Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure is my favorite Disney Sequel. I watched it as a kid and liked it, I watch it a lot as a young adult, and I still love this movie to death. I don't care what anyone says. Also, it's a very well done movie story-wise. Sure, the story itself is a runaway type story, but this might as well be the best runaway movie I've ever seen. I found myself really invested in Scamp's character as he feels rebellious towards the rules of the household, giving us a chance to see him grow as a character, and realize that it's wrong to run away from home because of constant regulations. Being rebellious does not make Scamp a bad character; it gives him the chance to develop, and the chance is well taken. And since the director of this movie, Darrell Rooney, is always passionate about defining a character's arc, it's really obvious. Angel is also likable and appears to be a street-smart character, but turns out to have a softer side. I can really closely relate her to Koda in Brother Bear because both are very street-smart and clever, but both movies give them a chance to develop as characters who have feelings. The only flaw in this movie is that the dogcatcher is annoying. However, if you're easy to please when you have a movie in which carries a cast of animals, you will be able to find this character tolerable. Lady and the Tramp 2 is a masterpiece and works well as a sequel to the original and a stand-alone film.moreless
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