It's a nice conclusion to the story of the movie. Answers the question "what happened to Jafar"? Voice talent is top notch but the animation is pretty bad, hence the no-love for this (you have to understand it was a tv series-like budget, and it seems that this "movie" was intended for tv, it has commercial breaks in it).
Kinda... good? Fun to see a spin on the original cartoon, and although it's got some big faults, Aladdin and, er, not-Jasmine's chemistry is terrible, Jafar is weak at best, and some of the genie's singing is harsh and a bit cringe... I still had fun! Genie's magic is cool, his intro song is a lot of fun (if you don't like the movie, just watch THAT scene for the sheer spectacle).
The current Audience score of 23% is an inditement to just how dumb and muggle-like most people are. Best to ignore these mouse-brains who crave movie experiences resembling their Instagram feeds. HOWEVER...
If you like classical storytelling, for which this movie was drawn from, this is a pleasure to watch. The energy is palpable and the magic (magick) is tempered and much closer to reality, which either you're part of the club and get it, or you don't.
The story writing is good (despited the complaints to the opposite) and the dialog is simple yet layered.
Negatives: the sound design is questionable at times, seems like they band-aided some cheap jump-scare sound effects in the wrong spots.
Leaned too heavily into the foreboding vibe, and some of the moments almost fell into the absurd (but not enough to ruin the overall impact of the film).
This movie is actually between 7 or 8 out of 10.
23%!... ugh... morons. Hmm, this quote is a good way to end things: "Give them bread and circuses and they will never revolt".
✌️ I'm gonna go read some H.P. Lovecraft