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Atlantis: Milo's Return (Bilingual)

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  • Actors: James Taylor, Cree Summer, John Mahoney, Jacqueline Obradors, Don Novello
  • Directors: Tad Stones, Toby Shelton, Victor A. Cook
  • Writers: Tad Stones, Henry Gilroy, Kevin Hopps, Marty Isenberg, Stephen Englehart
  • Format: Widescreen, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Dolby
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: May 20 2003
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000089G5O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,093 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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The fearless explorers from Disney's hit animated movie ATLANTIS: THE LOST EMPIRE are back. During his initial expedition, Milo Thatch and company located the famous underwater city and rescued the mysterious kingdom and all its people. Now Milo, Kida, and their crew gear up for more action. The team must leave Atlantis when trouble surfaces above water and they discover mystifying powers at work. From the dusty deserts of the Southwest to the icy heights of the Nordic mountains, the team's newest quest sets them against gigantic sea monsters, spectacular spirits, and powerful legends. In the midst of their excursion, Kida discovers the awesome power of her city's enchanted crystals and, ultimately, must decide whether it is wiser to hide the Heart of Atlantis or share its light with the rest of the world. Climb aboard and get ready to experience a world of "heartwarming fun for the entire family" (Sandie Newton, CBS).


Like Disney's animated Atlantis: The Lost Empire, its sequel, Milo's Return, is an Indiana Jones for the younger set. Bespectacled Milo Thatch (James Arnold Taylor taking over from Michael J. Fox) is back in this made-for-video release, helping to rebuild Atlantis alongside new sweetheart Queen Kida, but all is not so calm in the outside world. A giant octopus-like creature, the Kraken, is terrorizing a local village, so Milo, Kida, and the rest head out--Scoobie-style--to make things right. Once that problem has been solved, they're off to the Southwest to tame a passel of wild sand coyotes and then to Antarctica to battle a 100-foot ice monster. Milo's Return is a series of loosely linked adventures drawing on a variety of mythologies, including Native American and Norse, that doesn't always have much to do with the original movie, but is always lively and entertaining. (Ages 8 and older) --Kathleen C. Fennessy

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I don't expect much from Disney's straight-to-video sequels, but this one has simply got to be the worst of them all. First off, this film has absolutely NOTHING to do with the city of Atlantis. Instead, it focuses on three separate and unrelated "mysteries" that have an eerie resemblance to episodes of Scooby Doo. All the characters return and Kida decides to see what it's like on the surface. She's supposed to go and help, but all she does is dally around being stupid. Her involvement has nothing to do with the movie until the end. This movie is only a mere 80-minutes, but after the first 45, I was ready for this film to end.
Bottom line, it's hard to believe that the writers at Disney Television can lack the imagination and creativity to make a movie that's even a little bit worthwhile. I seriously could've come up with a better story....one that's about Atlantis! Avoid this at all costs!!
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i have to say,i was really disappointed in this follow up to Atlantis:The Lost Empire.it's not actually a movie,but three short stories involving the main character from the first one Milo Thatch,with some of the other characters returning.this time off,Michael J. Fox doesn't portray the voice of Milo,and that's just one of the problems.there's so much that's not good with this direct to video installment.i didn't think any of the the stories was very good.in fact i found them boring with no depth and mostly pointless.a lot of them didn't make sense.i swear,even the characters sounded uninterested,like they would rather be somewhere else.i got the impression that this movie was just made to capitalize on the success of the first one.there doesn't appear as if much though went into any aspect of this thing.i found the animation sloppy.the characters are not well defined physically.the backgrounds and foregrounds in the movie have very little definition.there's wasn't really much point to this thing,that i could see.i didn't think it had any of the warmth or charm of the first one.anyway,for me this movie doesn't even rate 1/5.it rates 0
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In "Atlantis II: Milo's Return" we are subjected to a series of loosely sewn together pieces of Disney's quickly aborted "Team Atlantis" cartoon.
Due to the bomb this was in the theaters, the "Team Atlantis" cartoon never made it to the Saturday morning schedule. But that was no excuse - Disney had to use the material they made for their stillbirth somehow...
Neither Milo nor Cookie have the same voices. It's doubtful whether even Disney could have come up with enough money to pay Fox to reprise his role in this sequel. The man that voiced Cookie passed away - hopefully before he could see this B-Grade monster fest.
In the first of the three stories, Milo and his "Team Atlantis" (most of the characters from the original Atlantis movie) have to stop a Kraken from destroying a small village.
Then, believe it or not, they all leave Atlantis to go to the American Southwest to tame a pack of Coyotes. Coyotes? I thought they could have come up with something more challenging than that...
Then to top it all off, it's off to Antarctica to battle an ice monster. I almost wish they had run into something a little more life-threatening, like Lovecraft's "Old Ones".
This reminded me a =lot= of the old "Scooby-Doo" mysteries, except with real monsters. You know none of the main characters will ever be killed, so there's no suspense at all.
Only recommended for Disney purists.
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By A Customer on Sept. 22 2003
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The Adventure continues in this Disney sequal when Milo Thatch and his new wife Kida are told by Mr. Whitmore that there is trouble on the surface. In a little town off the ocean, there is a legand that a sea monster is threatening the Village so Milo, Kida and the gang are out to destroy it. Led by the evil leader of the village Volgud, The Kraken is taking people and turning them into mind-less zombies.
Milo and his crew are eating when they ricieve a phone call from Dr. Sweet about trouble in the South-West. They say there are Sand Coyotes in a dust storm that attacked Whitmores old friend Sam Makine. When Milo, Kida, Audrey, and Mole get there, they try to find an old stolen crate from Makine that holds an ancient piece of potery when the Dust Coyotes come back. They meet an old Indian legand teller that lives in the old village in wich the pottery needs to be returned. But with the old Mayor of the town Carnaby interfiering with them, it is hard to do the right thing.
A Blizard starts when Milo, Kida, Vinnie, Audrey and Mole go to iceland where they get captured by the Evil Viking king while trying to reclaim the spear of destiny and raise Atlantis. But there are a Snow Monster and A Fire Lord that want the spear also. So Its a race against time to find the Spear of destiny.
I enjoyed it and I hope you will enjoy it too!
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By A Customer on July 1 2003
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First of all, this one of those 3 episode things that Disney throws out as sequels. I, being a kid, don't much care about this one way or the other, though I prefer whole movies. I even liked Tarzan and Jane, which everyone else seems to have hated. Back to the point here, the story separation isn't nearly as bad. The voices are almost all the same, except Milo, (his replacement voice doesn't sound too bad, though) and of course, Cookie (the guy who voiced him died). The animation is like that of an animated series (from which I think the 3 episodes were taken from). Some may scoff at the idea of them having a cute animal along for the ride, but in this one there is this thing named Obby that they call a lava-dog, who is essentially Milo and Kida's pet. He is a very funny character, and I wish he was in the first one. About the stories, all three of them are very strange. The are all I suppose from a Atlantis animated series (that would be interesting) which has not or will not go on the air (I read that somewhere). All in all, it is an average Disney sequel.
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