- Rated: PG
- Run Time: 1 hours, 27 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: March 17, 2009
- Originally Released: 2001
- Label: 20th Century Fox
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case - Sensormatic
- Single Side - Dual Layer
- Aspect Ratio: Letterbox - 1.85
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 1.85
- Dolby Digital 2.0 - English
- Dolby Digital 2.0 - French
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
- Additional Release Material:
- Music Video
- Extended Scenes with Optional Commentary
- Audio Commentary: Steve Carr - Director
- Storyboard-to-Film Comparisons
- MAKING MOVIE MAGIC WITH RHYTHM AND HUGHES
- A KID'S GUIDE TO GRIZZLIES
- WILD ON THE SET
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- TV Spots
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Raven Symone &
Reni Santoni &
USA Today - 06/22/2001
"...In its heart, this is a romantic movie..."
Variety - 06/25/2001
"...DR. DOLITTLE 2 has all the symptoms of a sure-fire smash hit. With Eddie Murphy once again in fine form....He's ingratiating and extremely amusing..."
New York Times - 06/22/2001
"...DR. DOLITTLE 2 swerves happily and unexpectedly into old-fashioned power to the people (I mean, animals) social realism....DR. DOLITTLE 2 offers benign Darwinian amusement for young animal lovers..."
Sight and Sound - 08/01/2001
"...The broad, slightly salty nature of the humour marks a refreshing change from the anodyne comedy of so many children's movies....[Murphy's] performance is a quiet marvel..."
Total Film - 09/01/2001
"...The film boasts an impressive roster of voice talent..."
Los Angeles Times - 06/22/2001
"...[The film] features an engaging performance by the continually remarkable Murphy..."
The sequel to Eddie Murphy's smash hit family comedy, DR DOLITTLE, will certainly not disappoint fans of the first film. Murphy returns as the doctor, who has now garnered some measure of fame for his communication abilities, at least among the animal kingdom. Dolittle is also dealing with his rebellious teenage daughter (Raven Symone). But he drops everything when he's summoned by "The Beaver," the Godfather figure of the local forest, to help the animals preserve their home by stopping an overly aggressive lumber company. To save the forest, Dolittle has to take a trained performing bear (also an endangered species, who is endearingly voiced by Steve Zahn)--and introduce him to the wild to find a mate. Zahn's bear, who would rather star on Broadway than hibernate in the woods, is the comedic heart of the film, but there's an entertaining array of colorful animal characters, including Lucky the dog (Norm Macdonald reprising his role from the first film) and Pepito (Jacob Vargas), a chameleon who can't quite seem to blend in. Director Steve Carr (NEXT FRIDAY) keeps things light and lively, creating another surefire hit for Murphy and his animal crew.
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