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Tarzan II (2005)

The tale of Tarzan's misadventures as a boy as he searches for his true identity and the meaning of family.

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Harrison Chad ...
Tarzan (voice)
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Zugor (voice)
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Uto (voice)
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Kago (voice)
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Mama Gunda (voice)
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Kala (voice)
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Kerchak (voice)
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Terk (voice)
Harrison Fahn ...
Tantor (voice)
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Set back when Tarzan was just a boy, this is the story of Tarzan's journey to self-discovery. When Tarzan begins to see that he is not like the other gorillas, his mother Kala assures him that these slight differences only make him stronger. But when these differences put Kala in danger, he decides everyone would be better off without him and runs away. He then finds himself in a dark desolate land called Dark Mountain where he meets a new friend who helps him discover that even though he does not possess the talents of an ape, he has his own unique set of jungle skills that make him even more amazing than any other creature so that he can finally see who he truly is. Written by ~AleXa~

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Trivia

Glenn Close and Lance Henriksen are the only two people to reprise their roles from the original film. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Tarzan: Run! It's the Zugor!
Tantor: Monster?
[screams]
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Who Am I? (End Credits Version)
Written by Phil Collins
Performed by Tiffany Evans
Produced and Arranged by Matthew Gerrard
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Surprisingly good, one of the better Disney sequels in my opinion
1 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I didn't see this film until fairly recently, and since I loved the original film and the fact I am a huge animation fan I thought why not check it out? And I liked it very much, it is not as good as the original, which I think is wonderful, but it is better than Tarzan and Jane, which was mediocre.

Now I don't hate all the sequels, in fact some of them I have liked, King of Thieves, Enchanted Christmas, Simba's Pride, Bambi 2 and Brother Bear 2, though none of them are as good as their originals, and then there are some like Cinderella 2, Little Mermaid 2 and Jungle Book 2 that almost completely lack the heart and charm of their predecessors.

This sequel(or midquel perhaps) as I have said is not as good as the first Tarzan, but it does have the original's heart and charm, that is one main reason why it is one of the better Disney sequels. I do agree that the story is lacking a bit and drags in spots and the film is too short. However, there is some nice humour, and some parts are even touching. Even better though is the animation, this is easily one of the better-looking sequels. The animation in the original undoubtedly was absolutely fantastic, but here the landscapes, colours and characters are just as gorgeously rendered. And I liked the soundtrack as well, not as catchy but it is still nice and upbeat and gives the film its heart and soul.

Tarzan himself is very likable, strong and charismatic even as a young boy, yet loyal to his family and friends, and I liked Terk as well, she was funny without being completely over-the-top. The voice acting is strong, Harrison Chad does a great job, as do Glenn Close, Estelle Harris and Lance Henrikson, while Brenda Grate was surprisingly good as Terk.

Overall, not as good as the first Tarzan, but it is for me one of the better sequels, as it is very well animated and has charm and heart. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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