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Dónal Kennedy 12 months ago
Far better than it was received. An ambitious Verne-inspired adventure
Anders Klingsheim over 6 years ago
YES! Good animation and original story!
Fae over 6 years ago
I really enjoyed this movie and still do. It's so fascinating for an animated movie.
Salena G almost 7 years ago
Pretty good movie. I prefer animal movies. Kida is my favorite Disney princess though.
Dom Allan almost 7 years ago
Fun Disney movie!
Daisuki Darko over 7 years ago
Fantastic. Great characters, has a sense of danger (seen by most of the crew dying).
Denise Fleming over 7 years ago
I had a crush on the chick with the white hair.
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
Average Disney movie at best. I was super pumped for it too. Slight disappointment.
Don Lathrop 11 months ago
Hiram Soto 1 year ago
Giorgia over 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
Jacqueline O 2 years ago
Bèsø Ðuŋ 2 years ago
Loran Keyse 2 years ago
Flo HM over 2 years ago
Juli Anna J. H. over 2 years ago
Norppa over 2 years ago
Atlantis: The Lost Empire is a 2001 American animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation. Written by Tab Murphy, directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise, and produced by Don Hahn, it is the first science fiction film in the Disney animated features canon and the 41st overall. The film features an ensemble cast with the voice talents of Michael J. Fox, Cree Summer, James Garner, Claudia Christian, Corey Burton, Don Novello, Phil Morris, Jacqueline Obradors, Leonard Nimoy, John Mahoney, Florence Stanley, and Jim Varney in his final role. Set in 1914, the film tells the story of a young linguist who gains possession of a sacred book which he believes will guide him and an expedition crew to the lost city of Atlantis. Development for the film began after the directors and producer finished The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996). Instead of doing another musical, the team decided to do an action-adventure film inspired by the writings of Jules Verne. The film was noted for using...
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