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(201878) 7.0 128 min 2019

Aladdin is a movie starring Will Smith, Mena Massoud, and Naomi Scott. A kind-hearted street urchin and a power-hungry Grand Vizier vie for a magic lamp that has the power to make their deepest wishes come true.

Naomi Scott, Will Smith, Mena Massoud, Marwan Kenzari
Adventure, Romance, Family, Musical, Fantasy
Guy Ritchie

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Adventure, Romance, Family, Musical, Fantasy
Director Guy Ritchie
Writer John August, Guy Ritchie
Stars Naomi Scott, Will Smith, Mena Massoud, Marwan Kenzari
Country USA
Also Known As Aladini, Αλαντίν, Aladyn, 阿拉丁, アラジン, Aladinas, Arajin, Aladins, Aladino, Aladdín, Aladin
Runtime 2H 8M
Description A young kindly street thief named Aladdin finds his world turned upside down when he falls in love with a beautiful young girl, who in reality is the gorgeous Princess Jasmine. As Aladdin is determined to win her heart, he comes across a mysterious oil lamp, which holds a powerful genie, who may be the key to making his dreams come true. As the duo becomes close friends, they soon find out that the lamp is also being sought by the wily Jafar, who intends to use the lamp in an evil plot to take over the kingdom and wage war on the neighboring towns.

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Thursday, 20 Aug 2020 11:40

In the early days of animation, Tim Burton's films were hailed as a cultural revolution. His artistic vision has since been embraced by film makers of all shapes and sizes, who've benefited from his timeless vision of innocence and imagination, and his talent for creating memorable characters and situations. However, the years have not been kind to Tim Burton's films, as they've lost their magic and attention, often under the weight of poor marketing. From the public's decision to ban the animated version of "Alice in Wonderland", to the unpopular "Titanic" and "Batman Begins", Burton's films have been severely mauled by critics and audiences alike. "Jack the Giant Slayer" is no exception. The film is not a masterpiece, but the talented Burton is at the helm. This is not an action film, nor is it a fantasy adventure. "Jack" is a story of love, loss, and revenge. It's a film of dark humour and timeless animation. When it comes to animation, Burton is undoubtedly the master of the craft. The animation in "Jack" is haunting, and hauntingly beautiful. The majority of the film is shot in panoramic photography, but some of the scenes are set on a forest clearing, a beautiful countryside, and a graveyard. The scenery is breathtaking and will surely transport you back to your childhood, where you spent a summer day on a green field in a very, very, very big forest. The story of "Jack" follows the titular hero, Jack (Johnny Depp), who is just an average guy. He is the type of guy you would rather not know, or someone you would rather not think about. As a kid, he is both simple and weak, and is bullied by other kids. One day, a mysterious fairy, who has the power to communicate with the dead, comes to his village to tell him that he is the chosen one. He is told that the dead must be brought back to life. Jack is told that it will only be possible if he finds a boy named Sebastian (Ewan McGregor), who has been living in the forest for years, and has been helping Jack out. Jack tells Sebastian about the sword he stole, but he wants nothing to do with it. He only wants to see Sebastian again. Sebastian's life has been turned upside down, as he has been unable to find a good home. His father has died, and the village has been left to his father's widow. Jack sets out to find Sebastian, but first he has to return the sword to its owner, who is Sebastian's guardian. However, Sebastian's caretaker, Sebastian's mother, has been taken over by the evil High Priestess (Laura Linney), who has been imprisoned by the High Priestess's father, the leader of the High Priestess's tribe. Jack and Sebastian must help Sebastian return to his mother, and help him find the sword. While the story of "Jack" is definitely an interesting one, the film isn't without its faults. The animation in "Jack" is often overblown and very exaggerated. The characters' movements are a bit exaggerated, but not too much. It's not completely horrible, but it isn't anything to write home about. The story of "Jack" is also very confusing. The film is only about 30 minutes long, and there are numerous flashbacks to other things in the film. For example, one flashback is about the main character's childhood, which is made to look like an old movie. It's very confusing, and just does not go anywhere. The characters in "Jack" are also quite simplistic. Some characters are pretty likable, and some are just annoying. Some are more amusing than the other characters, and some are just annoying. The only character I really liked in the film was Sebastian, who was an incredibly interesting character. He was a very human character, and the animators really took their time with him. He is also really good at getting in Jack's good graces, and helps Jack out in his quest to bring back the dead. However, "Jack" is also a very dark film, and as such, it is not for everyone. The films is very grim, and can be a bit disturbing at times. It is also very violent, and contains some bloody scenes. The violence in "Jack" is certainly not in any way gratuitous. It is gruesome and very disturbing, but not at all necessary. The violence in "Jack" was not gratuitous, but rather an integral part of the film, and was needed to tell the story. The

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