Top 10 Worst Direct-to-Video Disney SequelsMegaSoulhero This is a list of the worst direct-to-video Disney sequels. Some sequels got theatrical releases but the ones on this list didn't. Also, midquels can be included in this list.
The Top TenXW
UGH! This movie makes me angry! I wanted to punch every character in the face after watching this movie! They turned all the characters we loved from the first movie into terrible characters that we want to hate! Basically, Mulan and Shang take three princesses to an arranged marriage otherwise the Mongols will destroy China. Unfortunately, the princesses fall in love with Yao, Ling, and Po. Meanwhile, Mushu (voiced by a white guy) finds out that if Mulan and Shang marry each other, he will lose his job as royal guardian. So he tries to break them up. What a selfish jerk! By the way, you know that arranged marriage I was talking about with the three princesses? THAT NEVER HAPPENED! They basically doomed China! This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen! The animation is terrible, the songs are terrible, and they totally forgot what made the first movie so great! THIS MOVIE IS TERRIBLE! - MegaSoulhero
While I didn't think of any of the sequels were great, this is the only one I truly hated. It takes all of the enjoyable characters from the first movie and makes them unbearable, somewhat like SpongeBob has done, only not quite as bad. I just personally like to pretend this sequel doesn't even exist.
It's not the best Disney sequel but surely as hell does not deserve first place on this list.
Just like I always say, the first is the best, second...not so much. - CatacornV8 Comments
The Hunchback of Notre Dame is one of my favorite Disney movies. I was thinking to myself, how bad could the sequel be? But then I watched MrEnter's review and, yeah, this movie sucks. I sat down and watched it myself recently and I definitely agree with everything MrEnter said. In the first movie, Quasimodo said his life would be complete if he was able to go out and enjoy life outside of the bell tower. In this movie, he sings about wanting a girlfriend. That makes two of us. He eventually gets a girlfriend named Madeline who is actually kind of hot. Unfortunately, she works for the villain in the movie. That kind of reminds me of Hercules. Also, the love interest being a traitor has been done many times! Of course since this movie had a small budget, the animation looks terrible! If you absolutely loved the first Hunchback movie, then I don't recommend this one. - MegaSoulhero
This movie has horrible animation, a horrible story, all of the characters are incompetent, the villain is a joke, and it's just an all around awful film. - Elric-san
Whoa. I never knew there was a second Notre Dame film. - Mcgillacuddy
Has absolutely none of the maturity, intelligence, or originality of the first movie.V3 Comments
There is nothing magical about this! There's not much to say about this movie since it doesn't really have a plot. It's broken into different segments. And they are all terrible! Also, the animation is atrocious! I understand they didn't have a large budget but this was very hard to watch. Remember that one scene where Belle had derpy eyes? I kept seeing that in my nightmares. I love the original Beauty and the Beast movie and this one almost ruined it for me! - MegaSoulhero
There are so many animation errors in this "Film." This is Disney we're talking about, right?
Did they really need this cheap whack edition. no! but they just made it anyway for people to vomit! the original will always be better than this garbageV3 Comments
Now, I've stated before that The Little Mermaid is overrated. Good but overrated. Out of curiosity, I watched the sequel and it sucked! So after Ariel and Eric got married, they gave birth to Melody (voiced by Tara Strong). This sequel kind of has a similarity to the first one since Melody wants to go in the ocean but her mother forbids her. Apparently, Ursula has a sister named Morgana who wants to avenge the death of her sister. Ariel is so scared of her that she has a wall be built between the ocean and the sea so Melody can't escape. Ariel is such a hypocrite! Not only that, the script is lazy! For example, Morgana has the EXACT same personality as her sister, Ursula. Right down to the voice. If you have to practically recreate the same villain then that is pretty lazy! - MegaSoulhero
Aside from the actual story (and by extension, the script), this actually wasn't that bad. I mean the animation, music, and score were all pretty good, plus most of the voice cast from the original movie returned. Wait, even if the plot was a rehash of The Little Mermaid, it's still a better story than many of these Disney Sequels.
This film had pretty much the same premise of the first except in reverse. Ariel wanted to become human, and Melody wanted to become mermaid. - Mcgillacuddy
Typical Disney sequel, a direct rehash of the first movie but the focus is on the main character's kidV2 Comments
Even though it's by far the worst of the three Cinderella movies, it's certainly a step up from Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World because at least the animation is semi-decent here and actually has a framing device to tie all the segments together, unlike that Beauty and The Beast anthology "sequel."
If dreams did come true, then this sequel wouldn't exist! This movie tells three different stories and each of them are done very poorly. This movie is put together from a cancelled T.V. show. Each story involves Cinderella planning an event. Also, Lady Tremaine and the two stepsisters are in this movie. However, they only appear at the end. Just like most of direct-to-video Disney sequels, this had a very small budget which is shown based on the low quality animation as well as the voice acting. A lot of people consider this to be one of the worst Disney sequels and I can definitely see why. - MegaSoulhero
They were honestly better off scrapping the second segment all-together, as it was easily the most worthless of the three. However, if they combined the first and third segments into a single story (with more presence from Lady Tremaine), then it would've been a better Disney Sequel.
Cinderella three traumatized me as a child, but this wasn't good either.V5 Comments
Journey to a new world? What is this? Aladdin? I have mentioned before that I don't like Pocahontas. It was boring and didn't try to be historically accurate. However, in this sequel, they had her get together with James Rolfe (voiced by Billy Zane). Pocahontas and the other Native Americans get word that John Smith died (not actually dead obviously). How did they even find out about his death? Also, John Smith isn't voiced by Mel Gibson this time. He's voiced by Mel's younger brother, Donal Gibson. Radcliffe is in this movie and what is up with his mouth? The songs are terrible, the dialogue is awful, and this sequel is a disgrace! - MegaSoulhero
This was worse than Mulan 2 for me. I am just going to pretend that I didn't watch this movie. It completely ruined the first movie! - ToukaKirishima
This deserves to be in the Top 3 instead of Mulan II.V1 Comment
This is the worst Disney direct-to-video film I have ever watched in my whole entire life! Look, the animation was great, some of the songs were mediocre, but everything else was bad. The directors and the writers didn't put a lot of action in it. They put a lot of rush into it. Scamp is annoying! Tramp turned from a fun-loving adult to a cold, stern, serious parent. Lady barely got any screen time at all. Buster was a poor villain. Him being angry and hating Tramp for falling in love with Lady has got to be one of the most stupidest reasons I have ever heard in my whole entire life! Look, don't get me wrong, I know that people can sometimes get jealous, but this... This is so unacceptable! Angel is probably the only character I can root for. Scamp is nothing but a spoiled brat who only cares about himself and his own needs. He doesn't care about his friends nor his family, and he has no regard for anyone else but himself. Scamp is so annoying and very unlikable people! I used to ...more
Lady and the Tramp was one of those good Disney movies that definitely did NOT need a sequel. But they gave it one anyway! This sequel is very forgettable. It doesn't focus so much on the Lady and the Tramp, but more on their son, Scamp, who I absolutely hate! Why even put Lady and the Tramp in the title? Scamp is such a selfish, backstabbing son! Also, his parents forgive him WAY too quickly despite betraying them! He's basically the Ariel of this movie! This movie probably would've been ok if it was about his sisters. Scamp is absolutely unlikeable! Scamp isn't the only problem with the film. I also find it to be very predictable and mediocre. It also seems too very similar to the first movie. - MegaSoulhero
Why does Disney even make these? We don't want specific movies to have a sequel. This is one of them. Who cares about their puppy's adventure? They just focus on Scamp (I think somebody high named this puppy). This puppy is backstabbing. Why does this puppy even exist?
It's not terrible, but it's certainly not perfect. Finding Nemo did the whole "Stick with your parents" thing a whole lot better. While the animation is nice, the lackluster writing can't give it too much justice.V2 Comments
I have mixed feelings about this. It's supposed to be the story of how Timon and Pumbaa met before Simba. Sure, interesting, but it also justifies most of the events of the original movie as being results of Pumbaa's farts. It was funny at first, but since that was the only joke they used in the entire movie, it didn't feel as funny.
I loved this film. And for those who hate timon and pumbaa: let's not forget that without them simba would be dead hundreds of time over in my opinion! They RAISED him, they're the REASON the climax even happened in my opinion! - HeavyDonkeyKong
I don't know this is probably the best out of these all
Timon and Pumbaa are annoying and should die.V4 Comments
A Beauty and the Beast Christmas movie!? That sounds like it will be good! I was definitely wrong about that! In this movie, Belle wants to celebrate Christmas in the Beast's castle. However, Beast hates Christmas because it's the day that he was cursed. There is also an organ named Forte who is voiced by Tim Curry. Still better than his role in Rocky Horror Picture Show. He's the villain in this movie and he actually enjoys being an organ because it makes him immortal. So he tries to keep the Beast isolated from Belle so they can't fall in love. For some reason in this movie, Belle is the one who wants to connect with Beast whereas in the original, Beast wanted to connect with Belle in order to break the curse. Belle has no reason to want to get together with Beast. This movie has a lot of plot holes. I absolutely hated the Beast in this movie! This movie didn't necessarily ruin the original for me but it was still pretty bad! - MegaSoulhero
They need to stop remaking the beauty and the beastV1 Comment
I used to be obsessed with this sequel when I was younger. This film and the original Aladdin are pretty much the only Disney films I still like to watch occasionally. - IronSabbathPriestV2 Comments
The only good thing about this movie is Dixie, who is ironically more popular than any of the characters from the original movie.
First of all, who even asked for a sequel to Fox and the Hound, let alone a midquel? In my opinion, Fox and the Hound was one of Disney's weakest movies. This sequel, however, makes no reference to the original movie. Basically, Copper joins a band and Tod gets jealous. Not only is this kind of plot cliché, it's stupid. You can tell they didn't put much effort into it. - MegaSoulheroV1 Comment
This sequel came out 64 years after the original. That's a huge gap. All the voice actors had to be replaced. Bambi is voiced by Alexander Gould who played Nemo in Finding Nemo. I should also point out that this takes place in the middle of the original film. So it's a midquel. A lot of people consider this to be one of the better Disney sequels. I don't. This is probably because I wasn't a fan of the first one. I'm not saying it was bad, just not that good. Especially the part where it goes from Bambi's mother's death to happy singing birds. This sequel isn't any better. In fact, it's worse. I don't see myself ever watching this again. - MegaSoulhero
This Sequel Is Ok in my opinion but I totally see why you think it should be here it has a huge gap - VideoGamefan5V1 Comment
Got robbed from a position in the Top 10.V3 Comments
I did not know Atlantis had a sequel honestly for a film some people didn't like that much. - htoutlaws2012
Yeah this movie sucked. Nowhere as good as the first. - Mcgillacuddy
This should be in the Top 10 quite honestly - SBells27V1 Comment
Didn't this come out in theatres?V1 Comment
Actually, I kind of liked this movie.V2 Comments
The only Direct-to-Video Disney Sequel to have a higher score on Rotten Tomatoes than the original. While it's still mediocre as a movie, this definitely says something about the original Brother Bear.
One of two direct-to-video Disney sequels that are worthy of being part of the Disney Animated Canon, the other being The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride.
This bored the heck out of me as a kid, mostly jasmine's story.
I liked this, the one with ariel's kid was horrible though
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2. The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
3. Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure
2. The Hunchback of Notre Dame II
3. Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World