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The production values are first rate. But you will wait in vain to hear a good reason for this movie's existence.
At a time when Hollywood doesn't remember last year, is obsessed with the bottom line and is run by men who often have no sense of history, Walt & El Grupo evokes a better time.
While skimming over the troubled waters of impending war and ongoing labor unrest, it's both a vicarious vacation and a crash course in animation.
[Thomas] may need more distance from the subject -- Walt & El Grupo could shed about 20 minutes -- but there's no questioning his sincerity or his instinct for revealing anecdotes.
This may be the first documentary that contains not a single American, living or dead, who is anything but merry of disposition. That cheer carries over to the on-the-spot gusto of el grupo's sketchbooks -- a more accurate tribute than the final cartoons.
A relentlessly upbeat vanity project destined for the Disney family archive.
...a niche effort that has little to offer all but the most ardent of animation junkies.
An intimate, albeit uneventful, story filled with flashy graphics but not a lot of substance.
... less probing documentary than colorful press release for the paternal Disney...
This is the 'untold story.' And apparently there's not much more to tell.
Above all else the film is a treasure trove of fantastic archival material, much of it never before shown.
A bland tourist souvenir, the equivalent of an authorized biography rather than an independent one.
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