Fantasia 2000

Walt Disney had a vision. A vision meant to captivate people ranging from big to small. That vision was named Fantasia 1940. A particular result of a little pinch of Disney magic brought this quirky kids' film to the big screen in no time. This early animation was brought to life by Disney at every stage, and, in his vision, a masterpiece was born.

But with a new generation comes new ideals and technology. Years after Disney's passing the phenomenon that is Fantasia was brought under the knife once again at the hands of Disney's predecessors with his vision in mind, and thus, revamped the family-friendly animation for the twenty-first century.

Fantasia 2000 is an absolutely delight to watch as it simultaneously provides visual stimulation for the minds of the youth through vivid colors and well choreographed dance numbers, and tear-jerking, heart-thumping music scores for the hearts of all to enjoy.

In retrospect, the ideas that contributed to this magnificent piece-of-art were entirely simplistic yet overwhelmingly extraordinary all at the same time. Stubborn brooms that refuse to clean up shop, dancing flamingos fighting over a silly little yo-yo, and fully-grown blue whales dancing to streaming symphonies. But sometimes the simplistic route is needed in order to put the head on straight again. In today's fast-paced world, most of us tend to forget that it is really the small things in life that matter the most. Other times, a pick-me-up is necessary to scrape by. So, wouldn't Fantasia 2000 be the best of both worlds?

Really, what is so bad about having a fantastic movie that will entertain the entire family with an array of soulful musicality, vivacious colors, and a story line derived from the history and interests of it's makers? Nothing, that's what! So grab the kids and some popcorn, pull up a chair, and get a view of a little Disney magic!

G
| 1999 | 1 hr 15 min | 7.2/10
Cast
Studio
Director
James Algar, Paul Brizzi
Language
English
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