The lightweight and fun third sequel to Disney's "Lilo & Stitch," Tony Craig and Robert Gannaway's "Leroy & Stitch" is a capable end to the animated, sci-fi series. Featuring memorable characters and colorful designs, the film, though limited, is effectively entertaining.
Built on the themes of family and belonging that enriched the previous films, "Leroy and Stitch" finds Lilo, Stitch, and the gang tackling adventures in and out of Hawaii and the galaxy. New characters are introduced as lessons about the importance of finding a true home are learned.
The animation is limited, but the energy and designs are buoyant enough to elevate the enterprise. The strong mix of heart and fun make for an inviting combination.
Though it does not approach the quality of its inspiration, "Leroy and Stitch" is solid. Audiences of all ages will be suitably entertained and, in small measure, even enchanted.