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Aladdin – One of Disney’s Greatest

October 22, 2015

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Aladdin – One of Disney’s Greatest - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Oct 22, 2015
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Now for the first time ever, a whole new world of Disneys ALADDIN is revealed in a whole new way on Blu-ray. Watch Haleys video review of Aladdin Diamond Edition on Kidzworld!

Reviewed by Haley P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, Age 12

Haley's Aladdin Video Review

 

Aladdin is an amazing classic and one of my favorites.  It is a wonderful fairy tale that makes you want to see more even after it is finished.

This movie is about a boy named Aladdin (Scott Weinger) with his pet monkey named Abu (Frank Welker) who are considered street rats in the town.  Then there is the Sultan (Douglas Seale), his daughter, Princess Jasmine (Linda Larkin), his evil advisor, Jafar (Jonathan Freeman) who live in the Palace and also a genie (Robin Williams).  The Sultan tells his daughter, Princes Jasmine that she has to find someone to marry. She is tired of being forced to stay in the palace and wants to live her life without her father telling her what to do and who to marry.  She sneaks away from the palace.  When she gets into trouble at the marketplace, Aladdin rescues her and they run off together.  However, Aladdin gets thrown in jail by Jafar, and caught up into his evil plot to take over the land with the help of a genie in a lamp.

Aladdin and JasminAladdin and JasminCourtesy of Disney

My favorite part is when Aladdin rubs the lamp and the genie appears.  He starts singing a song about all the things he can do.  I also liked the part where Jafar steals the lamp and wishes the genie to turn him into a Sultan.  The parrot then shoves crackers into the original Sultan’s mouth as payback.  It was hysterical.

Aladdin holding the lampAladdin holding the lamp

My favorite character is Abu because he is always saving Aladdin when he gets into trouble.  He is an awesome sidekick, even though he keeps trying to steal everything.  All the characters do an amazing job of playing their parts. The animation was fabulous. It really made the movie come alive!  The moral of the story is no matter how many lies you tell, the truth will always come out. 

Abu and the magic carpetAbu and the magic carpetCourtesy of Disney

There is even a bonus feature that shows a deleted song made for Jafar named “My Finest Hour.”  The producers and directors discussed for a while about a part in the movie where Jafar would have his own song.  However, they decided not to use it.  I liked song because it puts more emphasis on how evil Jafar really is.

Jafar and YagoJafar and YagoCourtesy of Disney

I think this movie is good for ages 5 through 18. Both boys and girls will watch this movie because it has the fairytale for the girls and the action for the boys. If you don’t have this movie, you will be missing out on something special.  I give this movie a 5 out of 5 dazzling stars. Aladdin is now available on DVD/Blu-ray/Digital so check it out. 

Aladdin Diamond Edition Rating:5

Aladdin Diamond Edition Blu-ray CoverAladdin Diamond Edition Blu-ray CoverCourtesy of Disney