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Disney's Aladdin 3D + 2D BLU RAY ( ALL REGIONS UK IMPORT )
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- Aspect Ratio : 1.78:1
- Language: : English
- Package Dimensions : 17.7 x 13.7 x 1.8 cm; 1.2 Kilograms
- Item Model Number : BUY0303301
- Director : Guy Ritchie
- Media Format : DTS Surround Sound
- Run time : 128 minutes
- Actors : Will Smith, Jordan Nash, Nasim Pedrad, Marwan Kenzari, Mena Massoud
- Subtitles: : English
- Language : English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Unknown (Dolby Surround)
- Studio : Walt Disney
- ASIN : B07R7RDJQY
- Number of discs : 2
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Guy Ritchie co-writes and directs this live-action fantasy adventure starring Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott and Will Smith.Street urchin Aladdin (Massoud) meets the beautiful Princess Jasmine of Agrabah (Scott) by chance in the marketplace after she sneaks out of the royal palace to walk among her people.The sultan's advisor, the evil Grand Vizier Jafar (Marwan Kenzari), who is plotting to rule the kingdom himself, senses Aladdin's attraction to the princess and promises to make him rich if he can first bring him a magical lamp containing a powerful Genie (Smith).After venturing into the Cave of Wonders in search of the lamp, Aladdin's quest to defeat Jafar and win the hand of the princess begins.
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Most importantly now the main characters are replaced by actors that with the exception of Jasmine lack the strong and distinctive personalities as displayed in the animated classic. Worse, the chemistry between the characters just isn’t there. A few new songs are included that partly contribute to the 30 minutes of additional run time vs the original, but during that extra time your ears are treated on pretty bad singing.
What about the story? Well, Aladdin and Abu still live on the streets. Princess Jasmine, a palace resident forced to marry a prince runs into him. Jafar is obviously scheming. And genie pops up to assist Aladdin. Same old, same old. Jasmine however now has a handmaiden, to which Genie is attracted. The biggest issue overall, as I feared, is that it is hard for this movie to recreate the joy and the spark of the animated classic.
Oh sorry I can’t stand the fresh prince who is now in the role of genie and obviously struggles to replace Robin Williams. The worst is that some of his jokes were copy-pasted and simply don’t work here aside from the fact that his voice doesn’t lend its self for much else than hip hop from a musical perspective. And yes, there are the obligatory life lessons that can be found in every family movie these days – as if children can’t work out their own framework of values. Anyway by the end of the movie you will understand that you should not be seduced by power and wealth and just be yourself!
Not sure if this a great addition to Disney's growing live action library. Still, we bought it on Blu ray in the 3D version that has a sharp, colourful image. If anything the cinematics and scenery looks quite good.. but then again a FX and CGI are bit of a let-down, looking dated.
Frankly I wouldn't bother.
To our surprise, this is a very funny and entertaining film in large part to the fantastic performance from Will Smith.
Not just a good remake, but a great film in it's own right.
It's so nice that there is still 'new' 3d material coming out. I'm a huge cinemagoer (well usually). I've always found 3D at the cinema a bit lacklustre. At home you can tweak it far easier and shockingly even in 1080 HD it's an experience that never fails to entertain. Decent sound also helps too.
Film enjoyment is a subjective affair. But, this film has flair, humour, spectacle, great sound and I know we'll return to watching this again.
Steve's top 3D tip for specatacle wearers for passive 3D? Buy polarised flipdown lenses. They weigh next to nothing and you don't have that awkwardness of wearing two pairs of specs.
Roll on holographic projection. I love the concept of VR for viewing (I do have a Samsung VR headset), but the whole affair is heavy, sweaty ,cumbersome and with my prescription a bit of a strain.
Keep the 3d coming. Wbought his on offer with the 'new' Lion King and are looking forward to watching that too.
We have an OLED tv and Disney + in 4k, but as super as that is..I do like the magic of 3D. Or perhaps I should, 'Let it Go' to quote a Disney staple?