Wed. November 22, 2000
Walt Disney Pictures once again "spot-lights" comedy, fantasy and fun-filled adventure in the highly anticipated sequel to the 1996 box office blockbuster, 101 Dalmatians. In this all-new tale, Cruella De Vil (Glenn Close) is released from prison on good behavior swearing that she will have nothing to do with fur ever again in her life. She, however, cannot keep this promise and soon is plotting another "furocious" scheme to get her ultimate Dalmatian coat. The fun and adventure shift into high gear as Cruella and the dogs romp through Paris, in Walt Disney Pictures' live-action comedy, 102 Dalmatians. -- © 2000 Disney Pictures
0 - 40 points
|Not Worth Seeing
|40 - 65 points
||Go See At Matinee
|65- 85 points
||Definitely worth seeing. "A must see!"
The People's Review of 102 Dalmatians
Score = "70" "Cute, good-humored family movie that kids
will love and adults will find surprisingly entertaining. Great production
values, great cast, wonderful dogs. An enjoyable way to kill 1 1/2 hours.
Score = "10"
"You call this a family/kid movie. I call it a Dark Comedy and I want
my money back!!! It is not for children, who is Disney trying to market it
to. From the scene where Le Pelt's face is covered with red paint (after a
group of PETA threw buckets of it) to look like blood and the main dish of
""dog Head"" I would not want my children 6 and 7
years old to have seen it. I saw a mother with 3 2-3 year old girls walk
out after the dinner scene. Perhaps the most disturbing of all was that
Glen Close was too good of a ""Cruella Devil"". Think
""Fatal Attraction's"" maniacal, psychotic look, only
this time she has it for the dalmations and not Mike Douglas. "
||Cruella De Vil
|| Monsieur Le Pelt
PG for some mild peril.
Walt Disney Pictures