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Fantasia 2000

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A new generation of Disney animators and filmmakers offer an exciting showcase for today's audiences. Adding to the fun and entertainment, celebrity hosts from the various arts appear on screen to introduce each of the segments.
Actors: Tony Anselmo,
Tony Anselmo
Tony Anselmo 18 February 1960, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Eric Goldberg,
Eric Goldberg
Eric Goldberg 1 May 1955, Levittown, Pennsylvania, USA
Itzhak Perlman,
Itzhak Perlman
Itzhak Perlman 31 August 1945, Tel Aviv, Palestine [now Israel]
Leopold Stokowski,
Leopold Stokowski
Leopold Stokowski 18 April 1882, Marylebone, London, England, UK
Hendel Butoy,
Hendel Butoy
Hendel Butoy 15 December 1958, Brazil
Ga√ętan Brizzi,
Ga√ętan Brizzi
Ga√ętan Brizzi 24 December 1951, Paris, France
Laraine Newman,
Laraine Newman
Laraine Newman 2 March 1952, Los Angeles, California, USA
Russi Taylor,
Russi Taylor
Russi Taylor 4 May 1944, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Benee Leavy,
Benee Leavy
Benee Leavy 30 August 1956, Israel
Penn Jillette,
Penn Jillette
Penn Jillette 5 March 1955, Greenfield, Massachusetts, USA
Wayne Allwine,
Wayne Allwine
Wayne Allwine 7 February 1947, Glendale, California, USA
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Genre: FamilyAnimationFantasy
Director: Ga√ętan Brizzi ,
Ga√ętan Brizzi
Ga√ętan Brizzi 24 December 1951, Paris, France
James Algar
James Algar
James Algar 11 June 1912, Modesto, California, USA
Release: 1999
IMDb: 7.1
Quality:
Duration: 75 min
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CRITICS OF "Fantasia 2000"
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Groucho Reviews
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December 10, 2010

A worthy successor to the original concept, allowing the next generation of animation talent to cut loose. [Blu-ray]
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TIME Magazine
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September 07, 2008

It provides some fine artists the chance to stretch and frolic, even as it reminds today's audiences of animation's limitless borders.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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December 05, 2009

A lightweight affair... Despite some momentary flashes of brilliance, this is no successor to the great Fantasia.
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

March 21, 2001

Whatever its flaws -- from kitschy cupids to racist centaurs -- at least the first Fantasia had a human touch. The sequel seems cold and mechanical by comparison.
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Common Sense Media

December 24, 2010

Delightful, but may scare more sensitive kids.
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Old School Reviews
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September 20, 2013

balance in animation styles
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Chicago Reader
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November 16, 2009

The rest of these animated sequences depend on gimmickry, cuteness, or facile ideology.
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Globe and Mail

March 22, 2002

As with the original Fantasia, the new film is a mixture of artistically respectable and mediocre moments, which for overall ambition and range, has no parallel in the world of contemporary animation.
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Movie Views
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December 25, 2010

Although magnificent and filled with imagination, Fantasia 2000 doesn't hold up as being particularly ground-breaking or innovative.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2006

This must be the most belated sequel the movies have produced.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
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November 23, 2011

Overall, though, I didn't find it particularly satisfying
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Salon.com
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August 08, 2001

It's not that the images aren't pretty, or that great care hasn't gone into them -- it's that the sensibility behind them is so icky, limited in its conception of beauty to picture postcards and the sort of paintings you see in chain hotels.
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