Lilo and Stitch is like no other Disney movie. It's fantastic and Stitch is adorable, though definitely no Bambi. He's a "cute and fluffy", evil tool of destruction and devastation; the ultimate weapon who must cope with overcoming his genetic programming to become part of his newly found, broken family in Hawaii. Not only is Stitch unusual in his nasty adorableness, but the humour is also different to many other Disney movies. There's far more quirkyness, for example in the problem child Lilo. The film appeals even more for its unusual humour and it is touching for its understanding of what it is like to be different. The animation is colourful, soft, and easy on the eye, there isn't a lot of tedious singing (in fact not really any) and there are at least a couple of recognisable celebrity voices. Definitely a new twist in the Disney saga and will appeal even to those not already a huge Disney fan.