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The Jungle Book 2

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Restless Mowgli decides to return to the free atmosphere of jungle life. He leaves behind his new girlfriend, Shanti, who's afraid of the dangerous wild animals Mowgli is used to roaming around with in the village. Mowgli lives in his new man village, but he misses his pal Baloo who likewise pines for his man cub.
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7M Pictures
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August 24, 2008

it's hard to top the original
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TheFilmFile.com
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March 17, 2014

[Blu-ray Review] A minor work from the Mouse House, but Disney enthusiasts will still want to pick up this high-definition package for the stupendous picture and lossless audio upgrade. They know who they are, and for them this Blu-ray comes recommended.
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Ebert & Roeper

February 18, 2003

Wait for it to come out on video, it'll baby sit a four-year-old. Anybody else is gonna be bored by it.
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Arizona Republic

February 15, 2003

That scratching sound you hear isn't Baloo the bear rubbing against a tree, it's Disney scraping the bottom of the sequel barrel with a follow-up that has none of the charm or creativity of the original.
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Family Home Theater
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April 03, 2016

The characters giggle too much (as hyper-cute Saturday morning animated offerings will do), the music isn't as well integrated into the story, and the humans come across like an Indian version of The Cosby Show.
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Village Voice
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February 19, 2003

John Goodman's Baloo admits, 'King Louie? He split!' Before the third defibrillation of 'Bare Necessities,' you and your kids might too.
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Reel Film Reviews
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July 13, 2011

...it is, in the final analysis, difficult to recall a more underwhelming series within the Mouse House's ongoing body of work.
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Washington Post
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February 14, 2003

Relatively innocuous but utterly unnecessary -- except from the standpoint of unbridled capitalism.
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Common Sense Media

December 28, 2010

Ok for kids, but not the most inspired sequel.
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Variety

February 18, 2003

More development and nuance in Karl Geurs' script would have made a big difference.
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Washington Post

February 14, 2003

Likely to provide 72 minutes of enjoyment and a few scary thrills to tykes, as well as a pleasant diversion for parents.
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