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Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure

By Teresa Talerico, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Not as good as the original, but cute and fun.

Movie G 2006 70 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 4+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 5+

As good as the original

[Written by 8yo boy] I can't believe Common Sense gave this one three stars. I think this one is as good as the original - maybe even better. It is cute and fun. There's some good singing and some scenes are funny. And it's very talented. The adventure is really fun.
age 6+

Absolutely wonderful!!!

It's actually surprisingly good! I loved it as a kid and still do! Yes, it is a little different from the original, but you can tell they were really trying to make something very fun and touching. It has a lots of adventures at the same time it's being very deep and teaches great lessons about the value of a family. And the new characters are very likeable too, like Angel is a very cool yet deep and interesting character. And the animation is very nice too and captures the look and style of the first movie very well. And the songs are absolutely BEAUTIFUL! They really feels like great song numbers that could've been in any other Disney movie! So overall this is a very beautiful sequel with great lessons that I think the whole family will enjoy over and over again!

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (6 ):
Kids say (12 ):

While the story and musical sequences can't measure up to the beloved Disney classic, this is still a fairly entertaining sequel. It should delight kids simply as a fable about a youth anxious to test his wings.

Adults will enjoy seeing many of the original characters, including Jim Dear and Darling, Jock the Scottish Terrier, Trusty the Bloodhound, and even Aunt Sarah and her scheming Siamese cats. In homage to the original movie, they share a plate of spaghetti and meatballs at Tony's restaurant. Children and adults will enjoy Scamp's journey, the cast of characters he meets, and the lessons about appreciating family and accepting who you are instead of trying to fit in with the crowd.

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