Top 10 Reasons Why The Rescuers Down Under is Better Than The RescuersThe first Rescuers movie, though not great, was a pretty decent Disney movie. The sequel which people never really asked for was a very surprising good Disney sequel. Heck it was the very first Disney sequel and it managed to surpass the original in so many ways.
While Madam Medusa was an okay villain she pails in comparison to McLeach who pretty much steals the show thanks to great voice acting from George C. Scott.
No I thought Medusa was scary at first like Cruella De Vil.
Agreed, Mc Leach was awesomne and had such an amazing design, his design is so awesomne that a Disney movie after this movie basically stole his design (Rourke from Atlantis)
If Bianca was a ten foot mouse she would have showed him. She had Bernard do it though.
To be honest the secondary characters in the first movie weren't really that memorable, in the sequel the new secondary characters really stand out among them include Wilbur, Jake, Joanna, and even Frank the lizard.
Joanna was badass, she had a really hilarious scene envolving her trying to steal eggs from McLeach
Penny in the original was a pretty bland character Cody on the other hand had more personality.
I prefer Penny, she was nice enough to drive her rescuers back to NYC
Although this isn't a valid reason in my opinion, I agree with this
The ending with McLeach trying to feed Cody to the crocs is so dark and creepy (in a good way)
Orville was a funny character in the first movie but he only had little screen time appearing when Bernard and Bianca get him to fly them to Devil's Bayou and then disappears from the rest of the movie only returning at the very end of the movie, Wilbur in the sequel is given more screen time and is given more personality thanks to great voice work by John Candy.
Wilbur is awesomne and has a much more goofy personality, Orville was also good but, a bit filler due barely having any personality
Though its expected for the sequel to have a better animation especially when released in the 90's.
Though I don't have a problem with the first movie having songs some of the songs were forgettable and felt out of place.
I definitely agree with this one, songs in movies are usually just in the way and you want to skip them, but in this sequel there are none with is a huge relief