* AccidentalInnuendo: Some of Piloff's dialogue in the scene where Bartok is trying to rescue her could come off as sexual if taken out of context.
* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Is Zozi always trying to talk Bartok out of doing nice things or it ReversePsychology at work?
* AwesomeArt: Seeing as this is the only sequel to his films Don Bluth has actually been involved with, it's no surprised that the AuthorsSavingThrow is the animation. In particular, Dragon!Ludmilla is ''really'' cool!
* CreatorsPet: The entire reason that Bartok, a minor comic relief character in ''WesternAnimation/{{Anastasia}}'', got his own movie was because then head of Fox Chris Melindantri wanted to [[MoneyDearBoy wring out as much as he could]] from the positive responses he got.
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Late in the film, Bartok gets fed up with Baba Yaga's riddles, [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech chews her out]] and [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere storms out of her house in a huff]]--only for him to come back and find her in tears over it. Bartok [[JerkassRealization quickly realizes she isn't as bad of a person as he thought]], and apologizes to her, crying in turn--this act of compassion ends up solving Baba Yaga's final challenge.
* EarWorm: Baba Yaga's jazzy song number "Someones In My House Tonight".
* EvilIsSexy: Some people find Ludmilla hot.
* FetishFuel: If the comments on [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqipZjeUCVs&index=1&list=FLxe61f5GeKWRoTC9YtTt11w this video]] are anything to go by, Ludmilla's dragon transformation caused some young male viewers to experience [[RagingStiffie certain bodily changes of their own]].
* HilariousInHindsight: Ludmilla was perpetually sashaying before [[VideoGames/SonicAdventure2 Rouge The Bat]] made it cool.
* HumorDissonance: Viewers may disagree with Prince Ivan and Vol on just how funny Bartok is.
* JerkassWoobie: Baba Yaga is antisocial and grouchy towards Bartok, but given she has a bad reputation among Russia for no good reason and got framed for kidnapping Prince Ivan, it makes sense she'd be irritable. Bartok ends up bringing out the best in her when he does something no one else has--showing compassion towards her.
* NightmareFuel: The giant skull preceding Baba Yaga's house. The combo of the low-grade CGI and voice work by Creator/TimCurry don't help.
* NightmareRetardant: Dragon Ludmilla. Her transformation is definitely unsettling and grotesque, but the final result, a giant fat pink dragon, is not very imposing.
* ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs: There's UglyCute and then there's this. The whole thing comes with a NightmareFuel warning due to how messed-up everything looks.
* {{Sequelitis}}: The film isn't considered bad and has pretty good animation, especially considering it's a direct to video release, but few consider it to be anywhere as good as Anastasia. It's generally just seen as an [[SoOkayItsAverage average]] spinoff.
* TheScrappy: Bartok was considered humorous in ''Anastasia'' because he played the minor role of a [[PunchClockVillain sarcastic sidekick]] to the bad guy. Here, he's plopped into the major role of a hero with little of his previous traits, which makes him more bland and irritating than in his debut.
* SoOkayItsAverage: The general consensus of the film--it's considered far better than the other sequels to Don Bluth films (this one being directed by Bluth himself certainly helped) but it's still considered a rather average kid flick, and not up to par with Don's best work.
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