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Lilo & Stitch

2002
Family/Kids
Animation
1h 25m
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Avg Percentile 49.31% from 5198 total ratings

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Rated 22 Jun 2007
90
95th
It's not often that you see a truly dysfunctional family in a Disney cartoon that feels believable. Tia Carrere does a great job in displaying her exasperation as Nani trying to raise the odd and troubled Lilo. Very enjoyable, and very different for Disney. Frankly, it's the first film in a long, long while for them that didn't feel lifted from somewhere.
Rated 01 Sep 2009
63
73rd
Gets shockingly heavy at moments, with two daughters still reeling from their parents' death and an alien creature without a meaning to live. Add to that the potent mix of Hawaiian and Elvis music, and the science fiction sensibilities, and you get something that's emotionally powerful and really appealing to me, even if the ending comes too easily and the technical aspects can't match Disney at its peak a decade earlier.
Rated 11 Apr 2019
70
34th
The early years of the new millennium mark a rough patch for traditionally animated movies. Computer animated movies were trending, and what's more, there was a lot of care put into them to make them appealing to all. "Lilo & Stitch" is like watching Disney go through puberty, you see some growth in capturing real human conflict and emotions with the child protective services, but it's still just not quite as mature as they would become.
Rated 14 Apr 2008
92
96th
Possibly the most unusual and otherwise unique Disney film ever to be made. For once reflecting the reality of families today--that we could lose each other at any point, and so we should treasure every moment.
Rated 01 Nov 2009
68
63rd
Such an odd storyline, but at least it's original. Pleasing but it's all quite chaotic.
Rated 12 Mar 2018
80
77th
I cannot believe they changed the ending where Lilo and Stitch hijack the plane with boxcutters , 9/11 sucked the fun right out of Disney , they just haven’t been the same since then.
Rated 17 Sep 2016
70
53rd
Lilo is an hilarious protagonist and the film itself is light and fun.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
80
68th
If you don't come out of this film wanting to live in Hawaii and own a Stitch of your own, you have no heart. The characters and setting lift this up from the usual Disney pablum.
Rated 08 May 2011
90
78th
Sure, the plot's a bit rushed at the end, and the whole thing's leisurely paced until it's not. But there are few Disney films as heartfelt, supportive of nontraditional families, and as, well, weird. Also, Stitch is just about the most adorable creature ever imagined.
Rated 29 Apr 2011
91
78th
A wonderful little movie that balances its weirder elements with an easy-to-embrace heart.
Rated 21 Jun 2014
4
34th
This isn't a horrible movie, but I'm kinda mad they replaced that cool Alien Encounter ride at Epcot with a weird Lilo & Stitch ride. Lame
Rated 14 Aug 2007
50
26th
Kind of endearing in the first half watching Stitch rip shit up, but once the Disney formula kicks in it's all downhill.
Rated 28 Sep 2009
81
64th
Simple, yes, but it has an honest sensibility missing from many kids films. Lilo is a bit annoying at the start but once we see more of her life it's easy to root for her and the situation allows the film to really capture your heart.
Rated 25 Sep 2010
72
86th
Most of the film is the same as any other of this type, but Stitch is great and the weird Hawaiian Elvis score really makes this a lot of fun. One of the best traditional animated Disney films.
Rated 26 Jul 2008
80
67th
I liked this a lot more than I thought I would. Maybe it has gotten lost among other animated movies but you can't go wrong with this. It's funny with heart.
Rated 25 Jul 2009
10
96th
One of the last great Disney animated movies. Disney finally gets into original territory, and knocks one out of the park.
Rated 13 Jul 2012
75
85th
Cute and not as annoying as you'd expect. The subtext about the importance of family was well done and rarely got preachy.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
81
55th
Cute.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
63
42nd
A cute family movie with some decent laughs here and there. While it's better than most kids movies I still wouldn't watch it unless the kids wanted to.
Rated 09 Sep 2015
8
93rd
(2014-15 Disneython #36:) I watched this back in 2002 and it's didn't make a huge impression on me. To my shock, rewatching it today in 2015, it's now one of my favorite Disney films of all time. Clever, funny, deeply emotional and exciting and witty and packed with both Hawaiian and alien goodness. Damn, this is a great movie. It doesn't hurt that Lilo's big sister is the hottest Disney chick of all time, with her midriff-baring tops and a thick, juicy ass that just won't quit.
Rated 27 Feb 2013
50
52nd
Pretty good compared to some of the Disney animated output from the few years before this. It's still very much a kids film, but has enough charm and humour to keep adults amused, without resorting to pop culture references and "jokes for the parents". The story is markedly more original and better-written than past Disney efforts.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
90
95th
This is an example of Disney trying to get back to its roots. I loved it. Cute story.
Rated 06 Apr 2012
87
54th
Not Disney's most inventive pictures, but Lilo and Stitch has enough weird and very enjoyable characters and scenes and the animation and voice acting are just fine. It's pretty enjoyable and endearing at times.
Rated 02 Jun 2015
96
85th
Who doesn't love Lilo & Stitch? As a kid, I used to watch the Disney Channel spinoff show religiously after school. I want to shake the hand of whoever thought of this beautiful juxtaposition-- part exciting space escapade, part girl-and-her-alien-dog buddy tale, and part family drama. That last element is what really makes the movie what it is, in my opinion. Nani should be hailed as a Disney princess in her own right for how hard she worked to be the best sister she could be. Love this movie.
Rated 23 Jan 2019
64
67th
The Disney-ness of the story actually gets in the way of how interesting many of the characters actually are. I love the interaction between the sisters and Stitch's existential crisis. But since this is Disney and must be made for children a lot of this takes a back-seat to the whimsical plot and musical numbers.
Rated 18 Jul 2019
8
80th
The highlight here is the blossoming bond between precious lil troublemaker Lilo and her alien kin Stitch, with their quirky and sometimes destructive antics masking a simple search for belonging. The sister relationship and weighty broken-family motif are full of genuine feeling too though, and together with the refreshing island setting these dynamics make for a grounded and charming character-focused film. The wild space action bookends then, while entertaining, feel a bit out of place.
Rated 22 Aug 2017
89
56th
I love that they included Elvis Presley's songs, being a fan of his that made me really happy 1
Rated 29 May 2012
81
85th
Extremely reminiscent of The Iron Giant - not just in plot details, but in its honesty and emotional rawness. The relationship between Lilo and Nani doesn’t feel sanitized - it rings true with in a genuine sort of way that often escapes the tidy cookie-cutter family dynamics of mainstream animation. As good as everything else is here, the greatness of Lilo & Stitch is found in Lilo and Nani.
Rated 01 Jun 2008
94
87th
Absolutely loved every second of it. Elvis was a nice choice for the soundtrack.
Rated 16 Sep 2007
89
97th
I really like this disney movie. The characters are interessting, the animations are good and the story is nice.
Rated 23 Aug 2015
65
39th
Not the best Disney but not a bad film
Rated 11 Jul 2015
75
49th
I remember being dissappointed by it much as a kid, but re-watching it as an adult it's become easier to appreciate it's edgier and oddball nature. This has become one of Disney's most under-rated flicks, showcasing some of the most realistic and believable characters in the entire Disney library. Still, it's pacing is off and while cute, lacks a certain level of charm that we see in the animated greats.
Rated 24 May 2018
64
31st
Didn't impress me much as a kid but then again it was around the same time I was starting to get corrupted by violent action/horror movies. For the ten-year-old me this didn't really comapare well to Dog Soldiers. Saw it again later and it still didn't make a very strong impression, although I did appreciate some of the weird touches a bit more. It feels unfortunately stuck between a formulaic Disney product and a little oddball curiosity.
Rated 28 Apr 2009
92
83rd
Proof Disney can still make great animated movies.
Rated 29 Oct 2007
90
96th
Fresh, quirky, hilarious and full of unique characters and plot elements that create a highly entertaining, heart-felt story. It appeals to adults as well as children. One of Disney's most original and fun!
Rated 23 Mar 2009
91
83rd
This is the non Pixar disney film I love. Best non pixar disney film of this decade by far.
Rated 28 Jul 2008
75
56th
Give it a 75 because, while it's not a film that I will actively pursue watching again, it's a cute little kids flick that will get over well with that age group.
Rated 13 Jan 2018
99
98th
Rvw. End and bland big alien guy made me wanna lower a point but nah one of my favs. I love lilo so much. And shit was real. 90 jan 13 2018. jan 2021 99- cuz lilo might be the best disney character ever
Rated 20 Sep 2017
67
43rd
This is about where Disney hit it's all-time low. Still, it's Disney, so the movie has some charm to it.
Rated 15 Jan 2009
90
80th
Love it! it makes me cry! Ohana (sp?) means family! sucker punch right to the heart!
Rated 07 Nov 2015
74
72nd
Great family friendly film. Lovable characters, nice story, touching scenes with a good and sweet message and overall just a very enjoyable. Thought the final act was a bit messy but everything else makes up for it, a very good film for the whole family!
Rated 11 Apr 2015
80
36th
A strange, but enjoyable movie. I'm honestly not sure how this movie works but it does. It takes a struggling family of two sisters and places them within a sci-fi story of a crashed alien in Hawaii. The result is a good mix of humor, action, and touching scenes as everything transpires. All topped off with an Elvis soundtrack.
Rated 26 Aug 2015
75
83rd
Really weird to start, but finds its groove in the second act. Terrific animation, characters, laughter and drama.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
85
77th
A surprisingly fresh Disney 2-D animation filled with Elvis and aliens, and set in Hawaii.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
83
77th
Kind of irritating to watch the older sister (Nani) get deeper and deeper into trouble with no relief, but that little Stitch is so damn funny! I love Stitch!
Rated 14 Aug 2007
74
55th
This is one of the four Disney movies made after 1942 that I would happily show any of my theoretical children.
Rated 10 Jan 2019
62
52nd
Has a half-dozen great gags, and a dozen or so heartwarming character moments. Lilo is a truly unique children's protagonist, and her behavioral struggles do a lot to elevate the film. Ultimately, a whole lot of slapstick and broadbrush comic relief stop the film from remaining in any sort of meaningful emotional territory.
Rated 24 Feb 2007
50
35th
Good childrens animation.
Rated 24 Aug 2008
45
29th
Full of heart and shows Disney trying to get back to their roots.
Rated 10 Mar 2018
70
46th
how the fuck did i not rate this rip jumba
Rated 12 Oct 2015
88
93rd
Criticker suggested 65 points for this one. How dare you, Criticker?! This is an underrated classic, one of the best Disney movies ever made and certainly better than the self-important and awkward Pocahontas. Supposedly, the Disney company would like to make more movies with non-white and non-western characters; this is what it looks like when they stop hemming and hawing and wringing their hands and just DO it.
Rated 12 Apr 2018
65
31st
This film is so far from the Disney canon in all respects, it's worth attention already for this. That means it doesn't have the typical Disney flaws, but it doesn't have the Disney virtues either. It has flaws and virtues of a different kind.
Rated 14 Mar 2014
40
9th
Every single character is terribly obnoxious. The best thing about this movie has nothing to do with the movie itself: it's the trailers for it that had Stitch appear in and corrupt several other (much better) Disney classics.
Rated 26 Sep 2015
67
47th
Follows the old conflicts-arise-because-people-blame-other-people-for-shit-they-clearly-didn't-do-when-they-had-every-reason-to-blame-them-earlier rule and sometimes mixes cartoon logic with...let's say regular logic...in an unsatisfying manner. The emotional beats are really well done, though.
Rated 07 Jan 2018
87
70th
Lilo and Stitch is a unique tale for Disney. Combining a timeless family story with a well thought out alien universe. The voice work is flawless. Each scene either builds the drama or makes you laugh out loud. Stitch himself is adorable and surprisingly three dimensional. Daveigh Chase's voice work as Lilo is among the best child voice acting Disney has ever released.
Rated 16 Sep 2007
85
94th
One of my favorite disney films. Smart, charming, funny, and heartwarming.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
70
61st
Fun, but a far cry frol Olde Disney.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
88
60th
What's not to love about this movie? Elvis, Hawaii, Family -- and Stitch!!!
Rated 30 Mar 2009
23
26th
at my school everybody copied stitch's vice for ages it was so annoying
Rated 22 Jun 2013
60
18th
Feels like Disney on a budget. There is nothing here beyond cultural tropes.
Rated 21 Jan 2008
75
44th
It was a new concept and the characters were beautifully designed. Fun movie
Rated 10 Nov 2007
55
12th
I expect some humor for adults that would go over the kids heads, but there was none.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
72
55th
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Rated 12 May 2015
6
46th
Elvis Presley most definitely farted a considerable amount, therefore no impersonation of the King of Rock N' Roll would be complete without a few goes on the butt trumpet.
Rated 28 Oct 2009
95
56th
Regardless of parents talking about how this movie wasnt good because of the social worker, I still thought it was a very cute movie.
Rated 27 Jun 2021
80
62nd
Lilo & Stitch is a really cute story. I liked the peak into Hawai'i this movie gave us. I think they could have gone farther but it wasn't bad for the time. The voice acting is top notch, as it should be for a Disney movie. The theme of O'hana, family, in this movie was the most important theme. Both of the title characters are struggling with their family identities and this adventure helps them find their families and shows them the importance of their families. It's funny and sweet.
Rated 06 Aug 2010
5
44th
e vi duas vezes!!! uma com o Dedé e a segunda com a Quel e a Mariana.. dormi nessa segunda vez aí..
Rated 18 Feb 2019
75
83rd
Rewatch. I like the blend of Hawaiian culture, Elvis music, and aliens. The situation with the older sister being a poor parent isn't great. Lilo seems far too mature for a 5 year old. Fav scenes: surfing; poor tanned guy dropping his ice creams.
Rated 30 May 2007
65
52nd
Good for kids has Kevin McDonald from kids in the hall as a voice in it so it makes this one that much better.
Rated 28 Apr 2022
63
24th
Bouncy, good-natured but completely unremarkable animated effort is at its best when painting in broad and cheerful strokes, making the abrupt switches to comparatively heavy dramatic themes a bit tonally disorienting. There’s nothing here that hasn’t been done before and better, even by Disney; the superficial Hawaiian flavour at least makes it visually interesting.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
70
56th
Far from classic Disney, but it is entertaining and cute, and near impossible to dislike. Recommended for the young and young-at-heart.
Rated 23 Oct 2019
97
92nd
Not one of the most praised in Disney's library of animated classics, but it's surprisingly original, funny, and very, very cute.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
10
10th
There are either good animated films or bad animated features, and this is one of the latter.
Rated 10 Oct 2023
88
34th
It was good
Rated 25 Jul 2008
98
85th
Love this, more disney!
Rated 14 Aug 2007
30
7th
It's like an animated version of Monkey Trouble. I hate this film, and although I try to keep my reviews less angry, this will be an exception. The movie is so painfully stupid. Any bit of cuteness or attachment is ruined, because the character Stitch is so completely obnoxious, and he never improves, so I wonder why the film even happens. The little girl should realize that her new monster dog is a rotten turd of a being and deserves no love, just like the rest of the film! Total crap!
Rated 15 Feb 2023
88
87th
audiovisual 86 overall feeling 90 avg 88
Rated 24 Feb 2021
40
73rd
Really likable characters, especially Lilo and her older sister. The plot is straightforward but its just a really sweet film.
Rated 24 Jul 2023
81
94th
I love Disney movies and thought it was a great movie.
Rated 21 Oct 2008
55
32nd
Cute.
Rated 17 Apr 2011
82
52nd
A new Disney Classic!
Rated 17 Sep 2008
20
15th
Gab..
Rated 08 Jun 2009
100
94th
Stitch is a vicious beast from an alien planet created with spare genetic parts by scientists gone mad. Kinda like Joan Rivers.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
65
33rd
pleasant
Rated 13 Sep 2022
93
87th
So cozy, so nice. My best friend's absolute favorite movie
Rated 29 Dec 2009
90
94th
omg. like...omg.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
85
67th
Great, fun movie.
Rated 14 Feb 2009
77
36th
good kid movie, liked it a lot
Rated 02 Mar 2008
50
13th
Marked Disney's decline.
Rated 28 Jul 2008
31
4th
One of the worst Disney movies I've seen. Stupid and annoying.
Rated 07 May 2020
100
93rd
Disney will never make anything this good again.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
0
0th
not my thing at all!
Rated 18 Dec 2014
70
28th
Fun and cute. Wasn't too exciting.
Rated 10 Dec 2008
80
60th
Charming, whitty and funny. In the real Disney tradition, this has an off the wall plot with some real in jokes and enough charm for the whole family. Not typical Disney flick but well worth a look with the kids.
Rated 30 Nov 2015
73
41st
B
Rated 14 Aug 2007
50
34th
Cuteness only goes so far.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
85
81st
fun for the kids
Rated 28 Apr 2023
92
94th
Acting & Casting - 15 /15 Presentation and Development of Characters - 13/15 Story and Story Presentation - 15 /15 Visual Quality - 9/10 Creativity - 4/5 Execution - 10/10 Pacing and Lenght - 5/5 Music and Theme - 5/5 Sound and Visual Quality, Cinematography - 8/10 Directing - 8/10
Rated 01 May 2009
70
71st
very good!
Rated 06 Oct 2010
84
55th
Adorable. Had a lot more going for it than I expected. The Disney magic may not be there in its entirety, but how often have they really captured it over the years? I'm grateful for something done with this much care. You know, not full of witless gags and no regard for talented animation.

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