102 Dalmatians | Full Movie
- 1h 40m
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A hilarious adventure, starring the audacious Oddball, the spotless Dalmatian puppy on a search for her rightful spots, and Waddlesworth, the wisecracking, delusional macaw who thinks he's a Rottweiler. Barking mad, this unlikely duo leads a posse of puppies on a mission to outfox the wildly wicked, ever-scheming Cruella De Vil (Glenn Close). Filled with chases, close calls, hilarious antics, and thrilling escapes all the way from London through the streets of Paris -- and a Parisian bakery.
Glenn Close, Ioan Gruffudd, Alice Evans, Tim McInnerny, Ian Richardson, Gerard Depardieu, Ben Crompton, Carol MacReady, Jim Carter, Ron Cook, David Horovitch, Timothy West, Eric Idle, Dick Brannick, Mike Hayley, Nicholas Hutchison, Tim Willcox, June Watson, Tony Bluto, Tessa Vale, John Styles, Kerry Shale, Thierry Lawson, Hugh Futcher, Charles Simon, Dorothea Phillips, Delphine Anaiis
© 2000 Disney Enterprises, Inc.
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: This sequel to the live-action 101 Dalmatians is simply more of the same. Critics say it also drags in parts, potentially boring children, and that it's too violent for a G-rated movie.
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Common Sense Says
Sequel better than first live-action Dalmatians movie.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that 102 Dalmatians is the sequel to the live-action 101 Dalmatians released in 2000, and it has a good many scenes of comic jeopardy to both dogs and humans. Kids who are comfortable with larger-than-life danger, cackling villains, and puppies being stuffed into burlap bags (all accompanied by suspenseful music) should have no problem discerning that nothing is real. But for younger or more sensitive little ones, it could be scary. The central story involves Cruella De Vil's attempts to dognap puppies, kill them, and make a fur coat out of their pelts. She’s an iconic villain and there's no end to the absurd mayhem she and her partners-in-crime cause. A few scenes show Cruella smoking; she proposes a toast with a silver goblet; celebratory champagne is poured on another occasion.
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- Genre:Kids, Family, Comedy
- Release Date:November 22, 2000
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD