1992 "Wish granted!"
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Released: 25 November 1992 Released
Producted By: Walt Disney Pictures
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Princess Jasmine grows tired of being forced to remain in the palace, so she sneaks out into the marketplace, in disguise, where she meets street-urchin Aladdin. The couple falls in love, although Jasmine may only marry a prince. After being thrown in jail, Aladdin becomes embroiled in a plot to find a mysterious lamp, with which the evil Jafar hopes to rule the land.

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Lawbolisted Powerful
MoPoshy Absolutely brilliant
Donald Seymour This is one of the best movies I’ve seen in a very long time. You have to go and see this on the big screen.
Arianna Moses Let me be very fair here, this is not the best movie in my opinion. But, this movie is fun, it has purpose and is very enjoyable to watch.
classicsoncall No question Robin Williams delivers in a trademark role here as the wise cracking, ad-libbing Blue Genie, but I also got a kick out of Gilbert Gottfried's voice work for Iago the Parrot. And that's saying something, because otherwise, in a take it or leave it situation with Gottfried, I'd always leave it. The story is classic Disney, colorful and song filled, with an interesting balance of villains and heroes. The back and forth with the magic lamp gets a little played out after a while, but I thought the ending had an ironic twist with Sorceror Jafar (Jonathan Freeman) wishing to be the most powerful genie in the world. In effect, he got double whammied by the law of unintended consequences and a severe lesson in 'be careful what you wish for'.
Osmosis Iron This is among the best animated movies Disney has put out! The animation is superb as always. Aladdin makes for a great hero, upbeat but with a lot of problems to overcome, even with the help of a genie! The Genie himself is a total hoot and steals the show, changing his form to imaginative things and cracking jokes like he is in a Marx bros movie! Jafar is a great villain, insidious and also a powerful threat physically thanks to his magic! The rest of the cast is also great, everyone is contributing something to the story or providing laughs! A true animated classic!
OneEightNine Media This is the fourth animated classic Disney film I watched this month. I am currently tackling the Aladdin trilogy. And maybe even the Lion King trilogy if I am not too burnt out on classic Disney animation by then. Anyway, this is one of the mega hits from the 90s, the silver age of Disney animation.. if you ignore the 60's-80's filler films the studio pumped out. Anyway, the late Robin Williams steals the show and really puts this film over the top with his performance as the big blue lovable clown. Good stuff.
Filipe Neto This film tells the story of Aladdin, a vagabond who will use the Genie powers to win the heart of Jasmine, the daughter of the Sultan. Directed by Ron Clements and John Musker, who also ensure the script, it has voice actors as Scott Weinger, Robin Williams and Linda Larkin. With a soundtrack written by Alan Menken, it won two Oscars, for Best Original Song and Best Original Score.This film, visibly inspired by "Arabian Nights" and the Islamic ambiance, is one of the best Disney movies before they started opting for computerization. The script is excellent and is based on the classic impossible love of rich girl with the poor guy. Romantic and original, this film was, for many children, the first contact with a love story. It conveys an important moral maxim: love can overcome all barriers and bring people together.The characters are deeply interesting: Aladdin is the typical vagabond of humble origin, who knows survive on the streets but has a good heart. Jasmine is a stubborn princess, full of personality. Jafar, the villain, is the Sultan's minister and only thinks of taking power by the easiest possible way. Genie, the genie of the lamp, is a magical character who can do almost anything. Destined to spend eternity serving those who find him, only grants three wishes and is the largest comic element of the film.The work of designers is excellent, at the level of the best that Disney has ever done. Colorful, with soft but realistic lines, its visually appealing and pleasant. The voice actors did a great job but Robin Williams, who voiced the Genie, deserves a special positive highlight. The soundtrack fulfills her role with great brilliance and stands out over almost the entire film, with musical moments of great quality. One, perhaps the most famous, is "Arabian Nights", which comes early in the film. But the most acclaimed by the critic is the song "A Whole New World", sung by Aladdin and Jasmine, hoping to discover together the world around them.