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- Full Name: Aladdin
- Language: English
- Release Year: 2019
- Size: 12GB
- Quality: 2160p
- Format: Mkv
- Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Musical, Romance
- Duration: 02:01:12
- Release date: May 24, 2019
- Director: Guy Ritchie
- Stars: Will Smith, Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott
A kind-hearted street urchin and a power-hungry Grand Vizier vie for a magic lamp that has the power to make their deepest wishes come true. Aladdin is a 2019 American musical fantasy film directed by Guy Ritchie Produced by Walt Disney Pictures, it is a live-action adaptation of Disney’s 1992 animated film, which was based on the eponymous folktale from One Thousand and One Nights.
As soon as this live-action version of Aladdin was first announced, it seems certain people were against it. While I too have fond memories of seeing the original animated version at the theatre, I was at least willing to give this one a chance. I’m glad I did. Firstly, people need to realize an animated film and live-action films are two different things. Some things that work in animation just won’t translate too well into live-action. The other thing to accept is that, short of resurrecting Robin Williams, there was no way they were ever going to be able to replicate his unique take on the character of the Genie. Once you open your mind to the possibility that something can be ‘different’ but also *good*; then you’ll have a more pleasant experience. That’s what we get here: a movie that is familiar, but at the same time new/different (and that’s not a bad thing).
From the very beginning, the movie is somewhat different from what we might be expecting when we’re introduced to who is telling the story. While it was immediately evident to me what was going on, it wasn’t a ‘bad’ addition. After sweeping shots set to the song ‘Arabian Nights’, we’re introduced to the ‘street rat’ named Aladdin. Although much fuss has been made about the Genie casting, if Aladdin had been miscast, then the whole film would’ve suffered. Thankfully, I can say that I almost immediately liked Mena Massoud in the role. He’s funny, got moves/charm, makes for a likable ‘thief’ and his relationship with his pet monkey, Abu, is as good as I’d hoped it’d be. Speaking of, although people think of CGI characters badly a lot of the time, it must be made clear the animal companions in this are all wonderfully brought to life/fully-realized characters. Abu is expressive, funny, and helpful (despite sometimes getting them both into trouble).
Not before long Aladdin encounters Princess Jasmine (a well-cast Naomi Scott, who does a lot with the character and should make most Jasmine fans proud), who’s undercover among the people. I was afraid that the movie would rush through their first meeting, but was happy with the amount of time devoted to them developing an interest in each other. I could instantly tell that the beloved character of Jasmine was in safe hands as portrayed by Naomi Scott and that she had nice chemistry with Massoud’s Aladdin. Although not given as much to do as Abu, Jasmine’s loyal tiger companion, Rajah, is another lovely animal created with CGI, who I appreciated wasn’t largely ignored. Jasmine’s other loyal friend, her handmaiden named Dalia, is actually a stand-out character in the movie. Nasim Pedrad has excellent comic timing, as does Naomi Scott, which is on full display in a fun scene where Aladdin comes to the palace and Jasmine attempts to maintain her cover.