Aladdin: The Return of Jafar

1994

Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Musical / Romance

23
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 27%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 40%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 22241

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Jim Cummings as Razoul
Jason Alexander as Abis Mal
Scott Weinger as Aladdin
Frank Welker as Abu the Monkey
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jonconnormustlive-46298 6 / 10

It's enjoyable, but not great that's for sure.

Aladdin: The Return of Jafar Iago the bird wants to befriend our heroes from the first film, distrust makes it hard for them to forgive him. When the powerful genie Jafar returns to seek revenge they must band together to stop him.

Return of Jafar is a fun short movie that will definitely keep youngsters entertained for a while. There some good entertaining action scenes, and a couple of funny moments.

The bad parts are largely due to weaker animation, there are a couple very noticeable goofs that should have been caught and fixed before release. Also Robin Williams does not return to voice Genie, Dan Castlanetta (most known for voicing Homer Simpson) takes his place. Castlanetta's voice work isn't too bad, but the material lacks the great laughs we were hoping for.

You may remember there was also a Toon Disney Channel show called Aladdin which featured Castlanetta as Genie. I feel this movie was made to be a part of that series.

The plot is simple and the film as a whole just doesn't feel like it strives for much. Still, the young'uns will probably like it.

Reviewed by Ahmed-ASG 6 / 10

compare to the first , it's a meh movie

yeeeaaap , just another disastrous sequel , seems it's not just a Hollywood thing after all.

don't get me wrong, the movie by itself is very entertaining, Disney's magic definitely shows in this movie no doubt, but ,,, and it's a big but (no pun intended) it's not the animation quality you expect from Disney, it didn't take long to see that, it actually happens in the first seconds of the movie.

Finally, I would love to say those "Arabs" does not look like any Arab I met in my life and I'm Arabian, sooooo,,, where did you get that from Disney?

Reviewed by Jesper Brun 4 / 10

Jafar and Iago steal the show.

I have mixed feelings about The Return of Jafar. I will start off by saying that it is a giant drop from the star-quality of the original, but Jafar and Iago are well made.

Whenever Jafar is on screen it is good, because you really get to feel his menacing plans being made. The scenes including him AND Iago are also engaging, because, really, this is movie is Iago's story.

That leads me to my issues with this sequel which I have listed here descending from biggest to smallest:

Both Aladdin and Jasmin are boring characters in this installment. I think there were two moments I liked, but that was it.

Genie was not funny in this one. Dan Castellaneta playing Robin Williams is not working.

The music was forgettable and sometimes annoying. Do not let Gilbert Gottfried sing, please.

The animation was still colourful, but too cartoonish and flat most of the time. What can you expect from a direct-to-video TV-series pilot? The darker moments were decent, though.

My conclusion is that it is completely inferior to the original and the weakest of the two direct-to-video sequels. Watch "Aladdin and the King of Thieves" and you will get a far better sequel. And to its credit, it is not the worst in the series of either pointless or directly insulting sequels to our favorite Disney movies.

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