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pessimist over 2 years ago
Not bad per se, just extremely unremarkable.
Robyn Hamilton over 2 years ago
Lovely animation but the plot is severely lacking.
Davis Keck over 2 years ago
The backgrounds look nice? And sometimes it's funny. Everything else is poorly developed.
Malory 3 years ago
still makes me laugh 16 years after
Sasha over 4 years ago
Best DreamWorks movie, bar none. The story, the voice talents, the music - all perfect!
Leah Stone almost 6 years ago
I just wish they could avoid the songs... Awesome film!!!
Alison Cilia Werdmölder 6 years ago
funny, though surprising number of dirty jokes discovered when watched recently
Kakra 6 years ago
Diogo Almeida 6 years ago
Dylan Clites over 6 years ago
Mediocre movie. I thought it was funny enough as a kid. Never one of my favorites though.
Giorgia 4 months ago
D A 5 months ago
Guido Petri 5 months ago
Joaquin Heye 9 months ago
Nick 9 months ago
India Glavey 10 months ago
Herbe Astrale 10 months ago
Lauren Armstrong 10 months ago
The Road to El Dorado is a 2000 American animated adventure comedy film by DreamWorks. The soundtrack features songs by Elton John and Tim Rice, the music team from Disney's The Lion King. The movie begins in 16th century (1519) Seville (in the south of Spain) and tells about two men named Tulio and Miguel. During a dice game using loaded dice, they win a map that purportedly shows the location of El Dorado, the legendary city of gold in the New World. However, their cheating is soon discovered and as a result, they end up as stowaways on Hernán Cortés' fleet to conquer Mexico. They are discovered, but manage to escape in a boat with Cortés' prize war horse and eventually discover the hidden city of El Dorado where they are mistaken for gods. It is inspired by Rudyard Kipling's The Man Who Would Be King. El Dorado is portrayed as a utopian civilization that combines facets of the Aztecs, Maya, Incas, and Atlantis, and located in Ecuador or El Salvador. Its soundtrack was released as...
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