Day 28: Favorite sequel
This is personally the best Disney sequel I’ve seen. (Well technically, it’s a midquel.) This film is not one of those slap-on stories that Disney sometimes do with their sequels. It actually follows the original story very well and still manages to stand on its own. 
Bambi 2 begins after Bambi lost his mother and is taken in by his father. His father, the Great Prince of the Forest, has never taken care of a fawn before so he has no idea what to do. He was going to pass the job to another doe, but, as the bond between father and son grew, he changed his mind.

It’s a very touching story, and the art work for this movie is just amazing. It’s not like one of those choppy ill-prepared animation. It’s actually smooth and detailed. All the original characters are here, and they’re just as adorable as the first movie.

You even get to see the evil buck from the first movie as a young fawn. 

If you haven’t seen this movie, I seriously recommend it. 

Day 28: Favorite sequel

This is personally the best Disney sequel I’ve seen. (Well technically, it’s a midquel.) This film is not one of those slap-on stories that Disney sometimes do with their sequels. It actually follows the original story very well and still manages to stand on its own. 

Bambi 2 begins after Bambi lost his mother and is taken in by his father. His father, the Great Prince of the Forest, has never taken care of a fawn before so he has no idea what to do. He was going to pass the job to another doe, but, as the bond between father and son grew, he changed his mind.

It’s a very touching story, and the art work for this movie is just amazing. It’s not like one of those choppy ill-prepared animation. It’s actually smooth and detailed. All the original characters are here, and they’re just as adorable as the first movie.

You even get to see the evil buck from the first movie as a young fawn. 

If you haven’t seen this movie, I seriously recommend it.