Great animation but I didn't think the story was as well executed as it could've been.
Vaguely remember watching this and liking it.
over 2 years
I watched this in IB History, lol
almost 4 years
Not historically accurate but I loved it growing up.
Simple plot, but cute and charming.
Possibly my favorite animated flick of all time. Fantastic music, amazing movie.
Annika Løchte Taylor
over 5 years
A favourite of mine from my childhood. It's a shame the real story didn't end like this.
Rich layered animation, inspired voice acting and wonderful memorable songs! A delight
over 6 years
Heartwarming and captivating fun and romance and the search to find family.
almost 7 years
Different from the average Disney and good!
This movie pushed me to seek the history of the stories I love as a little girl.
over 7 years
The Disney movie that's not a Disney movie. I remember liking this more than a little bit.
Anastasia is a 1997 American animated musical film produced and directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman. It was the first feature film to be released by Fox Animation Studios.
The idea for the film originates from Fox's 1956 live-action film version of the same name. The plot is loosely based on an urban legend which claimed that Anastasia, the youngest daughter of the last monarch of Imperial Russia, in fact survived the execution of her family, and thus takes various liberties with historical fact.
In 1916, Tsar Nicholas II hosts a ball at the Catherine Palace to celebrate the Romanov tricentennial. At the ball, his mother, the Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna (Angela Lansbury), gives the eight-year-old Grand Duchess Anastasia (Kirsten Dunst/Lacey Chabert) a music box and a necklace reading “Together in Paris” to ease her favorite granddaughter’s loneliness while Marie is away in Paris. The ball is suddenly interrupted by the arrival of Grigori Rasputin (Christopher Lloyd/Jim...