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  • Formato: Importación
  • Audio: Inglés, Francés, Holandés, Flamenco, Español
  • Subtítulos: Holandés, Español, Francés
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  • Estudio: Walt Disney Studios HE
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 3.8 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
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no termino de entender porque no tiene mas repercusión esta película, cuándo es super divertida, el tono hawaii está totalmente presente y stitch es uno de los mejores personajes disney... Por cierto, sale Dumbo y Mulán...
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Me encanta esta película, tiene bastantes extras, ademas se ve genial... es como volver a la infancia, vaya. Una compra magnifica.
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Aprovecho únicamente, para recalcar que a veces Amazon hace promociones 2x1 de películas Disney y que realmente NO TODO ES LO QUE PARECE...
En mi caso me engañaron pero bien, ya que era nueva por Amazon y el tema de los precios de Bluray Disney los desconocía... El año pasado me decidí a hacer la colección de películas Disney y en Marzo Amazon hizo una promoción 2x1. Ahora bien, Amazon lo que hizo fue DUPLICAR el precio de cada película Disney y luego ofrecer el 2x1, por lo que acaba costando lo mismo o incluso más. En mi caso compré el 2x1 con Frozen y La Bella Durmiente, la primera me costó 21,47€ y Frozen 23,97€ y ahora sin promoción alguna están a 11,87€ y 13,35€. Por lo que hagan cuentas señores, un auténtico timo. Sinceramente me parece vergonzoso, no estoy a favor de estas promociones ENGAÑOSAS que rozan el concepto real de estafa. Informo de esto, para evitar que otros caigan en las redes y así evitar que Amazon siga ofertando este tipo de "promociones". Un consejo que os diría, es que ante todo, compararais precios con otros centros que vendan estas mismas películas...En serio, vergonzoso....
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Al igual que el anterior comentario, opino lo mismo. Pertenece a la fase más desconocida de Disney de la época moderna y aunque tiene su carga dramática en lo que respecta a la problemática de Lilo y su familia, es claramente una comedia que junto a El emperador y sus locuras son mis preferidas de la etapa del 2000...Muy divertida y con puntazos que te hacen escapar alguna que otra carcajada que no digo cuáles para no echar por la borda el factor sorpresa si no la han visto todavía. Respecto a la calidad visual de este blu ray es tan excepcional como uno espera y por supuesto un indispensable en tu colección de Disney que se debió estrenar con Blancanieves...Gracias y saludos de Cayetano.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Deserves My Seal of Approval. 22 de mayo de 2016
Por jdog1205 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Lilo is a little girl from the state of Hawaii. She is raised by her sister Nani. Lilo and Nani have been dealing with the loss of their parents. After a visit from a social worker, Nani hears Lilo pray for an angel to come. Nani then decides that the best angel for Lilo is a dog. Lilo finds Stitch, an alien created by a mad scientist, and decides to take him in.
There are so many reasons why I give Lilo & Stitch a perfect score. For starters, the writers decided to tell a story of a family going through hard times and they do such an excellent job. I found myself caring for Lilo and Nani, hoping for things to end in the usually happy way that Disney movies do.
I also love the character Stitch. He has the friendly looks of ET and some of the most energetic antics I have ever seen in a cartoon character. Stitch is an absolute welcome sight for any die hard Disney fan.
The animation is also spectacular. The use of Hawaii as the setting gives Lilo & Stitch a beautiful looking back drop. The use of water colors being blended in with traditional animation is stunning.
Lilo & Stitch also has a great soundtrack with a perfect selection of Elvis Presley songs that are complemented by the score of Back to the Future composer Alan Silvestri.
The movie also delivers important messages for kids in a very entertaining way. Stitch is the perfect solution for the trouble that Lilo and Nani have been facing, but during the films climax it seems as though they feel like he is not. This tells kids to be careful when searching for the solution to their problems. On top of that there is the theme of ohana. Ohana is Hawaiin for family. Lilo says that family means that nobody gets left behind or forgotten. The use of this theme brings my to tears.
The writing is excellent, the characters are great, the animation is spectacular, and the messages for kids are delivered perfectly. Lilo & Stitch is a rare movie that is as close to perfect entertainment and rightfully deserves my seal of approval.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Traditional Animation All Over Again 8 de junio de 2013
Por Brianew Merry - Publicado en Amazon.com
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For anyone who was between 8 and 14 for the movie's 2002 release, I probably don't need to convince you it's a great film. If you're a little older and remember The Little Mermaid and other traditionally-rendered films fondly, I think you'll take the film for its art style alone. Watercolor backgrounds and some great character art direction make for a really watchable and colorful film, not to mention the fluid and sometimes manic motion seen in Stitch and the other alien characters.

If you'd like a really short review, please read the final paragraph of this review. If you'd like to read a little more about how the movie might be taken, keep on reading.

But it's not just a bauble. The plot sees a colorful and funny cast of aliens interacting with a struggling pair of sisters living on Hawaii's Kauai island, just as DCFS asks pointedly if younger sister Lilo is better off living with older sister Nani. The arrival of Stitch (an alien genetic experiment gone awry) throws everything into chaos for them both, including some pretty great scenes when Nani tries desperately to find a new job only to have Lilo and Stitch ruin her chances accidentally. It's the best use of a montage I've seen in a long, long time and gives some good laughs along the way.

The A plot revolves around a family dynamic which incorporating Stitch by degrees and Nani's struggle to keep Lilo in her life. The B plot is the alien federation's attempts to secure Stitch ("Experiment 626") and put him in exile. The final act marries the A plot and B plot well, and it finishes on a high note. Not typical 'Disney pie in the sky, everything's good forever' stuff, but Lilo and Nani have a chance at a better life.

There are some moments that are pretty painful for an older teen or adult to watch, particularly one scene where it becomes clear Lilo should be placed in foster care, and for some Nani's struggles strike close to home. It's not framed the way most Disney films approach "broken" families - both Lilo and Nani need each other, but they're both ill-equipped to support each other. That's not exactly fixed by magic wand at the culmination of the movie, but the new house and a wider support network (including two exiled scientists from Stitch's federation of planets) suggest things might get easier.

Most kids will focus on Stitch - I mean his name is in the title! Trying to cope with his "genetic programming" and unable to act on his aggression, he comes to terms with not currently having a "family" as a spliced clone. He comes to make his own extended family with Lilo, Nani, and a few secondary characters. In the end he's a hero for saving Lilo from a kidnapping by an overzealous space captain out for Stitch's bounty, and Stitch remains happily exiled on Earth with his new family or "ohana." There's plenty of funny "bad boy" behavior and trickery by Stitch, and kids and adults alike will enjoy the action scenes. As violence goes it's bloodless but dynamic, fun, with huge sweeping motions and rolling fight scenes.

If it's a rainy afternoon and you have some kids over, pop some popcorn and watch this. Be prepared for a few "pew pew pew" sound effects and giggles every time Stitch scurries on six (yes, six) limbs. If not, there's nothing to stop you from enjoying a well-animated movie about family and aliens that doesn't pluck at the same heartstring over and over again. It knows its marks, it makes it, but it's not cloying, and its execution in animation and plot are both pretty neat.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Disney's greatest, bar none. 4 de marzo de 2012
Por Anthony. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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At first, the basic idea of the movie seems pretty simple: Quirky alien comes to Earth, teams up with an oddball little girl, and gets into all kinds of wacky shenanigans and the occasional heartwarming scene. It sounds like ET or ALF or something, but really, it's so much more. The kid isn't just a caricature or some manipulative sentimental cutout. She's practically a real kid. She's bizarre in the most unpredictable ways, she's funny, she's vibrant, she lashes out and mopes, she's immature, she's enlightening -- she's everything a real toddler is, all the contradictions, charms, headaches, and magic wrapped up and captured perfectly.

And the real beauty is that the movie isn't ultimately about the aliens. They're more like window-dressing, set pieces, or mood-setters. What the movie really is, through and through, is the story of two sisters who've lost their parents. They're both dealing with the grief, and moreover, they're learning how to move on. Nani, the older sister, finds herself suddenly having to be a mother. She has to find work, put her own life on hold, try to eke out some small living and make a proper home for her own baby sister.

Meanwhile, someone from child services is watching her every tiniest step, threatening to take the little sister away if Nani can't get a job and get her life into shape, but even he's not the villain. No, he's sympathetic as anyone. He doesn't want to separate the kid from the only family she has left. He sees the tragedy in all this, too, and ultimately, he's just trying to look out for the well-being of a little girl, even if taking her away would break his heart.

This really isn't a movie where you come out thinking, "Oh, that alien. He was so wacky!" Instead, he's really just this outsider who comes into their family and almost ruins everything. He loves them, and they love him, but there are just so many obstacles, so much adversity, and all they really want is to be together, to be a family. But the sisters are already in such a bad place, beaten down by life itself for no good reason, and he just adds so many more complications... But maybe family is worth complications. Maybe they can find a way. And that's really what the movie is about.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas funny charming heart-warming 19 de junio de 2003
Por audrey frances - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Based on the trailers I was not looking forward to this film, but it won me over quickly, and I watched the whole thing with pleasure. Lilo is a lonely little girl living with her older sister who is broke, looking for work, and trying to be a mother to her troubled, sad little sister. Stitch is an illegally created alien who has escaped to Earth and been placed in a Hawaiian dog kennel. Upon meeting, the two are immediately inseparable, to hilarious effect. The writing is very funny throughout. There are good guys, bad guys who turn out to be good guys, really bad guys, and Stitch -- the character who changes the most ("Are you sure he's a dog!?") through the course of the film. And there's a fair amount of Elvis. What's not to love here?

DVD extras are excellent. There are well-done featurettes about the production (including storyboarding, voice sessions and music), animation, Hawaii, the hula, and Stitch's persistent attempts to get on the big screen; a trivia game; 3 music videos; 4 trailers; 3 deleted scenes; and 9 promotional trailers for other films.
The film can be heard in English, French or Spanish, and subtitles are available in English.
Very nice dvd package indeed, and a fine funny family film.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 29 de septiembre de 2016
Por zkfirenation - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
love lilo and stitch!!! just an amazing movie. even has bonus features!


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