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Aladdin

Aladdin

2019
Musical
Family/Kids
2h 8m
A kindhearted Arabian street urchin and a power-hungry Grand Vizier vie for a magic lamp that has the power to make the deepest wishes come true.
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Aladdin

2019
Musical
Family/Kids
2h 8m
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Rated 10 Jun 2019
75
30th
Disney Likes Money: Part MMXXXVIII.
Rated 02 Jul 2019
2
14th
The hell is this. Where the hell is my giant snake you motherfuckers? Jasmine’s new songs stand out like ostriches in the flamingo pen. Why is the Cave of Wonders like two rooms? What’s up with the conservative dress re: Aladdin’s bare chest and Jasmine’s bare belly? Gotta cover up in 2019 I guess. Jafar and his high whiny voice are approximately as intimidating as Oscar the Grouch. You know what might have fixed that? IF HE TURNED INTO A GIANT SNAKE
Rated 31 May 2019
55
27th
Not necessary, the actor they picked for Jafar was totally miscast, but when you can only hire middle eastern actors or face the wrath of a twitter think piece There is really nothing else you can do. (My Jafar pick: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zr8YI9xaRNw) Speaking of soulless cash grab remake: “You know how hard it is to cutesy up Sharia Law?”
Rated 24 Dec 2019
45
23rd
Marshall McLuhan once claimed that 'Art is anything you can get away with'. And mannn, Disney is really mastering the art of Making You Pay For That Thing You Already Know But In a Version That Is Worse In Every Way. There is no excuse for how bad Smith's CGI genie-face was. Instead of a giant snake battle we get a 10 second giant parrot chase and just thinking back to that made me so annoyed I lowered the score even further HA TAKE THAT DISNEY YOU HACK FRAUDS!
Rated 29 May 2019
78
26th
I'm a sucker for the original movie so it's probably not too surprising that I liked this. Admittedly not perfect. Will Smith has his moments even if he doesn't at all live up to the original Genie, but Jafar is the biggest miscast here, and Iago just feels like a mindless parrot. I liked some of the added story and didn't care for other parts of it. The singing and music are still solid, and Massoud does feel like Aladdin. It isn't great, but it looks good and is pretty entertaining.
Rated 29 May 2019
47
33rd
One of the better Disney live-action remakes so far. It feels updated in the right ways instead of a simple cash grab like some of the other have been. It doesn't approach the quality of the original, but it makes its case for existence better than others and has a trio of good leading performances to boot.
Rated 23 May 2019
30
22nd
Disney burning mo' money with yet another utterly unnecessary live action remake with zero redeemable qualities. The only emotion I was left with after watching this... is how much I missed Robin Williams.
Rated 16 Mar 2020
55
35th
Aladdin is a... strange film all around. Most of the time it feels more like a high budget stage production than a film. The casting is mostly good. Jafar could've been more menacing and Will Smith as the genie is... perhaps the best he could have been. It's not as bad as we thought before release, but it has it's cringey moments. It looks good, minus some of the genie CGI too. I just think it becomes a little hammy and too wild.
Rated 04 Oct 2020
71
38th
As a strong detractor of the mere principle of Disney's efforts to remake their most beloved classics with CGI heavy live action, I was actually pleasantly surprised. This one was fairly faithful to the original, the production values were high, as one would expect, everything was pretty on par to the industry standard. But don't take that to mean that this one is better than or equal to the original. Nothing can replace the traditional animation in my heart, nor come close to Robin Williams.
Rated 22 May 2019
40
20th
This new Aladdin was mostly lame in comparison to the original. The atmosphere felt like a TV movie for large chunks and despite the colours, everything still looked bland and cheap. Aladdin and Jasmine have no chemistry together in this and their acting is pretty bad, and Jafar is now very bland and just a stock villain badguy with little personality or wit to him. The best character is Will Smith's Genie, who faired better than I initially expected. Overall a "Bleh" Live-Action Disney remake.
Rated 06 Jan 2020
55
42nd
In this ridiculous chapter of Disney in which some soulless exec looked at their back-catalogue of animated classics and said "why don't we make these as reeeeeal movies?" Aladdin from the first trailer looked like the nadir. So going in with these abysmal expectations, it actually surprised me positively. As opposed to The Lion King, they at least tried to do something else with the source material.
Rated 24 May 2019
64
16th
This is basically exactly what you expect except that Naomi Scott and Nasim Pedrad fuckin rule
Rated 24 May 2019
80
73rd
The opening felt a bit rushed with a strange choice to mix some scenes and even omit some. Considering it's longer, I'm not sure why they would do that, but it was certainly interesting. Some choices like that did leave me a bit confused, but other changes I did think were pretty cool, like Jasmine's story being expanded. Overall of course it's never going to touch the nearly perfect original, and it's not as good as some other remakes, but it was still a fun time, and I plan to purchase it.
Rated 07 Oct 2019
61
36th
The absolute biggest surprise was that Will Smith was great here. They wisely remade the character for Smith instead of just having Smith try to capture the magic of Robin Williams' iconic performance. Massoud and Scott were also well cast and had some nice chemistry. The set design and costuming really added to the fantastic and fun feel. My biggest complaint is that the musical arrangements sounded like karaoke backing music and were a real bore.
Rated 01 Dec 2019
55
39th
The Bollywood-inspired dance scene was a good idea, and on the whole this is one of the more tolerable of Disney's recent remakes. The original is still better, though, and - and this bears repeating - that Di$ney is flooding us with live-action adaptations is highly dubious and borderline disgusting.
Rated 26 May 2019
52
29th
Guy Ritchie at his most Guy Ritchie. Meaning empty spectacle with a couple of heartfelt moments that don't really amount to much.
Rated 02 Jun 2019
58
46th
Much better than expected - especially thanks to Jasmine and Dalia.
Rated 17 Jun 2019
44
12th
To its credit, Ritchie’s Aladdin actually manages to find a pretty solid balance of recycling and updating. As a result, this felt more confident and assured in its existence than some of the other awkward remakes (The identity-confused Jungle Book immediately comes to mind). Nevertheless, not a single one of the talented directors that have graced these Disney remakes have managed to come up with a reason to watch these bloated and less polished imitations over the superior animated originals
Rated 12 Oct 2019
50
45th
Nothing terrible about it. Some noticeable green screens scenes. Didn't mind the updates to the story or the additional characters. It actually made Jasmine more relatable. Jafar wasn't that scary until the end. Fav scene: Prince Ali's entrance into the palace.
Rated 25 Aug 2019
54
43rd
A lot of action and colors. I admire Guy Richie to reach that level but I prefer more adult kind of stories from him.
Rated 07 Sep 2019
70
50th
Serviceable but mostly unnecessary update to a childhood fave. On the stronger end of the Disney live action remakes. Nice to see Will having some fun after a long stretch of stinkers but jeez, lay off the autotune lads.
Rated 29 May 2019
77
32nd
This movie wasn't perfect, but It had it's moments. By far the worst part about this movie is Jafar. His crazy eyes were so distracting, and unlike the original he had no personality. Mena Moussoud definitely looked the part, but I didn't really get an Aladdin vibe from him. Scott was pretty gud. Abu and Carpet were the best parts of the movie. I was amazed they casted Smith as Genie. Fresh Prince of Agrabah? But he actually didn't do bad. Would definitely recommend this if your a Disney lover.
Rated 17 Jul 2019
63
24th
Most of this score's from what they were able to lift from the original story that worked. That's only so much. Abu, Iago, Rajah- none of them work at all, they are hardly characters at all. The action is clunky most times. Will Smith is passable but nowhere close to Robin Williams. It's not as if the movie doesn't use some irrational visual spectacles, like when Aladdin steals/gives things. Too much to ask to keep the characters truer? No character feels right in here, especially Jafar.
Rated 24 Aug 2019
50
26th
Slick spectacle is another predictable Disney live action remake that, unlike Dumbo, makes no real attempt to expand on the original story. The leads are bland, and the songs slow proceedings down to a crawl when performed by them. It's also far too long, but Smith is surprisingly decent as the genie, despite not initially looking the part, and Ritchie's colour palette is pleasing to the eye. It's hardly inspired and takes no risks, but it's perfectly acceptable for what it is.
Rated 20 Aug 2019
3
65th
Once again... It will never measure up to the original, but unlike "Beauty and the Beast" they managed to actually update it a little bit, both storywise and characterwise, but also with a couple of new songs. I liked it! I'm completely on board with Massoud as Aladdin, and definitely on board with Scott as Jasmin. Smith could never live up to Williams' Genie, but he does have his moments. *Good
Rated 02 Jul 2019
34
3rd
The only parts of this you will remember are the parts you enjoyed because they were recreations of an original work of art, which happened to be excellent. Everything in this mess looks stiff and cheap, which is mindboggling considering Disney literally has all of the money on earth. It couldn't be any more obvious what a soulless cash grab this is. Laughable action, painful CGI, miscast Jafar. And I won't even mention Will Smith's plain-bread Genie. I'm officially over these remakes.
Rated 21 Jun 2020
72
42nd
They made some interesting changes, especially with Jasmine. This is nowhere near as good as the original, but a slightly better result than the Lion King remake. Actors for Jafar and Aladdin weren't so good. Will Smith did the best he could, but was doomed to fall short of the original no matter what he did, just like the movie. I'm sure Di$ney accomplished their goal just fine.
Rated 13 Sep 2019
4
27th
Aladdin with gratuitous break dancing and rap. Just like we all wanted.
Rated 01 Jun 2019
42
40th
watchable
Rated 21 Sep 2019
85
63rd
Will Smith doesn't quite reach the levels of eccentricity that Williams brought to the role but it is still a fun take. This movie had heart, chemistry between the two leads and a story that definitely allowed for the outlandish and for a core to be formed. The visuals at times felt a bit over the top and haphazardly done to keep it three dimensional worthy. It took away from the realism set against the fantasy. At times it took away the heart of the film and replaced it with a created image.
Rated 07 Feb 2020
29
25th
From, Disney Corporation, the studio that brought you [Dumbo], comes a [live-action remake] of a classic adventure: [Aladdin]! Starring a diverse cast including: [Will Smith], [Naomi Scott], and [racial minority #4]! With daring themes of [classism] and [feminism]! The CGI [Will Smith] will leave you breathless! See it today!
Rated 21 Oct 2019
65
42nd
I was pleasantly surprised. The fake monkey is terrifying and blue Will Smith is appalling, but the sets and costumes are lavish and vivid and Mena Massoud is terrifically charismatic. To boot, of all the empowerment attempts awkwardly shoehorned into recent Disney remakes, Jasmine's actually meant something to the story (even if it still felt kinda forced and coldly corporate). A pretty fun flick.
Rated 10 Jun 2019
75
73rd
This was great. Expectations might have been low, but it does a fantastic job of honouring the original animation while bringing a new feel for the now. Yes, it's not perfect but, it's sure as heck enjoyable, even if it is a little heavy-handed at times. Will Smith does an incredible job as the Genie, and Guy Ritchie shows much restraint in his direction, making this the best film either of them has made in the longest time.
Rated 08 Jun 2019
55
44th
Some of the musical numbers are fun and impressive, but some felt unnecessary. Jasmine's new song sounded like it was written for the Eurovision song contest... The cast was good for the most part. Unfortunately Jafar's character was a disappointment. It's not a terrible adaptation, just a bit forgettable.
Rated 22 Jun 2019
71
49th
It falters a bit, in the beginning, to keep up with the fluidity of the original animation (the fast-forward tricks didn't work well and were awkward), but when they push the dancing part; it became enjoyable. Will Smith did wonders with the genie and Naomi Scott made a great oriental princess (the dresses were very kitschy though, god, having a daughter I'm becoming a girl). Live-action Alaadding can 100% mimick toothy smile of the animation (it is a bit creepy actually), decent overall.
Rated 05 Jun 2020
61
20th
Watchable (if unnecessary) retread proves an underlying suspicion that the story and plotting of both films is largely dull and rote, save being a stunning showcase for the late, great Robin Williams. It would have been impossible for this film to work on its own terms without going in a radically different direction - Smith is always an engaging presence, but he is no Robin Williams. At its best during the musical numbers, charmingly staged as theatrical extravaganzas.
Rated 02 Jun 2019
77
44th
The visual presentation of A Whole New World was the biggest miss in this adaptation, standing in stark contrast to other musical set pieces which were full of Bollywood-inspired flourishes. The other miss was Jafar -- he didn't even get a song to sing (or if he did, I've already forgotten it).
Rated 28 May 2019
7
57th
Aladdin is one of Disney’s better live action remakes that feels justified and updated. I had my reservations as I hold the animated classic in such high regard but I quickly found myself having fun and in a comfort zone. The long run time stretches the story and Guy Ritchie hits and misses. Aladdin & Jasmin are perfectly cast although Jafar is a big misfire. But I’m so pleased and relieved to say that Will Smith is absolutely fine as the Genie and I enjoyed his take on the character.
Rated 16 Jun 2019
20
0th
The worst special effects and action scenes ever made in a AAA movie
Rated 04 Sep 2019
65
62nd
Disney’s animated Aladdin was fantastic, and by its virtue makes this film one of the better live-action adaptations. Scott and Massoud are great. Pedrad was a nice addition. Abu, Iago, and Rajah lacked character. Smith was decent, and the jam scene garnered a few laughs, but never comes close to the comic depth of Williams. My major problem was with the 3rd act; from Jasmine’s music video, to the removal of Jafar’s Prince Ali reprise, the film is less about Aladdin and worse off for it.
Rated 29 May 2019
77
75th
3D bad (too dark in many scenes). Audio good.
Rated 31 Aug 2019
70
28th
Didn't hate it as much as most people on here seem to because the source material is SO good. Even the echo elevates this live action remake to respectable heights. The Jasmin and Aladdin characters are bland, but Will Smith does admirably filling in the gold. pointy shoes of the Genie. The new songs are terrible; the old renditions are not as good as the classics. It's passable enough to pass an afternoon hour or two but other than that, don't watch it.
Rated 26 Dec 2019
63
20th
Art design great, singing average.
Rated 04 Jun 2019
70
55th
I was pretty worried during the first half. Every scene felt like a checklist; every actor was just trying to hit their mark. Then Smith arrived, and I almost forgot about analyzing things. I had fun and laughed.
Rated 13 Jun 2019
50
33rd
Lots of extravaganza for 128 minutes directed by a toned-down Ritchie really look less boring than expected. Leads are weak. Songs are OK. And the really good thing here is Will Smith's Genie. And I mean, he is REALLY good.
Rated 01 Jun 2020
54
34th
Jafar (Kenzari) sucks sooo much vitality out of this movie. Aladdin (Massoud) wasn't as wooden and bad as I was foretold. Overall, some good changes (like giving Jasmine more foot-room even though it was quite saccharose at the end) and some bad (I liked the handmaiden supblot but did we need it? And that guard-dude who seems like such an integral character in the last scenes even though he had had like 45 seconds screen time prior!). I'm just surprised how lifeless and... small (?) it felt.
Rated 31 May 2019
65
62nd
Will Smith'den şarkılı danslı 1 Arap masalı. Öykü bilindik. Filme gelince artıları olduğu kadar eksileri var. Cini beklemek isteyen izleyiciler 20 dakika beklemesi gerekiyor. Çünkü açılış 1 tanışma serenomisi. Şarkılar çok abartı. Will Smith'i beğendim. Fakat Aladdin'e ısınamadım. Kötü adam çok gerçekciydi. Arabistan'ın iktidar hırslarını da iyi anlatmışlar. Özgürlük temasını iyi yedirmişler. Lambaya püf de belki içine biri kaçmıştır.
Rated 12 Apr 2020
50
35th
I don't think it was bad, I honestly just don't like supporting these remakes. It doesn't live up to the cartoon in almost every way, though the acting isn't bad and the music is pretty good.
Rated 09 Nov 2019
30
14th
Ruined a classic film. Much of the acting was subpar with more caricatures than actual characters. Will Smith made for a terrible genie. The songs were awful, with most of those cast to sing not really doing the songs justice (and autotune? really?). Only gets a couple points because I like the story.
Rated 03 Jun 2019
6
43rd
A colourful mix of guy ritchie (street kid makes good) themes, inspiration for Disney parades and rides, and the #me 2 movement- still prefer the original but entertaining.
Rated 19 Aug 2019
69
71st
This is a nice Disney jam (and I'm here doing a bit of the Roger Ebert 3 stars faint praise for films that are not meant for me tradition), so colorful that it plays like a less well-choreographed Bollywood musical, all the way through to its palace location, set of characters, and flowy wardrobe. And when the black genie-slave casts off his shackles, Will Smith turns it into an unexpectedly relevant moment.
Rated 04 Feb 2020
71
43rd
Aladdin is a surprisingly satisfying update on the original. Although it could never be quite as good. The music is well orchestrated. Will Smith is not at top form, but he wasn't bad either. The Bollywood influence can be jarring but entertaining. The two biggest flaws this movie has are Jafar and Iago. Which is a shame considering how great a double act they were in the animated film.
Rated 06 Jul 2019
3
43rd
Colour full, watchable and good singing from the leads, but I was missing some of the original feeling. Everything has to be so political correct that it kills... *Recommenadable
Rated 25 Apr 2024
5
24th
I don’t know if it’s the overload of mediocre CGI (blue Will Smith being the most distracting) or the bland Jafar but it feels like there’s a distinct lack of stakes in this one, and it’s too long too (Genie doesn't need a romance). Still, the leads are charming, there’s humour (see Ali meeting the Sultan) and good songs throughout, and the thread of Jasmine’s struggle for a voice (“Speechless” is excellent) is a poignant addition to the script that complements Aladdin’s own journey of identity.
Rated 18 Aug 2019
65
62nd
I haven't seen the original. I thought it would be more colorful and some of the songs were pretty bad. Overall though I enjoyed it.
Rated 10 Feb 2024
10
6th
Robin Williams made the animated version. This one has none of that.
Rated 29 Mar 2020
50
2nd
This is not even funny.
Rated 01 May 2020
16
45th
Wait that's not robin williams
Rated 05 Jan 2021
91
44th
Aladdin is a street rascal who steals to survive and is in love with a princess, the Sultan's daughter. Then he finds a magic lamp, from which appears a Spirit capable of fulfilling wishes. With the help of this Ghost, Aladdin then tries to conquer the heart of the princess.
Rated 11 Aug 2022
56
23rd
Ehhhh
Rated 11 May 2021
60
17th
Will Smith does a lot of heavy-lifting to carry this film (in a role that ultimately might be the one he's most remembered for.) While a few of the changes were an improvement on the original, most were not, most notably the neutered Jafar, blah ending, and lacklustre new original songs. Aladdin and Jasmine have cardboard chemistry and the sets and costumes look surprisingly cheap considering the exorbitant budget.
Rated 21 Feb 2021
60
9th
Disney finds new levels of soulless art
Rated 30 Oct 2019
90
70th
Great live action adaptation of the animated classic. Will Smith is a great genie.
Rated 24 Jun 2020
60
40th
The biggest issue with Disney's live-action remakes is the music. Why cast Will Smith and not have him rap until closing credits? Friend Like Me in the film just leaves you missing Robin Williams. And then why include DJ Khaled, a man who expects his kept wife to go down on him but refuses to reciprocate because he's a "king". Extremely poor choice to include him as a feature in a movie with a feminist message and Jasmine's song Speechless. A bitter ending to an otherwise enjoyable movie.
Rated 25 Feb 2020
61
56th
It was an okay remake. It didn't have any charm or heart but it also wasn't an abomination. Will Smith did fine and didn't try to copy Robin Williams, but his singing was surprisingly weak and his CGI genie felt a bit off in the looks department. The other two leads were okay I guess. Naomi Scott is a good singer but otherwise didn't do much for me aside for trying to trick me into thinking she was Sarah Michelle Gellar. Mena Massoud was the weakest link ...
Rated 03 Jan 2020
95
79th
they made this a Will Smith vehicle instead of just remaking the original and it works, well almost perfectly except for the 2 new lame, pathetic new tunes.
Rated 24 Jun 2019
91
78th
Excellent.
Rated 23 Feb 2021
92
65th
My only minor criticism is that it's a little long, but otherwise totally fun and visually stunning remake.
Rated 17 Sep 2019
40
15th
Another pointless live action remake from the House of Mouse. Everything here is just bland and unexciting and I couldn't have cared less about what happened to this one note characters. The actors try their hardest, but they are not really given anything to work with. This is one of the worst films of 2019.
Rated 28 Dec 2019
22
11th
D
Rated 29 Aug 2021
70
24th
Not as good as the original, of course, but not as horrible as I was expecting. Will Smith was definitely the best part, and I especially enjoyed his version of Arabian Nights. I'm not sure how I feel about the changes made to the ending, but overall I wouldn't be opposed to watching it again at some point.
Rated 11 Aug 2019
60
25th
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Rated 06 Jun 2019
67
57th
The best Disney live-action remake so far (not by a large margin though). Making Jasmine a strong woman may have been a good idea in concept, but then again what did she really do except vowing not to remain Speechless (and stealing food for poor children)? Should have given her more roles than this!
Rated 01 May 2021
66
41st
There was some charm in this film. It did not come from the musical numbers or Will Smith as the genie. Or any of the romance plot lines. In fact, most of the charm comes from the charismatic lead, Mena Massoud. To be honest, it's kinda just a crap live action version of a movie that is far better animated. Disney has sucked at all live action remakes post-Jungle Book.
Rated 18 Aug 2021
68
35th
Started of really poor, with unimpressive song and a general lackluster feel. But from the moment Will Smith appears it instantly became much more enjoyable and the whole movie, including the songs, became alive. It's also from this moment the movies follows the animation almost beat for beat. Keeping this remake feel redundant, but at least it entertains while watching it. The infusion of Bollywood elements, with of course a typical Bollywood dance routine, fitted the subject and works well.
Rated 11 Oct 2021
50
4th
Wow, holy farc this was bad. Like...how?? And how did this make over a billion dollars???
Rated 21 Aug 2019
65
36th
Musicals killin' me
Rated 14 Nov 2019
50
28th
Like most of the Disney live-action remakes, feels somewhat unnecessary.
Rated 12 Dec 2020
70
54th
Underrated. I thought it was pretty similar to the original. I do miss Robin Williams, but Will Smith is really not bad. Loved the music and this is a pretty good live action movie :)
Rated 06 Aug 2021
55
8th
7?
Rated 01 May 2020
74
62nd
Çocuklarla izledim. Eğlenceliydi.
Rated 18 Mar 2021
68
30th
Doesn't have the magic that the first one had. Despite their claims, I think Will Smith's genie was too much like Robin Willaims and never really made his own. I also feel the Jafar in the original was such a unique performance that Marwan Kenzari really fell flat. I'm really starting to feel these new live-action Disney remakes are probably going to be considerably subpar, so much so to the point I wonder, why even bother when them anymore.
Rated 27 Sep 2019
30
21st
Smith is the films biggest asset and finest performer. Most everything else is a bit shit.
Rated 04 Apr 2020
90
65th
Fun and cute. Not as good as the original, but still a feel good movie.
Rated 17 Jun 2023
70
43rd
Good for what it is.
Rated 13 Jan 2020
95
98th
The amazing thing about the movie is that it's full with political correct propaganda, but it didn't bother me. This time they made it right. Jasmine is given much more focus in the movie, she is not just Aladdin's love interest here, but evolves into a true protagonist. Without spoiling anything, I can say that the changes are not only coherent with the original story, but they also enhance it. I also dare say, this is the first time that the live version Disney is better than the animated one.
Rated 01 Mar 2020
68
35th
Will Smith as a genie is the best casting in the movie, which says a lot about the movie.
Rated 07 Nov 2019
60
57th
I love the original, so my opinion is beyond biased. The film is objectively bad, but very entertaining. Massoud is great, but can't sing, while the opposite goes for Scott.
Rated 30 Jul 2021
48
11th
It's marvelous how Disney have different kinds of directors who have their own style and have them make the same movies over and over again, also be able to make those movies appealing to the general audience!
Rated 23 Nov 2019
70
63rd
Maybe it was just my very low expectations, but I didn't hate this like I thought I would. They made some changes that didn't work (a lot having to do with the music) but also some that did work (like the tantalizing glimpses of Jafar's backstory. Now there's a spin-off I'd watch). After a rocky start, I even found myself liking Will Smith as Genie. My main complaint was with the guy who played Aladdin and who had all the charisma and easygoing charm of a dishwasher.
Rated 17 Oct 2019
58
7th
İlk 1 saat zar zor katlandım,yer yer keyifli ve komikti ama artık ilk 1 saatten sonra film gitmiyor ya cidden gitmiyor acayip bayıyor. Guy Ritchie ne oldu sana ?
Rated 24 Nov 2019
45
29th
There's so little weight, import or scope to anything that's happening on screen that it feels like you're watching a stage musical. I hate stage musicals. Will Smith is unbearable. The actors can't or don't act. The lighting is inexcusable. The CGI is sloppy. I could go on but, like the people behind this remake, I just won't bother.
Rated 02 Dec 2019
90
92nd
There is such vibrancy to Aladdin, even if it is a remake. Animated colors pale compared to the brilliant splashes of red, blue, yellow, gold, the feel of the gritty dust, the soft smoothness of the silk. Ritchie has taken the tale and brought its bright, fabulous fantasy to life.
Rated 24 Mar 2020
65
32nd
Not insultingly bad, just not good either.
Rated 28 Aug 2020
40
18th
https://i.imgur.com/PJ6XBec.gif
Rated 27 Dec 2019
30
4th
Everyone is overshadowed by a carpet.
Rated 30 Aug 2020
64
38th
If you're thinking of watching this version of ALADDIN, just go with the 1992 Disney animation original. And, keep away from the direct-to-video sequel.
Rated 04 Oct 2019
90
59th
1761: good and fuuny
Rated 29 Sep 2019
40
57th
That Disney splendor lost on adult me. Might just be me falling out of their chosen demographic, for I didn't feel the magic of this magical tale. Sure, there are entertaining aspects of Aladdin (2019), but not enough for this movie to stand out compared to so many other adventure movies made over the years. Didn't feel that heartfelt touch. Just safe $$$.
Rated 06 Jul 2019
67
47th
It's biggest weakness is that it basically has the exact same plot as its 1992 predecessor. Which honestly surprised me. As did the singing (no, I'm not kidding...I didn't know anything about the movie except that it's a Guy Ritchie movie and that those Will Smith blue cgi genie images I saw on the internet weren't memes but stills from an actual movie someone actually made). And the plot was a weak link already in the 1992 classic. Its biggest strength is everything else. Prefer the Ger dub.

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