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The Return of Jafar
Adventure, Fantasy, Romance, Family, Animation, Musical
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Tad Stones, Toby Shelton
Jim Cummings as Razoul (voice)
B.J. Ward as Street Mother (voice)
Liz Callaway as Princess Jasmine (singing voice)
Val Bettin as The Sultan of Agrabah (voice)
Scott Weinger as Aladdin (voice)
Jonathan Freeman as Jafar (voice)
Frank Welker as Abu the Monkey (voice)
Gilbert Gottfried as Iago (voice)
Jason Alexander as Abis Mal - the Chief of the Thieves (voice)
Jeff Bennett as Thief (voice)
Linda Larkin as Princess Jasmine (voice)
Dan Castellaneta as Blue Genie (voice)
Storyline: Aladdin is adjusting to his new life as part of the upper crust. He and Princess Jasmine may not be married yet, but the pressures of palace society have already begun. On top of that, Iago (the parrot pet of Sultan's ex-vizir turned genie, Jafar) appears asking for help and no one is happy to see him. But things begin to look up when Genie returns from his trip around the world. Meanwhile, Jafar's black lamp is discovered by an idiot crook called Abis Mal. By using Abis Mal, Jafar makes his way back to Agrabah with ideas of payback for Aladdin and his friends.
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Cheap and sloppy cash-grab, lacks any of the magic of the first one. Big time.
Aladdin is my favorite Disney-movie. It took a whole lot of years from the first time I watched that one and till now, when I watched the sequel. And I'm kinda glad. Had I seen this when I was little, I might have been disappointed. Why? Well, let me tell ya!

The Return of Jafar is not even comparable to Aladdin. Aladdin (1992) is one of Disneys greatest movies. The Return of Jafar is a cheap looking typical made-for-TV animation feature. The animation is cheap. I mean, it doesn't even seem to follow Disneys own 12 principles of animation. It's shoddy, jittery and sloppy. A lot of the time the drawings are down right bad. It's very clear that the budget for this was just a fraction of the budget for Aladdin (1992).

Genies voice has been replaced with Home.. uhm, Dan Castellaneta. He did a good job, though. Besides, I actually prefer the Norwegian dub, for Aladdin, so I'm not very familiar with Williams Genie anyway.

The movie is not all bad, though. It's short, which is good. It's nice to see these characters again, cheap as they may look. The story is, well, there hardly is a story at all, really. It even has some plot holes. (not that I care) But the movie is, you know, made for kids, and gets the job done I guess. It's just very generic, and nothing like the excellent quality that is Aladdin (1992).

Just have to add: I feel so mean when I slam the animation so hard, because someone still spent hour upon hour drawing this stuff. Animation is beyond time consuming. I know, because I've done it myself. OK. Anyway, you'll find plenty other, better animations feature films than this. That's my last word!
Good movie, but HORRID animation.
I quite actually enjoyed this movie for its plot and characters, but the animation was simply HORRIBLE. The characters in the background were more like paper cut-outs. The makers of "Angelica Anaconda" did a MUCH better job in animation than this cheap, rubbish method.

Story: an excellent way to end Jafar's story. Dramatic, exciting and astounding. Characters: the only disappointment was Robin Williams' absence, but you have to blame Disney for that (they went back on a promise they'd made to Williams regarding the first film just to make more money).

Animation was the only major disappointment here. I'm glad they rectified it with "Aladdin and the King of Thieves" (another excellent Aladdin story).

6/10 stars.
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.
No Robin Williams is a bad thing!
Disney has a reputation of doing bad sequels. And for the most part they are but this movie is an exception. It's actually pretty entertaining but the flaw of the movie is the absence of Robin Williams. "Homer Simpson" does a good job providing the voice but he isn't Robin Williams.

2(**)out of 4(****)stars

worst movie ever
I loved Aladdin. I bought Return of Jafar the day it was released on video. I wrapped it and put it under the tree for my 3 year old daughter. I counted the days til we could open it and watch the long awaited sequel. One of the biggest disappointments ever. (for me) Script was dismal, plot was worse. >
Merchandise promoting the Aladdin franchise
Somebody save me from the Disney machine. This movie, to me, is nothing more than a piece of merchandise designed to milk the "Aladdin" franchise as far as it can go. While Dan Castellaneta is adept at doing the voice of Homer Simpson, he sure is no Genie, and it shows. On the other side of the spectrum is the bad guy, Jafar, one of the more likable Disney villains. He at least gets a song this time around, but it's forgettable, as are his antics and his inevitable demise. And his lackey, Abis Mal, is played by Jason Alexander, who turns in an ordinary "frantic man George" performance. The other actors act pathetically and have pathetic dialogue. The copy of this movie in my house is broken now. Thank God.
Has its moments, but is still a significant drop in quality from its predecessor
I was a huge fan of Disney's "Aladdin" during my childhood, so I obviously wanted to see this straight-to-video sequel when it came out in 1994. From what I remember, I was not disappointed at all. However, after discovering that I still liked the popular 1992 Disney flick a lot after many years, I rented "The Return of Jafar" to see what I thought of it after all these years, and while I'm still not one of the haters, I can now understand the criticism!

Jafar, who is now a genie trapped in his lamp, and his parrot, Iago escape from the Cave of Wonders and work their way up to the desert surface. Iago gets out of the lamp, and Jafar expects him to rub it so he can get out and return to Agrabah, where he plans to have his revenge on Aladdin! Instead, Iago turns against the former grand vizier, and drops the lamp in a well, with Jafar trapped inside! However, when a thief named Abis Mal finds the lamp in the well, Jafar is finally out, and is ready for his revenge! To make it worse for Aladdin, Abis Mal wants revenge on him as well, due to a recent encounter in Agrabah! Meanwhile, Iago has returned to the city, and obviously, most people do not trust him, but Aladdin begins to. Is this a good idea?!

There are several things that make "The Return of Jafar" far inferior to its predecessor. First of all, some of the characters are not quite the same. Aladdin and Princess Jasmine seem a bit sillier and less mature than they are in the first movie, and there are some ridiculous scenes involving the two, such as the one where the Sultan praises Aladdin, and Aladdin then looks over to Jasmine with a smug look on his face, and she looks back at him with look of romance (a rather silly one). Another character who is not the same is the Genie. He is responsible for a lot of the humour in 1992's "Aladdin", but isn't usually funny in this film. This time, he is voiced by Dan Castellaneta, instead of Robin Williams, and Castellaneta voices many funny characters on "The Simpsons", but as the Genie, I guess he's not so great. That reminds me, this film is generally a lot less funny than its predecessor. Two other downsides I can think of are the animation (not too bad, but certainly not as good), and the forgettable songs, none of which have ever fully stuck in my head, and some of which still aren't stuck in there at all!

Sequels aren't usually as good or better than their predecessors, but even with that in mind, this one is still disappointing. Since I at least found an occasional laugh in the film, as well as some excitement, I give it a 6/10. Nevertheless, I found the film a bit bland overall, lacking several things that made the classic original so great. For hardcore fans of Disney's "Aladdin", this straight-to-video sequel might be worth checking out, but if you decide to do so, don't be surprised if you find that a lot is missing from the original! Judging by the few episodes of the "Aladdin" TV series I've seen, it seems to have the same problems as "The Return of Jafar", or very similar ones. Fortunately, at least these problems did not persist in "Aladdin and the King of Thieves", the final installment in the franchise, which is definitely somewhat superior to what came in between.
Another evidence for WaltDisney activities toward building an inclusive culture are Alladin adventures.
"The Return of Jafar" is produced by Toby Shelton and Tad Stones in 1994. The very short summary is the story of Alladin who steals the stolen jewleries to help poor people.He is an Arabic hero who had saved the country,defeating previous Sultan's Vazir. He loves Yasamin,the Sultan's daughter and they are going to marry.Alladin was a poor boy that now is going to be vazir. The last vazir's parrot comes back to take the revenge and you see the cotradictions between a dark and white monster who aid the parrot and Alladin toward victory. The Arabic land is a very primitive,dry ,non-colorful,non-bright and poor one which has a very simple,stupid Sultan. Even the palace or the princess are not luxurious and ellegant.The Arabian market is an old,non-fascinating one in which the camels and sheep are passing.And women are represented Muslims with complete Hejab. The main transportation is horses and Alladin has a flying carpet which is the main entertainment of Sultan.The Arab people are represented savage-like who are all the time fighting with swords. The American factors are articulated with the Arabic ones which all presents in the white monster.He travels all the world,so he is modern and he is always the saver of Arab characters even Alladin. He brings coffee,sunglasses,cigar,the picnic basket with lots of colorful and delicious food,camera,etc.The white monster has knowledge,to be a doctor, and skill,to be a firefighter and he can always use his abilities on time. The starting scenes accompanies with a song with a strange American accent which describes Arabian day and night shocking and amazing,however no Arabian project in the cartoon is so successful to be amazing.Just the Western and particularly American thesis is pragmatic.
Basically a pilot for the cartoon
This movie is the weakest of the 3 Aladdin movies. This movie is nothing but a pilot for the cartoon that debuted shortly after the release of this video. The fact that it is just a pilot for the TV show is further demonstrated by the fact that it is just over an hour long and that it features one of the show recurring villains(Abis Mal). Aladdin and the King of Thieves is a much better sequel than this one.
What is wrong with this movie... absolutely nothing
Now come on this is a great movie. I don't know what people mean when they say the acting was bad. Jonathon Freeman, Gilbert Gottfried, Jason Alexander, Dan Castellaneta and even Jim Cummings all did great jobs here. The songs were great. As much as I hate Iago being a "good guy" it was still a great movie. It was nothing like Aladdin but who cares? Not me and nobody should judge it because of Aladdin the first. I didn't care about the animation because it was good enough. You could still tell what was going on. You should all stop complaining and realize that this is a great movie. Some parts were rushed and some parts were pointless but they do make up for it. It was better than The King Of Thieves because the animation gets even worse. The Return Of Jafar is a great movie for all Aladdin fans .
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