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Treasure Planet was fine but kind of dry. Start to feel like a jerk! I want to like them! Really I do. This is not a masterpiece but as pop entertainment it is creative and bizarre and I liked it. It has the feel of a movie that is a bit overwrought and maybe retooled a bit too much but it still works. It is also of note because it was the first Disney movie to be released in digital 3D that is so common now. The movie has a bit of a Simpsons feel with broad humor and bright colors and even has Danny Elfman as the composer of the score who wrote the Simpsons theme.
The voicecast is universally strong and huge shows how many characters are in the story. A little kid named Lewis is an orphan who likes to invent things kind of like Doc Brown as an orphan kid. He even keeps his roommate up all hours of the night with his inventions.
His inventions prevent him from being adopted, so he decides he wants to get to know his mother using a memory scanner he has invented. He then meets a strange boy named Wilbur. Wilbur is looking for a man with a bowler hat who has stolen a time machine. The Bowler Hat man is a very good and creepily drawn villain.
You will never guess who the Bowler Hat man really is. Just my personal preference I suppose. In fact, I think it is pretty good. The villain is very well done and like I said caught me off guard. The big reveals work and overall I was charmed by it. We do also get some really nice messages about family, being yourself, and getting adequate amounts of sleep each night…!
I mean Pixar came out with Rataouille in and who can compete with that? I have mixed opinions on this film. While there is heart in it, it does not take away from the story issues and the convulted-ness in the film. It is very jumbled, and you can tell that a lot was changed. Things are only better from here. Still a few surprises and its general weirdness entertained me.
But I agree it is a mixed bag. Yeah, this one I agree with you giving this one a C- or C. You have a studio producing great 3D animated movies, just stick to what you do best! The assault of weirdness and slapstick put me off at points and I found the family themselves to be poorly developed. I understand this film does have its share of fans and good on them, but it just did nothing for me.
I know that sounds a little bit selfish, but at the time I was still feeling bad that Disney had seemingly cast off everything in terms of animation and morality that made me love them in the first place. I get it. I liked the heart to it and I thought the villain was very clever. Just Pixar was my focus and Pixar is far better than this but I was surprised how entertained I was. But it is definitely out there. The family is probably a little bit too cluttered but I thought they were fun and made me laugh.
The story was something new and at least there was a story unlike Chicken Little that had 3 or 4 stories mashed together with completely unlikable characters. I gave it a C so I am aware of its flaws. Perhaps my impression of it is far too jaded to considered reliable, as I was a lot more bitter and cynical back then around then I am today. Maybe I should give it another shot, see if it improves on second viewing, after all it has been eight years since then and by now I might be able to appreciate its merits more than its perceived flaws.
Yeah I didnt see it until doing this project so I think I would have felt the same back when it was released. Let me know if it warms up on you. This is my first comment and I have to say I love reading your reviews.
The movie throws an astonishing array of stuff at you during its runtime. I love that heart in this movie as well. It is a bold question and even though I mention some problems I really do enjoy this film.
If comparing this to films on the whole it definitely gets a higher grade. There are a few I havent liked as much but most are higher.
At least it is a step up from The Spice Girls in Chicken Little… The voicecast is universally strong and huge shows how many characters are in the story. He then meets a strange boy named Wilbur Wilbur is looking for a man with a bowler hat who has stolen a time machine.
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Lewis : Yeah? Franny : Just a little tip for the future, I am always right. Even when I'm wrong, I'm right. Franny : [Lewis gives confused look then looks at Cornelius]. Cornelius : She's right.
As a year-old boy, Michael is more interested in baseball than his roommate's inventing hobby. He is mature for his age as he is willing to let go of his problem. However, in one of Lewis' timelines, after he missed the winning catch, his fury became uncontrollable as he was constantly in a bad mood. Once the orphanage shut down, as time progressed and as he grew up , his resentment of Lewis grew.
Daniel Hansen: Lewis
Wilbur : I never thought my dad would be my best friend. Lewis : I don't even know what I'm doing. Wilbur : Keep moving forward. Lewis : I mean, this stuff is way too advanced for me. Lewis : And what if I can't fix this, what are we going to do? Lewis : Why do you keep saying that? And don't just say keep moving forward!
Meet the Robinsons
The 47th Disney animated feature film , it was released in standard and Disney Digital 3-D versions. It was the first film released after then- Pixar executive John Lasseter became chief creative officer of Walt Disney Animation Studios. Lewis is an aspiring year-old inventor who grew up in an orphanage , whose inventions have been scaring off potential parents. He works all night on a machine to scan his memory to locate his birth mother, who abandoned him at the orphanage when he was a baby. While taking the scanner to his school's science fair, Lewis meets year-old Wilbur Robinson, a mysterious boy claiming to be a time cop from the future.
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Treasure Planet was fine but kind of dry. Start to feel like a jerk! I want to like them! Really I do.
The patriarch of the Robinsons, Wilbur's father, and Franny's husband. He is in charge of Robinson Industries. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this.
Meet the Robinsons (United States, 2007)
Movie 47: Meet the Robinsons
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