The kingdom of Atlantica where music is forbidden, the youngest daughter of King Triton, named Ariel, discovers her love to an underground music club and sets off to a daring adventure to bring restoration of music back to Atlantica.
Samuel E. Wright,
When news of John Smith's death reaches America, Pocahontas is devastated. She sets off to London with John Rolfe, to meet with the King of England on a diplomatic mission: to create peace and respect between the two great lands. However, Governor Ratcliffe is still around; he wants to return to Jamestown and take over, no matter what the cost. He will stop at nothing to discredit the young princess. Written by
The actor who portrays the voice of John Smith in this film is Donal Gibson, the younger brother of Mel Gibson, who did the voice of John Smith in the first movie. See more »
As Rolfe's ship sails into London, Pocahontas is at the bow, looking ahead, with her hair blown backwards. The ship is running before the wind, so her hair should be blown forwards, just as the sails are. See more »
[Pocahontas runs off]
[he tries to run after her, John restrains him]
Let her go.
You may not care about her safety...
[rounding on him]
Don't you dare tell me I don't care about her!
[realizes the truth]
You love her.
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This film would not have been possible without the inspiration from the original motion picture and the work of its talented artists and animators. See more »
I saw Pocahontas when I was little and to this day it is still my favourite Disney film. So when I saw Pocahontas II on the TV, I had to see it. Now I wish I hadn't.
The animation is so much poorer, the plot is okay but a bit pointless, and the songs and music is terrible. It's a disgrace for this to be called Pocahontas II in my opinion. They didn't even fully revive Pocahontas's personality for this film, as soon as you see her she acts much different than she did in the original but with the same basic values. The script undoes everything that Pocahontas did and completely changes the characters.
They should have left it at the end of Pocahontas instead of making such a terrible film. I prefer to think of the whole Pocahontas story ending at the end of the first film. If you loved the Pocahontas story and do not want to be disappointed by a poor follow-up that cannot possibly match the splendour of the original, then avoid this movie at all costs! They should attach a warning label saying "Watch at your own risk" in my opinion.
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