The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue

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The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue is a 1997 direct-to-video sequel to the 1987 film, The Brave Little Toaster, and the second film in the Brave Little Toaster trilogy.

Why It Rocks

  1. Pretty good animation, for a direct to video sequel.
  2. The story was pretty good, too.
  3. The characters are still likable (even Toaster himself, and Kirby, whose character here is an improvement over that of the original movie).
  4. Radio is still a very funny character, no matter who he is voiced by.
  5. "Do your best, because now you have Radio's best inside of you."
  6. The voice acting is still very good, as much of the voice cast from the first movie returned.
  7. The climax was awesome.
  8. Great soundtrack composed by Alexander Janko.
  9. The movie has some pretty hilarious humor.
  10. The new characters are great.
  11. A nice setup from the first movie.
  12. Radio giving up his tube to help Toaster and his friends was an emotional and sad scene.
  13. It shows that you have to take great care of animals without hurting them.
  14. Out of the Brave Little Toaster sequels, this was considered more enjoyable than The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars by fans.

Bad Qualities

  1. The story can be predictable sometimes.
  2. Ratso can be a jerk at times.
  3. The cover was a little misleading (Radio was supposed to be with the gang during the chase, but he didn't).
  4. Roger Kabler's voice performance as Radio in this movie is a little bit of a step-down from Jon Lovitz in the first film.
    • Eric Lloyd's performance as Blanky, while not bad, is weaker than that of Timothy E. Day's in the first movie as well.
  5. While emotional, the scene where the appliances get angry at Radio for accidentally destroying the tube was kind of mean-spirited.
  6. While it was released in the UK in 1997, it was released in the USA after The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars, which lead to some confusion over which film it was in chronological order.