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Daisuki Darko over 6 years ago
Pretty meh. Essentially three TV episodes followed by a generic conclusion. Not worth it.
Mir Faraz over 6 years ago
Advanture movie i love it
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Anteater almost 2 years ago
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Anastasia over 2 years ago
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Earnshaw Jean Louise almost 3 years ago
Rafael Santos over 3 years ago
Atlantis: Milo's Return, released in 2003, is Disney's twentieth animated direct-to-video sequel. It is a sequel to the film Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Originally, Disney was developing a sequel entitled Shards of Chaos, but it was abandoned once the "The Lost Empire" was less successful than anticipated. The released sequel consists of three animated shorts, originally meant to be three episodes of a series that was never completed called Team Atlantis. Some additional animation was done to link the stories more closely. Cree Summer (Kida), Corey Burton (Mole), Don Novello (Vinny), Phil Morris (Dr. Sweet), Jacqueline Obradors (Audrey), John Mahoney (Whitmore), and Florence Stanley (Wilhelmina) all reprise their roles from the first film, with James Arnold Taylor replacing Michael J. Fox as Milo and Steve Barr replacing the late Jim Varney as Cookie. This is also Florence Stanley's final film; she died months after production ended. After the decline in Atlantean culture following the...
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