Gulliver's Travels Reviews

  • Mar 03, 2021

    Out of touch and unfunny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Out of touch and unfunny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Dec 18, 2020

    Absolutely stellar movie. Children will be enthralled by the 70s animation mixed with the live action. The jokes land and it holds up well for current viewing. 100% must see for family viewing.

    Absolutely stellar movie. Children will be enthralled by the 70s animation mixed with the live action. The jokes land and it holds up well for current viewing. 100% must see for family viewing.

  • Aug 02, 2013

    An uneasy mix of live action and animation. This adaption fails to fully utilize the talents of Richard Harris and offer one big bore of a story.

    An uneasy mix of live action and animation. This adaption fails to fully utilize the talents of Richard Harris and offer one big bore of a story.

  • Mar 30, 2013

    The famous tale of Gulliver's travels through the small town of Lilliput is recreated for the screen in a very underwhelming and lazy mixture of live action and animation. Certainly, in 1977 something technically better could have been made.

    The famous tale of Gulliver's travels through the small town of Lilliput is recreated for the screen in a very underwhelming and lazy mixture of live action and animation. Certainly, in 1977 something technically better could have been made.

  • Nov 26, 2011

    skip this and see the 1939 version

    skip this and see the 1939 version

  • Marcus W Super Reviewer
    Nov 29, 2010

    The greatest actor of all time, Richard Harris, here stars in an adaptation of the classic novel (though it only deals with the first half). Considering it's age, the mix of animation and live-action is good enough that after a while you don't notice it. Yes it's twee in places and a tad "Blue-Peter", but it's still better than most Disney films.

    The greatest actor of all time, Richard Harris, here stars in an adaptation of the classic novel (though it only deals with the first half). Considering it's age, the mix of animation and live-action is good enough that after a while you don't notice it. Yes it's twee in places and a tad "Blue-Peter", but it's still better than most Disney films.