Atlantis - The Lost Empire Reviews
One of the things people always rave about though is the characters, specifically the side ones. And while I found them enjoyable, the side ones honestly didn't redeem themselves to me after the climax. (Next sentence is spoiler-y?) They seem kind of hypocritical and stupid, like, they don't want people to be hurt, but they always knew the repercussions of what they wanted, and didn't care until Milo reminded them? Just comes across as weird to me.
The plot is convoluted too. By the third act, I pretty much had no idea what was going on. Wayyyy too much made up lore. As a kid, I remember not understanding A LOT of the movie, and though I'm sure I understand it more as an adult, I have a hard time believing kids would get too much joy out of this since it's hard for even adults to grasp.
In the end, the only things I can come away with that I liked was the scene with Milo and Kida swimming and discovering Atlantis history (the only characters I truly liked by the end), Kida's design (though her eyes were a bit too bulgy), and the background visuals.
Honestly, this movie is just forgettable to me. Even just 20 minutes later, I'm not coming away with much of anything from it. I thought the fact that I didn't really remember it at all as a kid was because I was... well, a kid. And I must have just forgotten a good movie over time. But no, I think I just forgot it because its bland and forgettable.
Why so many people (especially millennials) are praising it, I have no idea. Could be from nostalgia, but I think this movie really falls under "You love it, or you hate it." There doesn't seem to be any in-between. So I'm hesitant to tell people in general to just not watch it, because I know SO many people who enjoy it! I would say, watch at your own risk, and just know that there are criticisms out there. I would mainly recommend just adults watching it though. Not because its too inappropriate for kids, I just can't see them getting much enjoyment out of it.
Disney Movies than Treasure Planet, There a few Pranmance movie with few Clumsy story and Boring Animation for the second the only wrong there aren't underrated the Box office Performance is cost it not bombing, L give it Atlantis the lost empire is still not underrated and alway good time no alcohol require.
The movie follows the story of Milo Thatch, a clumsy, but clever linguist trying to prove the existence of the all-time legend - the Atlantis. Due to a rather rushed beginning, we can learn very little before we set off to the soon-to-be unforgettable adventure - only that, you guessed it, nobody really believes Milo who is thought to be just as moonstruck as his deceased grandfather.
To avoid further spoilers, I'll be straight - the movie has its ups and downs. When it comes to character creation, the pace of action and the dialogues it shines brighter than Atlantis' crystal. The movie falls short, however, in terms of plot consistency, further development of well-introduced characters and the animation - the latter simply hasn't changed that much since 1990, marking 10-years-period of developmental stagnation. "Atlantis..." is also predictible as heck and doesn't try to be way too out of the adventure-movies mould -passionate scientist overwhelmed by his money-thirsty comrades? We've heard that before, Disney.
Harsh though it may sound, it doesn't change the fact I enjoyed watching "Atlantis...", simply because it's not a bad movie. It just feels more like it deserves a bronze medal in the animated releases competition - and that, considering Disney is its definitive favourite, leaves the audience slightly disappointed.