7 Worst Disney Sequels ...

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Although it physically pains me to write about the worst Disney sequels, I feel like I have to do it.

I'm a huge Disney fan from back in the day;

once upon a time, my entire room was decorated in memorabilia from The Little Mermaid.

Lately Disney's sequels are actually pretty awesome because they continue the story.

Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, however, the big brand came up with some of the worst Disney sequels I've ever seen.

They did not to enrich the original stories and most went straight to video (deservedly), leading many people to believe that these low-budget impostors were made solely for the money.

1. Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure

I think this might be one of the worst Disney sequels of all time.

I mean, I hated this movie.

I adored the original Lady and the Tramp because I have a thing for dogs in general and cute little cocker spaniels in particular.

Why do I loathe this movie so much?

Well, as the wonderful Nostalgia Chick pointed out in her fantastic Disney expose, they completely deviated from the original formula;

you do not see this movie from a dog's point of view.

It's campy where the original was charming – and, oh yeah, it's the exact same movie!

2. Aladdin: the Return of Jafar

Actually, pretend I mentioned everything that came after Aladdin.

I was so psyched for all of those videos, and they were such crap.

I was a kid and they didn't keep me on the edge of my seat, they just made me terribly impatient.

The stories weren't nearly as rich, the comedy was atrocious (sorry, I love The Simpsons, but replacing Robin Williams with Homer was just wrong), and by the end, I didn't even want to see Aladdin and Jasmine be together.

I wanted Iago to peck out their eyes.

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