LILO AND STITCH (Theatrical Release USA 2002)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.0|5.0 Starsìììì

Lilo and Stitch
has an original, great storyline that takes animation to another level as it explores family love. With perfect timing and great Disney storytelling techniques this movie exceptionally supersedes other animated films. It opens beautiful windows into what it means to love and to fight to keep family intact.

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The script revolves around a teenage girl, Nani (voice of Tia Carrere), and her 6-year-old sister, Lilo (voice of Daveigh Chase), who have lost their parents in a car accident. It’s a fight against the powerful social service system as Nani uses every resource she has to keep family together. When Nani takes her sister, Lilo, to the dog pound to get a dog, we are introduced to an unforgettable animated character which Lilo promptly names Stitch (voice of Chris Sanders).

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Directors Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders for directing efforts. Thank you to Producer Clark Spencer for making the film possible. Thank you to Composer Alan Silvestri for the musical scores. Thank you to Chris Sanders for creating such an interesting character as Stitch. Additional characters/cast include: Jumba (voice of David Ogden Stiers), Pleakley (voice of Kevin McDonald), Cobra Bubbles (voice of Ving Rahmes),Grand Council Woman (voice of Zoe Caldwell), and Captain Gantu (voice of Kevin Michael Richardson).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. The interaction between Lilo and Stitch provides terrific heartwarming entertainment for the adult and child alike.

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