Aladdin

DVD Release: August 6, 2002
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Synopsis

Go on a magical journey the whole family will enjoy thanks to this exotic adventure that will capture the imagination of children and parents alike. This film is made to be watched and treasured over and over again. With the help of the loyal Genie of the lamp, Aladdin woos the Sultan’s beautiful daughter, Princess Leila, and builds a magnificent palace–until the evil Hasseem steals the lamp and the Princess, too.

Dove Review

Combine a genie, a beautiful princess and a handsome young commoner and you have a magical voyage that is sure to engage all who join the adventure.

Aladdin unexpectedly becomes the master of a magical lamp and Genie, the mustachioed lamp dweller, soon delights at granting his every wish. However, Aladdin discovers trouble when he encounters Hasseem, a cunning and deceitful man who takes what is not his. He uses trickery to steal the lamp and, much to Genie’s dismay, becomes his new master. Hasseem sets his eyes on all that Aladdin has including the love of his life, Princess Leila. Hasseem underestimates the love of Aladdin for his princess, and a battle with great clashing of swords spills into the city streets. Hasseem is determined, but so is Aladdin.

Sure to capture the imagination of children, this swashbuckling film will be a favorite. Parents should be aware that the film contains of a good measure of sword fighting and animated magic throughout. However, it also contains strong themes of bravery, love, and commitment and we are pleased to award the Dove Family Approved Seal for viewers of all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Kiss-1/
Language: Swear by Allah-1; god-1.
Violence: Sword fights; falling on a sword with injury.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Animated magic; medicine woman used by character to foresee the future; threat of a “terrible death” and “cut you to pieces.”

Info

Company: Cinedigm
Producer: Diane Skenazi
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 49 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Nancy Bowens