• Aladdin (2019)

Aladdin

Release Date: May 24th, 2019

PG |2 hr 8 min

Plot Summary

Aladdin is the exciting tale of the charming street rat Aladdin, the courageous and self-determined Princess Jasmine and the Genie who may be the key to their future. Directed by Guy Ritchie, who brings his singular flair for fast-paced, visceral action to the fictitious port city of Agrabah, the film is written by John August and Guy Ritchie based on Disneys Aladdin.

Cast: Billy Magnussen , Will Smith , Marwan Kenzari , Naomi Scott , Navid Negahban , Mena Massoud , Nasim Pedrad

Director: Guy Ritchie

Genres: Adventure , Family , Fantasy

Production Co: Lin Pictures,Marc Platt Productions,Walt Disney Productions

Distributors: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Ratings & Reviews

  • 100
    Peter TraversRolling Stone

    Besides the in jokes, the animation and the Alan Menken score supply enough glorious entertainment to hold even brats and cynics in thrall. show more

  • 100
    Peter StackSan Francisco Chronicle

    Beautiful, romantic and frantically funny. In its brief, often frenetic 85-minute running time it manages to be a riot of entertainment, embracing the best of old-fashioned merriment as well as savvy, up-to-the-minute contemporary humor, thanks in large part to an extraordinary performance by Robin Williams. [25 Nov 1992, p.E1]

  • 88
    Bill CosfordMiami Herald

    It is a masterpiece of design. The animated backgrounds are voluptuously illustrated, and the action often proceeds at dizzying speed, while an elaborate fabric of subtle visual cues steer the narrative. [25 Nov 1992, p.E1]

  • 70
    Inkoo KangSlate

    Ritchie’s film still feels shackled by its dutiful allegiance to the source material. But when it gets to be its own thing, it’s a spirited romp that — setting aside the uncanny, off-putting look of Smith’s Genie — has no shortage of charms. show more

  • 60
    Tim GriersonScreen International

    Despite Aladdin’s occasionally arresting moments, this remake’s most potent element is its intentional air of déjà vu. show more

  • 50
    Frank ScheckThe Hollywood Reporter

    The combination of diverse casting and female empowerment themes results in a perfectly politically correct Aladdin for these times. The only thing that seems to have been left out is the magic, which is a bit of a problem considering that one of the main characters is a genie. show more

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