Lilo & Stitch Reviews

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November 16, 2009
Smart, poignant, and utterly beguiling.
September 2, 2008
It's a bright, engaging bauble with half a dozen Elvis Presley songs for Mom and Dad, and just enough sass -- Stitch sticks his tongue into his nose and eats his snot -- to keep the tweeners giggling.
June 24, 2006
Regrettably, towards the end the film veers off into a mess of weird aliens and Cartoon Network silliness.
December 2, 2002
Disney's most winning animated couple since Bambi and Thumper.
November 19, 2002
Cheerful but below-par.
Top Critic
September 23, 2002
Touching, funny and strange.
August 9, 2002
An entertaining and (three cheers) modest bauble that eschews most of the blockbuster trappings that have been strangling animated features in the past few years.
August 1, 2002
A refreshingly low-tech cartoon.
June 25, 2002
[A] crushing disappointment.
June 25, 2002
Mostly the film is just hectic and homiletic: two parts exhausting Men in Black mayhem to one part family values.
June 21, 2002
The best thing about the movie is the humor.
June 21, 2002
Fresh and rainbowy as a midday Hawaiian sun shower.
June 21, 2002
With its feel-good plot, superior art direction and memorable characters, Lilo & Stitch could well become one of those timeless Disney classics, one that sticks around for decades and never loses its appeal.
June 21, 2002
For all the weighty issues involved, this movie remains very entertaining, full of Elvis songs and scenes that will make both parents and kids laugh.
June 21, 2002
A tiresome feature that could be made into a wonderful 20-minute film.
June 21, 2002
A picture that extols the virtues of comradeship and community in a spunky, spirited fashion.
June 21, 2002
A beguiling splash of pastel colors and prankish comedy from Disney.
June 21, 2002
By turns endearing and hilarious, Lilo & Stitch is proof the folks at Disney should break their own rules more often.
June 21, 2002
While dutifully pulling on heartstrings, directors Dean Deblois and Chris Sanders valiantly keep punching up the mix.
June 21, 2002
A new variation on the Disney animated flick, one that reflects less a corporate formula than a particular animator's iconoclastic taste.
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