Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Describe it in 25 words or less.
Pete: An animated, action packed, adventure for the search of the lost city of Atlantis.
Brigette: An animated Indian Jones-esque film about finding the lost city of Atlantis.
Morgan: A Disney animation about a man who goes in search of the mythical land of Atlantis.
Gable: A young man, along with a crew, goes on a quest in search of Atlantis.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Pete: Vinny Santorini because he was funny and loyal.
Brigette: Milo because I admired his determination.
Morgan: Milo, because he did the right things.
Gable: Milo because he was smart and funny.
Who was your least favorite character and why?
Pete: Commander Lyle Tiberius Rourke because of his dishonesty. I also didn’t like the sound of his voice.
Brigette: Fenton Q. Harcourt because he was a dream killer and a rude one at that.
Morgan: Commander Lyle Tiberius Rourke because he was a jerk.
Gable: I don’t think I really had a least favorite character. There was no one to really dislike that much. But probably Commander Lyle Tiberius Rourke because he was a bit evil.
Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while?
Pete: It grabbed me immediately and kept me on the edge of my seat the whole way through.
Brigette: It had me from the very beginning and was the most intense animated film I’ve seen in a while.
Morgan: Grabbed me immediately and had me the entire way!
Gable: It only took about eighteen minutes or so for me to get into it and it was a very intense movie. The whole time my heart was beating like crazy!
Pete, Brigette, Morgan & Gable: “We are remembered by the gifts we leave our children.” – Mr. Preston B. Whitmore
Is it part of a series and have you seen the rest of the series?
Morgan: Gable told me there is a sequel called Atlantis: Milo’s Return and I can’t wait to see it!
Gable: I saw that there is a sequel called Atlantis: Milo’s Return. I can’t wait to watch it!
How was the ending?
Pete: After a very intense and exciting lead up, the ending filled me with hope and joy.
Brigette: Happy and predictable.
Gable: A happy ending and expected. Only expected because all Disney movies have happy endings, don’t they?
What was the moral of the story?
Pete: Be careful whom you trust and never give up on a dream.
Brigette: Never give up on a dream.
Morgan: Money isn’t everything.
Gable: To never give up on your dreams.
Who would you recommend it to?
Pete: Anyone who loves edge-of-your-seat entertainment, animated films, or Disney films.
Brigette: Anyone who likes their animated films more geared to adults than kids.
Morgan: Those who like high-action Disney films.
Gable: People who are interested in mythical lands and legends, people who are big Disney fans, or people who are sick of boring movies.
Beer pairing: (Pete’s specialty)
Color Palette: (Morgan’s specialty)
Favorite Architectural Detail: (Pete’s other specialty)
What dream do you refuse to give up on?