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Lilo & Stitch [DVD] [2002]


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  • Actors: Daveigh Chase|Chris Sanders
  • Directors: Dean Deblois
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Disney
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Mar 2003
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000063W2O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,312 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Lilo & Stitch follows the story of an orphaned Hawaiian girl, Lilo (Daveigh Chase), who lives with her 19 year old sister, Nani (Tia Carrere). The two girls have been struggling to make it on their own and things aren't going particularly well. When Cobra Bubbles (Ving Rhames), a no-nonsense social worker, drops by for a home visit, he finds the sisters in a middle of an argument and the house in a shambles. He warns Nani she has three days to prove she's an appropriate guardian for Lilo or the situation will have to change.

In the meantime Stitch, a mischief -making alien (officially known as Experiment 626) has escaped from the planet Turo and has crash landed on Earth. Stitch is bulletproof, fireproof and thinks faster than a supercomputer. He can see in the dark and move objects three thousand times his size. His only instinct is to destroy everything he touches. Posing as a small strange-looking "dog," Stitch is adopted by Lilo and leaves a wide path of chaos in his wake, proving to be the least affectionate pet on the planet. But through her love, faith and unwavering belief in ‘’Ohana" (the Hawaiian word and concept for family), Lilo helps unlock Stitch’s heart and give him the one thing he was never designed to have – a family.

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By M. S. WILEY on 1 Jun 2004
Format: DVD
The marketing people soooo got the pitch of this movie wrong ...
I thought it was some schmaltzy Disney tale of a cute little Hawiian girl and her pet mouse! It actually turns out to be one of the funniest, most entertaining, original animated movies since Toy Story....
I'd hate to give the plot away so I'll just say that it involves the story of the relationship between an alien who has been genetically engineered to be the most evil creature in the universe and consequently banished to earth by the Intergalactic Federation, and a 'problem' child with a penchant for Elvis Presley, who's about to be taken into care by social services, represented by an ex-gangsta called Bubbles! - Disney? NOT!!
There IS a strong moral overtone here, delivering the importance of the concept of 'family' (in the broadest sense tho', which I applaud) and it can verge on the sentimental for my taste (but hey, this is Disney); but the script, the gags, the characters, the comic timing and the animation are staggering. I laughed til I cried many times ... the script is by far the most adult I've heard in any of the recent animated movies which have aimed to give something to the grown-ups too - in fact I reckon most of the gags will go way over the head of your average kid, this film is every bit an adult comedy.
This really is a 'must own' DVD. An absolute classic.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By kupocake VINE VOICE on 11 Dec 2007
Format: DVD
After months of dust-collecting, I finally got round to watching Lilo & Stitch, a film reputed as the 'best of the rest' in the lesser-known corners of Disney's feature animation output. Whilst a reasonable financial success in 2002, and a big-name franchise for a modern Disney thought by many to be going steadily downhill, the film nevertheless passed many by and continues to do so. As a 2D feature, it lost the academy award to the brilliant 'Spirited Away', and lost many an audience member to a climate that was increasingly hostile towards 2D animation at the peak of Pixar and Dreamworks' success. As such it passed many by, and continues to do so.

Inevitably, this is unfair and Lilo & Stitch fully certainly deserves its reputation as the best of Disney's recent output, perhaps even as the best Disney movie since The Lion King. This is because Lilo & Stitch isn't as much about Stitch's causing havoc (though the 'Aladdin' level of humour/mayhem in this is certainly welcome, and consistently punchy) as it is about the family unit that forms around Stitch, Lilo and older sister / mother substitute Nani. Despite being pivotal I didn't know this family conflict was in the film when I sat down to watch it, and it surprised me with how emotionally engaging it was, ensuring that I was weepy one minute, laughing the next, a maturely managed roller-coaster of emotion.

Along with the beautiful Hawaiian setting, when marketing for the original film, Disney has downplayed this family theme and highlighted Stitch as a sort of alien Bart Simpson, a whirlwind of havoc with full "BOLD ITALIC UNDERLINE ALL-CAPS!" surf-boarding radicalness. Yawn.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Donna on 8 Nov 2003
Format: DVD
From the first moment I saw a preview of the little blue alien on TV, I new this movie would be fantastic, and when I watched it, IT WAS BETTER! I cried and cried through the movie and when I remembered it. This movie touched me so much, I love it and they have made a second movie about it and a series on the Disney Channel. My friends know how much I love him. They give me all sorts of presents that are about Lilo and Stitch. I LOVE STITCH. This is the best animated movie I have ever seen. ITS SOOOO CUTE!!! Its sad, and very touching. (hey guess what, gantu has a poetic side! HAHAHA!) Anyways, this movie relates to me. My Ohana Is a lot like hers,the difference is my parents separated, my lil sis autistic. Its a havoc, not a family and I chose stitch to me my little fallen angel. We can be ABOMINATIONS together! YAY! hehehehahaha...Takka!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Smith on 22 Jun 2009
Format: DVD
i absolutely adore animated films. especially when they are done right (as in NOT Madagascar or Shark Tale). Lilo and Stitch is one of those films i ignored for quite a long time. i couldn't see how it was going to be good. bookended in time between the dire Atlantis and the so-so Treasure Planet, i thought that a cutesy disney film about an alien rogue and a hawiaan girl would be, ya know, junk.
but by the time my collection of animation was near completion, it occured to me that i still had a few disney films left to add. one of those was Lilo and Stitch. i bought it cheap from Woolworths, just before it closed down, and when i finally saw it, i was struck by the films odd charms: the lush, but understated watercolour backgrounds; the wobbly, plump looking character designs (i found this endearing) and the mixture of quirky humour, sci-fi, family drama and... um... elvis presley.
in all honesty, and i won't go into plot details (because i'm sure that has already been covered), i feel that this is more in the vein of Hayao Miyazaki circa Kiki's Delivery Service in its tone and charm than it is disney at its most vintage. i think its their most likeably odd film, they don't look like they are trying to hard to be different (like they did in Atlantis, which is dire) and its quirky humour is just at odds with the companies heritage (no wise-cracking meercats and chirpy musical songs here). of course, i'm not saying that this could pass off for being, i don't know, a studio ghibli production. its just that it just feels to be that little bit too avante garde to truly convince as a disney classic. i think it is a classic, hence the five stars. its just lacking that disney feeling.
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