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Balto 2: Wolf Quest (Bilingual)

3.4 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: Maurice LaMarche
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Feb. 19 2002
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005TSMM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,610 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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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 husky and part wolf, Balto knows what it means to hear "the call of the wild." So when his headstrong young daughter Aleu discovers her own wolf heritage, Balto understands she must follow her heart. Now, deep in the Alaskan wilderness, Aleu will seek her own path, tangle with a renegade wolf pack leader and - with a little help from Dad - fulfill her own heroic destiny! Filled with laughter, action, unforgettable characters and the voices of David Carradine, Lacey Chabert, Mark Hamill and Peter MacNicol - Balto II: Wolf Quest is an adventure classic to cherish for a lifetime!

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 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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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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For those wondering, the following review was written by two people.
i think that this movie was great. as soon as i knew there was a balto 2, i told my friend ( who is helping me write this review) to buy it for me for birthday. for all of you who think it's earth worship, then get off our planet. because if you don't like the earth, then why are you living on it? it's that simple.
i am also a wolf lover. this movie has the coolest looking wolf animations i have ever seen, besides in Princess Mononoke. also, i hope they make a balto 3 about what happens to the my favorite charater, aleu, and if she comes home. i enjoyed this movie and watch it many, many times. i know turn the reveiw over to my friend.
I have not watched this movie as many times as my wolfy friend, but I did enjoy Balto II. I've been a fan of the original movie since I first got the movie when it came to stores, and as soon as I saw an ad for the sequal in a magazine, I called my friend and told her about it. We then looked around on-line, found that there was going to be a showing of the film before it was released on Cartoon Network, and viewed it then.
It is kind of odd; There are new voice actors, and they take a little getting used to. However, Alue is an interesting character in this movie and has some good animation scenes. (Such as when she is standing on the seaside, enjoying the ocean air. Or in the cave, where the paintings came to life during the song "Who You Really Are.") Balto is also squee (I couldn't think of a better synonym with 'enjoyable'), a father who is on a quest to find his daughter. And Aniu, shown throughout the movie without the viewer completely knowing, is a great character.
For those who say that it is too into religion/Earth worship/"bwee-humans-are-evil-nature-is-cool" gibberish, please note: Some people enjoyed the totems, the spirituality, and the magick in the movie. If you didn't, then don't watch it again. :)
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I had high hopes for this movie and I so desperately wanted to like it, but that simply was not possible. I loved the first Balto and still do, and after over 7 years waiting for the sequel this is how I was rewarded.....
First of all the story line was in a word bad. It was a cookie cutter plot that seems to be popping up in in other movies like Lady and the Tramp 2, ect..... This is probally why they couldn't get the original voice actors back for the sequel. My only admission was that the animation was "fair", however it was still no where near being the quality of the original.
My biggest problem with the movie was it was riddled with new age mysticism and earth worship. What is with all this mother moon, mother earth, grand design stuff. Hollywood needs to keep its religion to itself. I had a huge moral problem with the content of this movie and ended up turning it off about 3/4s of the way through.
As I said before, as a Balto fan I sincerely wanted to like this movie, but in the end I simply could not stomach it.
Buy the original you won't be dissappointed!!!...
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Format: DVD
My sisters and brothers loved the first balto movie and watch it
whenever we can. I'm 18 but I still love it. However the second
was so bad the makers should be shamed. First the movie was poorly made the story line was very weak and depressing. Hardly any of the voices were the same either. I found the being one with nature business some of the most silly and ridiculous thing
I've ever heard. I love animals and enjoy the outdoors but I hope
that I would not be on the same level as a wolverine.
There were all these wierd dreams that mean nothing to you until
the end with no speaking just a crow that is forever cawing.
My little brother and sisters were very turned off by all the
fako magic stuff. The first movie was great because it was a true
story.The people who wrote and produced 2 it were only doing it '
to press this nature magic stuff. Oh and yes to make money off
of people who thought they were buying something of the same value as Balto 1. Look else where at Dinosaur.
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Balto II is just a typical sequel with bad character animation, cute characters, forgettable songs, and a thin story, but the visual effects, and the art direction are amazing, the instrumental score are dynamic, and the ending, that leaves many unanswered questions, may ask you for a Balto III.
In this sequel, that is more about spiritual quests, instead of dog racing, is the story about Balto and Jenna’s young daughter called Aleu, that can’t accept she’s a half wolf, and Aleu also have the strength to watch into the future.
Aleu leaves her parents after a quarrel one day, she takes out on a wilderness adventure, and meets many new wild dogs, and a shaman mouse, Balto also leaves Nome, and he tries to find her daughter, and meets the spirit of her mother, that can transform herself into other animals.
Some may miss Steele and his gang, I was one of those who did, and I wonder what happend to Steele and his sidekicks, that seems to have left Nome, and chose to live in the wilderness, or had found another city.
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