Walt Disney Pictures (presents)
Box Office Gross: $504,050,219
the city, she sneaks out to
aid of a mysterious lamp.
person who is a diamond
in the rough can retrieve the
Wonders. Aladdin might
fit that description, but
Jim Cummings - Razoul
Lea Salonga - Princess
Jasmine (singing voice)
Story/Visual Development - Francis Glebas
Lima, Rebecca Rees, David S. Smith, Chris Sanders,
Brian Pimental & Patrick A. Ventura
ALADDIN is a kind of Disney animated classic that takes on a magic carpet ride, it also relies on three goodies, romance, action and the main thing of the movie that emphasises on is pure comedy. I remember previously watching it when I was very little and then again, I was 12, now in last year, I do notice some flaws in this old childhood feature like the opening, but it's better off in-discussed. I enjoyed everything in the movie such as Robin Williams’s manically vocal performance as the Genie which makes me laugh, the way his character acts and does celebrity impersonations like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jack Nicholson, Groucho Marx, Peter Lorre and Rodney Dangerfield which he improvises mostly, exquisite characterizations and the fantastic songs by Alan Menken such as the best, the enchanting and romantic tune “A Whole New World”.
How wondrous is that ALADDIN happened to be the first animated film to use cultural references which is why the writers got the idea to turn the first SHREK into an entertaining feature and it happened to be a harmless piece of entertainment, not a stereotyped and offensive flick that the Arabs thought of it. Ether way, it's still got a lot of excitement and Disney magic.
Star rating: (4/5) Good Movie