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Bad Disney film wish it was not made
a godamn masta peece
Ohana = Family
Family = Nobody gets left behind
Disney = Traditional Animated Family Film
One of my favorite Disney films, looking forward to the remake.
While questioning the PG rating, I find this movie a fun and heartfelt story between two outcasts and a moral behind family. Especially set in the (Before) Unexplored state of Hawaii. There's also a lot of creativity in the alien's design's especially Stitch. A+ in my book!
I really enjoyed this film as it is a great representation of Hawaiian culture and is overall pretty funny, and in the end, Stitch is just a really lovable character. I highly recommend this one!
So f**king good I absolutely loved this movie I definitely recommend it
This movie is very near and dear to my heart. I, like Lilo, have a much older sister and went through the traumatic loss of a loved one. Lilo and Nani's relationship is so believable and heartfelt that it nearly moves me to tears every time. It's a well written story about an odd little girl and an odd alien (over simplified, I know) and they become best friends. This movie is perfect, hilarious, and beautiful. I will watch it until the end of time.
Whether or not the sci-fi elements feel out of place depends on who you ask but Lilo & Stitch is still representative of Disney never losing hope in spite of taking place in their Experimental Era where their movies mostly bombed or had poor reception at least in comparison to the Disney Renaissance. The watercolour-based animation is lovely, the voice acting is good, the characters are memorable and likable, the movie's funny and it deals with mature themes without talking down to its target audience thus sending great life lessons. And while not a musical, the Hawaiian music is the loveliest thing I've ever heard. I can't say Lilo & Stitch is one of my favourite movies ever within the Disney animated canon but its big heart still makes it a watchable movie at the end of the day.
The end was kind of weird but the the first half of the film