious abilities on the ice. Estevez is okay, but even he had enough after this movie. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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this movie rules cause it reminds me of my fun childhood where i did nothing but eat mcdonalds and watch disney movies like this. i like when they goto LA and they meet the new crew of badass 14 year old hockey players. and that one kid gets a friend and mr. bigglesworth ahhaha calls them the smash brothers. the icelands guys are scary but the assistant coach is hot. thats why gordon bombay AKA emilio estevez went to eat ice cream with her but the smash brothers saw him and they got mad. she was like greenland is full of ice and iceland is very nice. thats her line in the whole damn movie.
i like the cowboy kid from texas who has the rope on a DAMN HOCKEY RINK for some reason. and he doesnt know how to say rodeo drive in beverly hills. and then golberg says he's tori spellings cousin so he goes into this expensive store and gets all the models to wear clothes for him cause he says its for his mother. but then he says how about bikinis and the lady throws them out.
charlie is a downer in this movie. not like d1 where hes this cool kid, or liek in d3 where he meets the girl at his new school and hes like i love pizza and Slayer (yes the metal band) and i dont smoke. o my god thats so annoying give me more golberg scenes.
best part though is when team USA plays the ghetto kid from good burger and kenan n kel. and the goals are trash cans and they play on top of a building. i had no idea ghetto LA had a street hockey scene. and they he shows them the knuckle puck and all the team USA kids are like 'no way man!' and then some team USA kid tells kenan's bro that kenan has a big mouth and he looks at him and hes like 'ya he does have a big mouth doesnt he'.
this movie is a classic. i loved and still love every minute of it.
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By Lee Neville on March 21 2003
Format: DVD
Released in 1994, D2 THE MIGHTY DUCKS is the first sequel to THE MIGHTY DUCKS. Continuing the story of the young Ice Hockey team and their coach Gordan Bombay (Emilio Estevez), we now have the team representing the USA at the Junior Goodwill Games as Team USA. Their main rivals this time round are the Iceland team. Along with the fun and mayhem that the Ducks cause during their time in Beverly Hills where the games are played, we have Gordon Bombay caught up in the success that he is currently having. You see, Team USA have a corporate sponsor who wants coach Bombay to do a lot of publicity, thus affecting his time with the Ducks. However by the end of the movie he learns that he needs to standby the Ducks in order for them to win and be Champions at the games.
Initially we are reintroduced to some of the teenagers from the first movie. It is here that we discover who from the first film is not returning. Lucky for us we meet some new members of the team, and they are a lot more interesting than the ones who are missing. Of the newcomers, one is a goalie who can save virtually every shot made at her; another is extremely big and strong (but gets a little too carried away sometimes); another is a cowboy who uses a rope to round up players; one is a fantastic skater; and one is extremely fast, only problem is once he starts he has a real problem with stopping. All these new players greatly add to the fun of D2 THE MIGHTY DUCKS.
As with many sports movies there is a lot of inspiration and this comes from the script, the dedicated acting and directing, and from the music which though repetitive is catchy and very awe-inspiring.
All three of the Mighty Ducks movies are awe-inspiring and it just depends on your personal preference as to which one is the best.
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By Caitlin on May 20 2002
Format: VHS Tape
I thought that D2 was a good movie, although some of the parts seemed to be unrealistic, and some main characters from The Mighty Ducks were missing. I missed Hans, though I did really like his "replacement". One of the bigger missing characters, I thought, was Ms. Conway, Charlie's mother. I think that if you're going to introduce a sort-of-main character in the first movie, you should stick with it in the second.
In D2, the Ducks get accepted into the Goodwill Olymipic Games. They get some new players who they aren't getting along with to well in the beginning, but who they sort their differences out with. In the Olympics, they go up against teams from all over the world, but with none are they so competetive than with the favored-to-win team, Iceland.
The coach of the Iceland team is sort of like Coach Riley in D1, but is, I think, more extreme. Coach Bombay has kind of the same "screw up" that he had in D1, but another old man, who is filling Hans' place in his hockey store when the owner is absent, helps Bombay sort things out.
In the end of the movie, Iceland and the U.S are set up in the big final game. Who wins? Well, I can't tell, but it's a great ending.
Summing up, I think that D2 was better than D3, but not as good as The Mighty Ducks.
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I think D2: THE MIGHTY DUCKS is definitely the best film out of the whole series. I mean, the original and D3 were great, but this one is definitely #1! Bombay and the Ducks are back and this time, they have been asked to represent the USA hockey team for the Junior Winter/Summer Olympics held in L.A.! They also get some new teammates, as well, and they are all from different states in the country. At first, the Ducks and the new players can't seem to get along. But of course, soon they become fast friends.
When they get to the Olympics, they face their biggest rival team - last year's championship team from Iceland. They are tough, bigger, faster, and much more competive, especially their coach. The USA team does very well in the beginning, but then they loose to the Iceland team bad. Soon, all Coach Bombay cares about is winning - and the USA team can't stand that! So when they take a day off, they meet up with these street hockey kids who teach them how to really play hockey and what it really takes to be a team. And their spirits suddenly start to grow, especially after Coach Bombay apologizes to them for acting like such a jerk. Finally, it is the championships and they have to face Iceland once again. Do they win? Why, of course!
D2 is much more hilarious than the first, and the kids play more practical jokes and tricks. The hockey games are excellent, even though of course probably most of the hockey players you see on the ice are stunt doubles. Still, a great movie and a must see and a must have if you own and loved the first one! The Quack Attack is back and better than ever!
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