Direct to Video Sequel to the first movie. Hit stores Aug 30/05
Before all 625 other experiments landed in Hawaii, Stitch was enjoying his new "Ohana" with Lilo and Nani. It may have seemed like paradise, but little did they know something strange was about to happen. ...
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Experiment Computer Voice
When Pleakley is retrieving items for Jumba's fusion chamber, he retrieves a toaster from the kitchen. The toaster has no electrical plug, yet when the toaster is placed back on the kitchen counter and shown, the toaster has a plug. (When pleakley had the toaster in his hands you could see that the electrical plug was never attatched to begin with, in fact you never see the electrical plug whenever the toaster was lifted up, but if you see the toaster when it was placed on the table when pleakley was making toast, there you saw the electrical plug attatched to the toaster. When Nani talks to david about the toast in the house, you could see pleakley overheard her and the toaster is in his hands, but without the electrical plug attatched again.)
In this movie, Lilo's room is different from their room in the series. Here, they have an ordinary room, but in the series, thier room is a rooftop dome. How can this be? Did the house blow up and did they have to rebuilt it for the series?
In 'The Origin Of Stitch' Jumba was lifting a soccer ball and giving it to stitch: take a look at Jumba's fingernails, they're black, and when he passes the ball back to Stitch, his fingernails are white again.
In the scene where Lilo is caring for Stitch and her family comes running to them, how did they get up that mountain so quick? When Lilo chases after Stitch and heads towards the tall mountain, how do they climb up so fast?
Lilo's house is green and at the end of Lilo and Stitch (1st film), it was another color.
During the "Origin of Stitch" special, one of the experiments appears twice on the list while they are flashing in front of Stitch and Jumba.
Lilo: I can't believe my butt is in the shadow of the butt of Elvis Presley.
Jumba: Stitch is having another episode!
Lilo: Mertle is goin' down! She's goin' way down!
Nani: No more pro wrestling for you!
Lilo: Hmm...veeery interesting. Why don't you tell me what happened next?
Stitch: WELL, Atishigaba, andena bam bam bam bam anden a AIEEE!!!
anden ashiganalagulaag ana >gasp!< ....That's it... no more....
Lilo: (sigh), I wonder if Elvis had these kind of problems.
Nani: Oh and boys...
Jumba & Pleakley: Mm?
Nani: Don't play with the toaster.
Nani: My sister is very sorry and didn't mean it. Right?
Lilo: Yeah, I'm very sorry...but I did mean it.
(Chicken walks by)
Lilo: I got it, Elvis is telling us to do a hula about a chicken!
(The chicken squaks and Stitch grabs Lilo's arm)
Stitch: No he's not.
Nani: All right, you can take the hover car...if you can find it.
(Lilo and Stitch run off to look for it. Nani talks to Pleakley.)
Nani: They'll never find it, I hid it extra good this time.
(Lilo and Stitch drive off in the hover car and wave goodbye.)
Lilo: Thanks Nani!
Nani: I need to find a better hiding spot for that thing.
Stitch: She's touching me!
Lilo: I'm not touching you.
(Lilo moves her hand a little closer to Stitch)
Stitch: She's touching me!
Lilo: I'm not touching him.
(Lilo touches Stitch)
Stitch: SHE'S TOUCHING ME!
Lilo: It's free air.
Nani: No more crop circles!!
Jumba: Aww... all the other aliens get to make them!
Awards and Nominations:
- Won the 2006 Annie Award for "Best Home Entertainment Production"
- Nominated for the 2006 Annie Award for "Best Production Design in an Animated Feature Production"
- Nominated for the 2006 C.A.S. Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for DVD Original Programming"
This marks the first (and possibly only) time that Lilo, of all people, called Stitch a "Trog". The only other character who called him that was Gantu (who does not appear in this movie).
The lite blue fur on stitch has a green hew when he has a glitch episode.
Lilo and her hula classmates are all seven years old.
Mertle's father is named Carl, and he owns a successful souvenir store. (Mertle uses the hula contest to advertise for her father's store)
Taken from DVDToons.com
Presenting an all-new animated movie starring Lilo and Stitch!
LILO & STITCH 2 features Dakota Fanning ("Hide and Seek") as Lilo, and welcomes back returning voice talents Chris Sanders as Stitch, Tia Carrere as Nani, David Ogden Stiers as Dr. Jumba, Kevin McDonald as agent Pleakley, and Jason Scott Lee as David.
Before all 626 experiments landed in Hawaii, Stitch was enjoying his new "Ohana" with Lilo and Nani.
It may have seemed like paradise, but little did they know something strange was about to happen.
Stitch has a glitch! It appears his molecular makeup is out of whack, bringing out his bad behavior.
Pleakley, Jumba, Nani and Lilo must find a way to restore his goodness level before he ruins everything!
Filled with hysterical laughs and new music, plus some classic Elvis tunes, LILO & STITCH 2 is a treat for the entire family.
Quote from Jess WInfield
You'll find lots of little differences between the universes of L&S 2 and the series.
When Lilo and Stitch: The Series started production, we had a meeting with the L&S 2 producers, to make sure we weren't stepping on their story for Stitch: The Movie.
We weren't, and while they spent three years noodling around with their story, we made Stitch: The Movie and about 50 episodes of the series.
We were well into Leroy & Stitch when we (the series producers) were asked to look at an early version of L&S 2 to make sure there weren't any inconsistencies with the mythology we'd developed in the meantime.
Well, there were quite a few. One was that they had created their own names for the hula girls. We told them what we had named them; we also pointed out the inconsistency regarding Mertle's dad. Apparently they didn't feel it was necessary to revise the L&S 2 to bring it into agreement with the series mythology.
We find out there is a river or pond of some sort behind Lilo's house.
EDIT: It's the streamline of the waterfall near lilo's house. You can see that waterfall all the time in the series.
We discover what Lilo's mom used to look like as a child.
It is known that Stitch can die, only if he runs out of energy completely.
(Edit--> Stitch doesn't actually die, he just shuts down.)
Kumu is Hawaiian for teacher
Set to coincide with the re-release of Lilo and Stitch as a two-disk special edition DVD in 2005.
EDIT: NOT. In North America the release date has been moved to 2006
This may be the last Lilo and Stitch movie ever produced
Edit: We now know this to be false. There is another planned to wrap up the series. Unless they meant THEATRICAL movie. Which is also not true because it has changed to straight-to-video
While the '2' is not in the title, this is in fact the long rumoured Lilo and Stitch 2.
Edit: Actually, the '2' is in the title.
There are no experiments in this movie.
According to the Disney team, Daveigh Chase was busy working on Lilo and Stitch the series, that she allowed her best friend, Dakota Fanning to fill in as Lilo for this film.
The way Stitch unrolls after being created is similar to the way Mogwai copies (from Gremlins) unroll after they are made.
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