Aladdin (2019)

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Director
Guy Ritchie
Runtime
Release Date
22 May 2019
Genres
Adventure, Fantasy, Music, Romance
Overview
A live-action retelling of the 1992 Disney film of the same name.
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Plugged In6
Focus on the Family



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  • MiB: International’s Win Is Less Than Stellar
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    The Men in Black organization is perhaps the most secretive in the world. No one knows who these men (and women) in black are or, really, who they work for. Its headquarters are better hidden than Kim Kardashian’s moments of introspection. And should anyone get too close to them, zap! An agent will whip out […]

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  • Toy Story 4 Goes to Infinity, But Not Beyond
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    Not many businesses would consider a $118-million weekend a disappointment. But that’s Hollywood for you. Disney had expected Toy Story 4 to fire up its rockets, flip its little space wings open and fly to the upper reaches of the financial stratosphere—$140 million at least. Some suggested that even a galactic $200 million opening wasn’t […]

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    It’s not as if Disney needs a magic lamp. It owns the year’s top two movies already. It’s filling its theme parks. And forget needing to impress the princess: Disney’s roster boasts more princesses per square foot than all the royal residences of Great Britain. Still, the Mouse House got another wish come true this […]

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Christian Toto2
Hollywood In Toto



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  • Why ‘Aladdin’ Is a Paint-By-Numbers Good Time
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    Disney’s live-action “Aladdin” is neither a train wreck nor a “Beauty and the Beast” level treat.

    That’s not for lack of trying, though. Everyone involved, from the CGI artists to

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    The “Aladdin” live-action remake is fun for kids. Just don’t expect it to live up to the original.

    Disney’s “Star Wars” advertising says, “every generation has a legend,” and when

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    Jasmine is a princess living in a world where women can’t become leaders. Her home is Agrabah, a kingdom ruled by her father, the Sultan. She wants to make a difference in the world. He simply wants her to get married.
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Computing Forever



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Kyle Smith2
National Review



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Conservative Film Buff1
Letterboxd



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  • Aladdin, 2019 - ★★

    Genie in the new #Aladdin  talks about his magic being only surface level. “The true character always comes through eventually.”

    I can’t think of a better way to describe this new Aladdin.

    It’s not the disaster it could have been. There is a great deal of heart and effort, especially on the part the actors, who win you over. But ultimately, there is a lot of effort, a lot of trying, but not a lot of succeeding.

    For example, the one new song, written for Jasmine, is not only stylistically out of place but also emotionally so. It is forced in the extreme. Even so, actress Naomi Scott belts it out with all her heart. It’s not her fault it doesn’t work.

    Similarly, Will Smith does his darnedest to put his stamp on the beloved character of the Genie. There is no way he, or anyone, could match Robin William’s iconic performance, but it doesn’t stop him from going ALL out.

    It’s a bit much. Again, not necessarily his fault.

    The worst offender, though, is the CGI, which looks as if Disney cut half its budget in the middle of production. You’d think we’d be past this by now, but there is some major uncanny valley going on with the Genie. And Abu and Iago are burdened by the need to appear realistic.

    Director Guy Ritchie’s heart was in this. Everyone’s was. It’s what at least encourages you to root for it. But the magic, it seems, really is only surface level. The truth it tries to hide is that it’s still a pointless remake of a better film. And you can’t wish that away.

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Sonny Bunch1
Free Beacon



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  • ‘Aladdin’ Review

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    As someone who was expecting to hate Aladdin, allow me to say right off the bat: I didn’t hate Aladdin.

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Michael Medved1



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  • Aladdin

    Star Rating: 3 Stars
    Cast: Will Smith, Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott
    Release Date: Friday, May 24, 2019
    MPAA Rating: PG
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Armond White1
The National Review / OUT



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  • Will Smith Goes from Genie to Uncle Remus in Aladdin
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The Sub Beacon Podcast1
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    In this latest episode, sponsored by Calm, the gang reviews Guy Ritchie's Aladdin. JVL and Sonny discuss their new business venture—no chitchat barbershops. Vic makes a Suffering Bastard. Plus problematic movies from the '80s and '90s!


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The Federalist Staff1
The Federalist



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