Although of a slightly higher quality than Disney's previous made-for-video animated sequels, THE LION KING II: SIMBA'S PRIDE comes nowhere near the level of its big-screen predecessor (which is the fourth-highest grossing film of all-time worldwide), either musically or artistically.
Kiara (voice of Neve Campbell), the daughter of Simba the Lion King (voice of Matthew Broderick) and his mate Nala (voice of Moira Kelly), is a free-spirit who is always wandering off in the African Pride Lands. Escaping her bumbling babysitters Timon (voice of Nathan Lane) and Pumbaa (voice of
Ernie Sabella), Kiara runs off to the forbidden Outlands. There, she befriends Kovu (voi...