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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Leroy. Granted, he's only a red, evil, more aggressive Stitch who gets cloned shortly after his creation, really only plays second fiddle to Hämsterviel, and receives [[OneShotCharacter no other]] ([[VideoGame/DisneyTsumTsum in-universe]]) [[OneShotCharacter appearances after this movie]], but fans enjoy watching him nonetheless. Plus, he's the closest thing to what Stitch could have been like if he never reformed, making him more interesting in that regard.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: EnsembleDarkHorse: Leroy. Granted, he's only a red, evil, more aggressive Stitch who gets cloned shortly after his creation, really only plays second fiddle to Hämsterviel, and receives [[OneShotCharacter no other]] ([[VideoGame/DisneyTsumTsum in-universe]]) [[OneShotCharacter appearances after this movie]], but fans enjoy watching him nonetheless. Plus, he's the closest thing to what Stitch could have been like if he never reformed, making him more interesting in that regard.



* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on there[[/note]] and was ranked on WebVideo/WatchMojo's list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''[[MissionPackSequel entirely]]'' [[MissionPackSequel unnecessary.]]")

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* {{Sequelitis}}: This film Like with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'', this is often seen as {{downplayed|Trope}}. ''Leroy & Stitch'' does a lackluster conclusion to decent job of giving ''The Series'', Series'' a proper ending and watching the experiments use their powers and abilities to fight back against the Leroy clones is great, but the ending is very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel predictable,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having Leroy is nothing more than a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by of Stitch, his [[spoiler:song-based fail-safe]] is a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), DeusExMachina, and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, This all makes it seems seem like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]although, it out. This is tied best summed up with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on there[[/note]] and was what WebVideo/WatchMojo said of the film; although they ranked on WebVideo/WatchMojo's list of the it at number 10 in their [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, Sequels",]] they said, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''[[MissionPackSequel entirely]]'' [[MissionPackSequel unnecessary.]]")]]"


* MoralEventHorizon: Hämsterviel crosses it when he tries to [[KillEmAll wipe out all the experiments]][[note]]and, unintentionally, [[AlphaBitch Mertle]]--hey, she may be a {{jerkass}}, but she doesn't deserve such a cruel death[[/note]] at once.

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* MoralEventHorizon: Hämsterviel crosses it when he tries to [[KillEmAll wipe out all the experiments]][[note]]and, unintentionally, [[AlphaBitch Mertle]]--hey, she may be a {{jerkass}}, but Mertle]]. {{Jerkass}} or not, she doesn't deserve such a cruel death[[/note]] at once.


* EnsembleDarkhorse: Leroy. Granted, he's only a red, evil, more aggressive Stitch who gets cloned shortly after his creation, really only plays second fiddle to Hämsterviel, and receives [[OneShotCharacter no other appearances after this movie]], but fans enjoy watching him nonetheless. Plus, he's the closest thing to what Stitch could have been like if he never reformed, making him more interesting in that regard.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Leroy. Granted, he's only a red, evil, more aggressive Stitch who gets cloned shortly after his creation, really only plays second fiddle to Hämsterviel, and receives [[OneShotCharacter no other other]] ([[VideoGame/DisneyTsumTsum in-universe]]) [[OneShotCharacter appearances after this movie]], but fans enjoy watching him nonetheless. Plus, he's the closest thing to what Stitch could have been like if he never reformed, making him more interesting in that regard.


* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on there[[/note]] and was ranked on WebVideo/WatchMojo's list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' unnecessary.")

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* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on there[[/note]] and was ranked on WebVideo/WatchMojo's list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' ''[[MissionPackSequel entirely]]'' [[MissionPackSequel unnecessary.")]]")


* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]Although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on the latter site[[/note]] and was ranked on WebVideo/WatchMojo's list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' unnecessary.")

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* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]Although, Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on the latter site[[/note]] there[[/note]] and was ranked on WebVideo/WatchMojo's list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' unnecessary.")



** The montage set to Elvis Presley [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOYf0OjotOM singing "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry".]], when Stitch, Pleakley, Jumba, and Lilo realize that their happy ending isn't as happy as they thought.

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** The montage set to Elvis Presley [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOYf0OjotOM singing "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry".]], Cry",]] when Stitch, Pleakley, Jumba, and Lilo realize that their happy ending isn't as happy as they thought.


* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Creator/{{Netflix}} and Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]Although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on the latter site[[/note]] and was ranked on WebVideo/WatchMojo's list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' unnecessary.")

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* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Creator/{{Netflix}} and Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]Although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on the latter site[[/note]] and was ranked on WebVideo/WatchMojo's list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' unnecessary.")


* EnsembleDarkhorse: Leroy. Granted, he's only a red, evil, more aggressive Stitch who gets cloned shortly after his creation, really only plays second fiddle to Hämsterviel, and receives [[OneShotCharacter no other appearances after this movie]], but fans enjoy watching him nonetheless. Plus, he's the closest thing to what Stitch could have been like if he never reformed, making him more interesting in that regard.



** Hell, the fact that this is the last time we see Lilo and Stitch living together in the franchise since every ''Lilo & Stitch'' work made after this film (the aforementioned anime and ''Animation/StitchAndAi'') takes him away from her. Aloha 'oe, indeed...

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** Hell, the fact that this is the last time we see Lilo and Stitch living together in the franchise since every ''Lilo & Stitch'' work made after this film (the aforementioned anime and ''Animation/StitchAndAi'') takes him away from her. her, with ''The Series''[='=]s own producers expressing a disinterest in returning to Hawaii in favor of separating the duo and giving Stitch new families elsewhere on Earth. Aloha 'oe, ʻoe, indeed...



* MoralEventHorizon: Hämsterviel crosses it when he tries to [[KillEmAll wipe out all the experiments at once]].

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* MoralEventHorizon: Hämsterviel crosses it when he tries to [[KillEmAll wipe out all the experiments experiments]][[note]]and, unintentionally, [[AlphaBitch Mertle]]--hey, she may be a {{jerkass}}, but she doesn't deserve such a cruel death[[/note]] at once]].once.



* UnnecessaryMakeover: Victoria gets her hair cut by Clip in a brief scene in this movie, but fans still prefer her old ponytail. A {{Downplayed|Trope}} example however since she's only a minor character and only gets a couple brief appearances in this film.

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* UnnecessaryMakeover: Victoria gets her hair cut by Clip in a brief scene in this movie, but fans still prefer her old ponytail. A {{Downplayed|Trope}} example however {{Downplayed|Trope}}, however, since she's only a minor character and only gets a couple brief appearances in this film.

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See also the [[YMMV/LiloAndStitchTheSeries YMMV page]] for the TV series that precedes this.
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Music/ElvisPresley's music returns to the ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' franchise for the final time in this film. The ending even uses one of his most iconic songs, "Jailhouse Rock".

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Music/ElvisPresley's music returns to the ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' ''Franchise/LiloAndStitch'' franchise for the final time in this film. The ending even uses one of his most iconic songs, "Jailhouse Rock".


* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Creator/{{Netflix}} and Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]Although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on the latter site[[/note]] and was ranked on [=WatchMojo=]'s list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' unnecessary.")

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* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Creator/{{Netflix}} and Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]Although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on the latter site[[/note]] and was ranked on [=WatchMojo=]'s WebVideo/WatchMojo's list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' unnecessary.")


* MoralEventHorizon: Hämsterviel crosses it when he tries to [[KillEmAll wipe out all the experiments at once.]]
* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Creator/{{Netflix}} and Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]Although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on the latter site[[/note]] and was ranked on [=WatchMojo=]'s list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameSoItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' unnecessary.")

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* MoralEventHorizon: Hämsterviel crosses it when he tries to [[KillEmAll wipe out all the experiments at once.]]
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* {{Sequelitis}}: This film is often seen as a lackluster conclusion to ''The Series'', ending very predictably,[[note]]Hämsterviel is defeated, Gantu gets his old job back, 625 gets named and stops being lazy, and Jumba, Pleakley and Stitch [[IChooseToStay all decide to stay on Earth with Lilo]]; none of these are really surprising.[[/note]] having a rather {{flat|Character}} EvilDoppelganger as the titular antagonist, said antagonist can be defeated by a rather lame DeusExMachina (all it takes is to [[spoiler:''sing a song'']]), and we still don't get to see what most of the other unseen experiments look like. (Some never-before-seen experiments do show up, and we see a list of experiment names in the credits, but that's really it.) In all, it seems like Disney made this movie just to give the ''Lilo & Stitch'' franchise some sort of conclusion regardless of how well it would turn out, and it shows. ''Leroy & Stitch'' has the lowest average rating of all four ''Lilo & Stitch'' films on Creator/{{Netflix}} and Website/{{IMDb}},[[note]]Although, it is tied with ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'' on the latter site[[/note]] and was ranked on [=WatchMojo=]'s list of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEl6cXB_riA "Top 10 Worst Straight to DVD Disney Sequels"]] at #10. (Although [=WatchMojo=] says, "The movie itself isn't ''unwatchable'', [[ItsTheSameSoItSucks [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks just more of the same]] and ''entirely'' unnecessary.")


** Hell, the fact that this is the last time we see Lilo and Stitch living together in the franchise since every [i]Lilo & Stitch[/i] work made after this film (the aforementioned anime and ''Animation/StitchAndAi'') takes him away from her. Aloha 'oe, indeed...

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** Hell, the fact that this is the last time we see Lilo and Stitch living together in the franchise since every [i]Lilo ''Lilo & Stitch[/i] Stitch'' work made after this film (the aforementioned anime and ''Animation/StitchAndAi'') takes him away from her. Aloha 'oe, indeed...


** Hell, the fact that this is the last time we see Lilo and Stitch living together in the franchise, since every work in the franchise made after this film (the aforementioned anime and ''Animation/StitchAndAi'') takes him away from her. Aloha 'oe, indeed...

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** Hell, the fact that this is the last time we see Lilo and Stitch living together in the franchise, franchise since every [i]Lilo & Stitch[/i] work in the franchise made after this film (the aforementioned anime and ''Animation/StitchAndAi'') takes him away from her. Aloha 'oe, indeed...



-->'''Lilo:''' Nani says Aloha means "hello" and "goodbye"... But for us, it mostly just seems to mean "goodbye".

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-->'''Lilo:''' Nani says Aloha means "hello" and "goodbye"... But for us, it mostly just seems to mean "goodbye"."goodbye".
* UnnecessaryMakeover: Victoria gets her hair cut by Clip in a brief scene in this movie, but fans still prefer her old ponytail. A {{Downplayed|Trope}} example however since she's only a minor character and only gets a couple brief appearances in this film.


* HarsherInHindsight: If you've seen [[Anime/{{Stitch}} the anime]] that follows this film, then you know that [[spoiler:Lilo and Stitch would eventually go their separate ways for good]].
** This heavily depends on its canonicity, however.

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* HarsherInHindsight: HarsherInHindsight:
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If you've seen [[Anime/{{Stitch}} the anime]] that follows this film, then you know that [[spoiler:Lilo and Stitch would eventually go their separate ways for good]].
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** Hell, the fact that this is the last time we see Lilo and Stitch living together in the franchise, since every work in the franchise made after this film (the aforementioned anime and ''Animation/StitchAndAi'') takes him away from her. Aloha 'oe, indeed...

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