Lilo And Stitch 2-Movie Collection Review

For the first time this summer Walt Disney Studios treats audiences to two heartwarming and hilarious animated comedies about bringing friends and family together even when they seem world apart in one fun, “Lilo and Stitch” 2-movie collection(Lilo and Stitch and Lilo and Stitch 2: Stitch has a Glitch.) Available on June 11, 2013. Disney sent over these great movies for me to review in exchange for my honest opinion.
The first film, “Lilo and Stitch” is the story about Lilo a lonely little girl, raised by her older sister Nani, and Stitch the mischievous little creature from outer space. Stitch crash lands in Hawaii, Lilo mistakenly sees him as a pup and adopts him as her pet. As he soon turns her world upside down, wreaking havoc and acting bizarre as he tries to avoid the alien bounty hunters who are after him to take him back to their planet. But as Stitch spends more time with his newly adopted family, he learns the importance about family, friendship and loyalty.

Lilo And Stitch

I truly love this movie. It makes me laugh, brings tears to my eyes and has me singing along to the Elvis songs! I love the cute, puffy style of the characters. My kids definitely loved the movie as well. No one can be too old to watch this movie. Great for the whole family, the approach brought to this movie is of course a Disney original with its music, love, and fiction stories!

With talented actors/actresses: Daveigh Chase as Lilo, Chris Sanders as Stitch, Tia Carrere as Nani, David Ogden Stiers as Dr. Jumba, Kevin McDonald as Agent Pleakly, and Jason Scott Lee as David Kawena.

The second great film, “Lilo and Stitch 2: Stitch has a Glitch” is more focused on Stitch this round. As he settles into life with his human family it appears that his molecular makeup is out of whack and wasn’t completely finished when he was created. His friendship with Lilo is threatened as the result of his crazy out breaks in which he can’t control. Lilo and her newly found friends must find a way to re-store Stitch’s “goodness” level before it is too late and he ruins everything, including Lilo’s big hula competition, something that is so important to her knowing her mother was in the same competition in which she won for years.

This second movie was just as great as the first. A new plot, yet with the same loved characters as before. But in this one the friendship and family is tested between Lilo and Stitch.

Including voice actors/actresses: Dakota Fanning as Lilo, Chirs Sanders as Stitch, Tia Carrere as Nani, David Ogden Stiers as Dr. Jumba, Kevin McDonald as Agent Pleakly, and Jason Scott Lee as David Kawena.

These are two great movies from Walt Disney.

Disclosure I received products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers.

About Angie


  1. oh i like lilo and stitch

Speak Your Mind