Meanwhile, Jafar's black lamp is discovered by an idiot crook called Abis Mal. Reception On the review aggregator website , the film has an overall approval rating of 33% based on 12 reviews collected, with a weighted average score of 3. Genie is finally back and must take on a magic duel against Jafar, whose dirty tricks land Aladdin and Jasmine in the dungeons. His first wish is to return to Agrabah Palace as he performed entertainment to the sultan in 1. Former vizier-usurper Jafar was banished to a genie lamp, but is dug up by ambitious simpleton crook Abis Mal, whom Jafar manages to manipulate his three wishes so he can regain his power and return to Agrabah for revenge.
Iago is revealed, however, when Abu and Rajah chase him into the banquet. His egotistic formerly trusted parrot Iago has already managed to cash in on the palace's gratitude, but is facing conflicting loyalties when his former master reveals himself to him. Aladdin rescues Iago and they all get to safety as Jafar's magic is undone, restoring the Palace gardens and Carpet. . As in the film, Iago escapes from Jafar and does his best to respect Aladdin, Jasmine, Sora, Donald and Goofy, although Jafar coerces him into aiding him in his revenge, almost damaging Iago's friendship with Aladdin and Sora, but he redeems himself after taking a blow for Aladdin which almost claims his life.
The Sultan, however, grows suspicious of Aladdin for defending Iago, but agrees to issue a temporary for Iago for the time being, with the stipulation that Aladdin is to keep an eye on him. Running time 69 minutes Country United States Language English The Return of Jafar also known as Aladdin 2: The Return of Jafar is a 1994 American produced by. During a confrontation with Aladdin and Abu, the three are attacked by Abis Mal and his men, and Iago inadvertently saves Aladdin's life. But things begin to look up when Genie returns from his trip around the world. It's clear right from the outset that Disney put very little effort into the production of The Return of Jafar, particularly in the realm of animation. And despite the fact that he was freed from his lamp at the end of the first film, the genie now voiced by Dan Castellaneta is back and wackier than ever.
Genie is finally back and must take on a magic duel against Jafar, whose dirty tricks land Aladdin and Jasmine in the dungeons. Though Agrabah is now under Jafar's control, and realizing that Jafar is too dangerous to be left alive, Aladdin vows to stop him by destroying his lamp, which is the only way to kill Jafar. Another direct-to-video sequel, , was released in 1996. This fight also takes place in the second game, , and its PlayStation 2 remake. Written by Quotes : I got it! It was titled The Return of Aladdin. The Peddler, at the beginning, comes across Jafar's lamp, but sells it to Aladdin, Sora, Donald and Goofy for a rare artifact in the Cave of Wonders. Castellaneta does the best he can with the material, but generally comes up short particularly when compared with Robin Williams's manic performance from the original.
I could wish for the famed treasure chest of King Malakhan! Meanwhile, in the desert, Iago escapes from Jafar's lamp and, tired of being taken for granted by Jafar, refuses to heed Jafar's demands to free him. A post-credits scene reveals that Abis Mal survived, stuck in a tree, realizing that his third wish will never be granted. A second playable character, Riku, also fights the boss in his mode. Iago decides to leave altogether, but is perplexed when the other guys don't ask anything further of him and thank him for freeing them. Impressed with the animation dailies, then-Disney chairman allowed for the first half to be animated in Australia while the climax was animated in Japan. By using Abis Mal, Jafar makes his way back to Agrabah with ideas of payback for Aladdin and his friends.
His egotistic formerly trusted parrot Iago has already managed to cash in on the palace's gratitude, but is facing conflicting loyalties when his former master reveals himself to him. Aladdin: The Return of Jafar 1994 The sultan is grooming Aladdin as new vizier, future son-in-law and heir to the throne of Agrabah, stirring palatial unrest. Be that as it may, things look into when Genie comes back from his trek far and wide. Iago is given the task of finding the right master for Jafar to manipulate. As Iago begins to grow fond of Aladdin, Jafar sneaks into the palace with Abis Mal's help and confronts him, forcing him to help him take revenge on Aladdin. Synopsis The sultan is grooming Aladdin as new vizier, future son-in-law and heir to the throne of Agrabah, stirring palatial unrest. To make it worse for Aladdin, Abis Mal wants revenge on him as well, due to a recent encounter in Agrabah! By utilizing Abis Mal, Jafar advances back to Agrabah with thoughts of payback for Aladdin and his companions.
Jafar transforms into his Genie form, incapacitates the Genie, shatters Carpet, splits open the Palace gardens and creates a pool of where he traps Aladdin on a sinking rock. Still yearning for adventures, Aladdin foils the robbery of a criminal group led by Abis Mal, stealing their loot and returning it to the people of Agrabah. Genie and Iago help them reconcile, and Jasmine agrees to give Iago a chance. Aladdin is adjusting to his new life as part of the upper crust. 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.
Instead, Iago turns against the former grand vizier, and drops the lamp in a well, with Jafar trapped inside! He and Princess Jasmine may not be married yet, but the pressures of palace society have already begun. Only striking the lamp has any effect on Jafar's health. Aladdin desperately speaks up for Iago and tries to convince the Sultan to pardon him, but Jasmine is left heartbroken that Aladdin didn't confide in her. Another character who is not the same is the Genie. It is the first sequel to the 1992 film , and serves as the pilot to the. His second wish is for an army of soldiers to pursue Aladdin and Jasmine when they catch on to Jafar's presence. From battling elusive villains atop winged horses, to dodging flames inside an exploding lava pit, it's up to Aladdin - with Princess Jasmine and the outrageously funny Genie by his side - to save the kingdom once and for all.
The battle is once again visited in and. Are you quite all right? Hindered by his incompetent master, Jafar manipulates Abis Mal into wasting his first two wishes and enlists his help in taking revenge on Aladdin, in exchange for granting him a special third wish. I thought that was your wish. Meanwhile, Iago has returned to the city, and obviously, most people do not trust him, but Aladdin begins to. At the palace, the Genie returns after seeing the world, having missed his friends greatly.