The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Dated animated adaptation, with some cartoon violence.
Classic 1930s animated tale. Fine for kids.
Very impressive, gorgeous, funny, inventive and hugely entertaining.
It doesn't make for a masterpiece, but it can be compelling at points, especially for those interested in this era of animation.
Paramount's uneven attempt to challenge Disney in the feature-length animation department.
...most notable for the signature Fleischer touches: comic violence; irritable, oval-eyed characters; a general preference for anarchy over order.
Cheesy but well-drawn
A classic of early animation.
The first feature-length Fleischer cartoon still has its delights
It is everything you would expect from a heroic story. A man named Gulliver is stormed onto new land, where he meets a valley of small Gnome-like people who are in every way, afraid of him. After being passed out for half of the film, he awakes and declares himself to be on their side. This is a nice little story that is definitely worth telling, and the lessons learned are great for kids of all ages. The cartoon work is incredibly drawn and the characters are just as great. "Gulliver's Travels" is not just a great kids film, but it can touch the hearts of adults as well. It's great!
One of the most treasured animated movies of my childhood. I remember my father bought this movie on vhs for me and my sisters and we watched it so many times. The animation is fantastic considering that it was made all the way back in 1939, and I still remember and treasure the characters (especially the ones from Lilleput). This is truly a classic that I will always remember.
I guess I can appreciate it for the time it was made, but it wasn't my cup o' tea and I wouldn't watch it again.
A good, light hearted film.
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