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Best Disney Movie Sequels

#1 POCAHONTAS 2: JOURNEY TO A NEW WORLD
While it’s not the smash hit of the original, Pocahontas 2 makes a better attempt at giving more the historical integrity of her story. We know that John Smith wasn’t Pocahontas’ love interest in reality, but it made for a nice and fun Disney movie.

#2 THE RETURN OF JAFAR
While it had some good points, the real drawback was the relative low quality and the annoying bird, Iago.

#3 THE SANTA CLAUSE 2
The sequel to one of Disney’s greatest Christmas movies because it brings us twice as many laughs and silly moments as the first.

#4 THE JUNGLE BOOK 2
A very entertaining sequel to the classic tale has the typical “grass is greener” plotline to it but for this movie, it fits perfectly.

#5 THE LITTLE MERMAID 2: RETURN TO THE SEA
Several years after the first movie, it showcases Ariel and Eric’s daughter Melody. Just seeing the headstrong and adorable Melody makes this worth watching.

#6 THE LION KING 2: SIMBA’S PRIDE
This movie focuses on the daughter of Simba and Nala. She gets into the same trouble her father did in his early years. It makes for an enjoyable family film.

#7 TOY STORY 2
This is a timeless sequel. We didn’t know if the vibes would hit off again after the first one. The cool thing is we got to a view into the identity of Woody.

#8 THE LITTLE MERMAID: ARIEL’S BEGINNING
Here’s the here we get an in-depth look about Ariel’s mother and get to know her sisters a little better. Also, it shows some of the flaws and reasoning   of Ariel. Not to mention, the deep understanding of King Triton.

#9 AN EXTREMELY GOOFY MOVIE
The over-the-top film showed the idea of a broken family, the value of relationships and learning to love people enough to let them lead their own lives. Of course, it was funny film but showed a deeper side like parents going back to college and children learning to see their parents in a different light.

#10 MULAN 2
The first Mulan film was a great setup for an excellent sequel. The story gives a great lesson about following your heart.

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