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Lilo and Stitch: Big Wave Edition (Bilingual)


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  • Actors: Chris Sanders, Daveigh Chase, Tia Carrere, Ving Rhames, David Ogden-Stiers
  • Directors: Chris Sanders, Dean Deblois
  • Writers: Chris Sanders
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish, English
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Walt Disney
  • Release Date: March 24 2009
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (294 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001O5LVPI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #995 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Get ready for the wildly original story about an independent little girl named Lilo and her adopted alien "puppy," the mischievous Stitch, a runaway genetic experiment from a faraway planet. After crash-landing on Earth, Stitch wreaks havoc on the Hawaiian Islands, but he also learns about loyalty, friendship and 'ohana, the Hawaiian tradition of family. Now, catch the wave of fun and adventure in this 2-Disc Big Wave Edition jam-packed with games and awesome bonus features that take you and your family behind the scenes of the movie! Experience LILO & STITCH like never before in this 2-Disc Big Wave Edition. There's excitement and entertainment for every member of your 'ohana!

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Préparez-vous à une histoire follement originale mettant en vedette une fillette indépendante nommée Lilo et le «chiot» extraterrestre qu'elle adopté, l'espiègle Stitch, le résultat d'une expérience génétique qui s'est enfui d'une planète lointaine. Après s'être écrasé su Terre, Stitch sème la pagaille dans les îles hawaïennes et découvre le sens de la loyauté et de l'amitié en même temps que 'ohana, la tradition familiale d'Hawaï. Vous pouvez maintenant vous laisser porter par une vague de rires et d'aventures grâce à cette Édition gross vague de 2 disques débordant de jeux et de suppléments époustouflants qui vous entraînent avec votre famille dans les coulisses du film! Voyez LILO ET STITCH comme jamais auparavant dans cette Édition grosse vague de 2 disques. Du plaisir et du divertissement à souhait attendent tous les membres de votre 'ohana!

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Les studios Walt Disney nous ont habitués, ces dernières années, à des productions plutôt sucrées et parfois même franchement mièvres. Mais force est de constater que le film d’animation Lilo et Stitch change le portrait et donne sérieusement envie de replonger en enfance.

Sur la planète Turo, un scientifique maléfique est condamné pour avoir créé un monstre en faisant des manipulations génétiques. La créature, sorte de koala ailé à quatre bras programmé pour détruire, s’enfuit et atterrit sur la planète Terre, à Hawaï. Là, elle sera adoptée par une petite fille solitaire au caractère énergique, fan d’Elvis Presley, qui lui fera comprendre le sens du mot famille.

Avec ses héros impertinents, désastreux et parfois même méchants, Lilo et Stitch évite de prendre les enfants pour des imbéciles et, ainsi, réussit là où de nombreux dessins animés s’empêtrent. Fourmillant de références “adultes” à Godzilla, Men in Black, Alien ou même Baywatch, cette comédie à mi-chemin entre le récit d’aventures et la science-fiction est terriblement originale et dynamique. Le film profite également d’images magnifiques, grâce à un usage presque exclusif (outre quelques images de synthèse) de l’aquarelle. Parfois émouvant, souvent très drôle, Lilo et Stitch possède, enfin, une qualité rare et tout à fait respectable : l’irrévérence. --Helen Faradji --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Seahorn on March 2 2004
Format: DVD
'Lilo & Stitch' is possibly the greatest Disney masterpiece ever created (in my opinion). It blends magnificent, newly rebirthed coloring techniques, Elvis musical tracks, brand-new voice talent, and enough emotion to make a person laugh, cry, and cheer.
The storyline revolves around an illegaly-created genetic Experiment, and a lonely little Hawaiian girl. They find each other, and nothing but chaos ensues.
The hyperactive alien, 'Stitch', is voiced by director Chris Sanders, and the youthful girl, 'Lilo', by child-actor Daveigh Chase. The interaction between these two characters is magical and heart-warming; comparable to past relationships between Disney characters.
If you haven't noticed before, 'Lilo & Stitch' is the first animated sci-fi film by Disney. Still, the basic family-formula hasn't changed, and that's what keeps the movie good.
The movie was the smash-hit of the summer of 2002, so if you haven't seen it yet, you've missed out. Take it from the fans: this is a masterpiece worth adding to any video collection. Please consider.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 11 2005
Format: DVD
Un jour pendant que je me promener, j'ai eu envie de louer ce fameux film donc j'aivais beaucoup entendu parler à la télévision. Quand j'ai su que Stitch était au fond une machine à détruire, j'ai eu une sacré frousse. Mais quand ont va jusqu'à la fin du film ont fini par adorer Stitch et ont a même envie de le serrer dans nous bras tellement qu'il est mignon et mouelleux. Enfin, j'avais passer une belle soiré en voyant ce film. Bien sûr ça était un peu difficile d'utiliser le DVD mais j'ai réussi à écouter le film.
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By Ken Fontenot on Feb. 6 2004
Format: DVD
I didn't see "Lilo and Stitch" until it came out on DVD. My 2 year old fell in love with this show immediately. It had to grow on me a little bit before I realized just how great this movie about a little alien experiment trying to find a home was. The message in the film is simple, but speaks volumes: Family means that no one gets left behind or forgotten. Lilo and her sister Nani accept Stitch into their family(ohana, in Hawaiian terms). Lilo loves him right away, but Nani takes a little longer to convince that Stitch belongs. Lilo and Stitch have some wild adventures together and even fight with each other when Stitch gets blamed for tearing apart the little family.
In classic Disney style, Stitch saves the day and proves that even if you aren't born into a family, you can become part of one.
This movie is a wholesome, fun movie for the entire family. It holds the attention of the youngsters and the storyline is solid enough to keep adults interested.
The DVD has a number of extras that include a documentary on the Hula dance and how much time was spent to get it just right for the movie. There is a great segment featuring Wynonna talking about how glad she was that Disney was promoting the music of Elvis Presley to youngsters via this flick. For the youngsters, there is a video by a group of kids singing "I Can't Help Falling In Love With You."
Superb family fun.
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Traditional animation has taken quite a few hits in recent years and some from the studio you would least suspect, Disney. Disney's last traditional animated effort, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, only managed to gather $84 million by the end of its run, well short of the film's $120 million budget. Many recent Disney animated features have suffered from bloated budgets of which include Fantasia 2000 ($90 million budget), Tarzan ($130 million), and the studio's holiday animated release, Treasure Planet ($140 million). Then how has this genre been able to survive? Thanks in part to the Walt Disney Company's Florida animation facility, they have been able to produce the occasional hit to keep the animation wing of the studio chugging along. Traditional animation needs a hit more then ever due to the failures of not only Disney but Dreamworks, Warner Brothers and 20th Century Fox which seem to signal the end of this motion picture staple genre.
The story centers on a mischievous alien who crash lands on Earth and learns the meaning of family from his new friends. Experiment 626, created by the mad scientist Jumbaa, is declared a huge hazard to the universe and is ordered by the Galactic Federation to be exiled on a far distant asteroid. Unfortunately things quickly go wrong and 626 hijacks a space cruiser only to crash into the Hawaiian Islands on the planet Earth. Being mistaken for a normal dog, a misunderstood girl named Lilo adopts the galactic criminal and dubs him Stitch. Unbeknownst to his adopted family, Stitch had been programmed to destroy everything in sight and nothing else but over time the fugitive learns accepts the love of his new friends and learns the meaning of family.
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Prior to seeing 'Lilo & Stitch,' I wasn't sure if I wanted to see this film. When I was at the Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, CA during July 2001, I saw a sneak preview/trailer of this film. I wasn't so sure if I wanted to see it or not. When the film hit theatres, I had failed to see 'Lilo & Stitch.'
When the movie saw its DVD release, I didn't buy it. When the movie premiered on ABC a few months ago, I managed to see all but the first 20 minutes or so of the film. I had realized that I was missing a great Disney masterpiece. So, I decided a few weeks later that I wanted to buy the movie. When, I saw the film in its entirety. Wow, man...just...wow. 'Lilo & Stitch' became one of (if not the) my favorite Disney films.
This film is rated PG, so this is a darker film, compared to most other Disney animated films, but this can be enjoyed by all (though the youngest audiences need to watch it with older people). Not every family is fortunate, and the family of Lilo (Daveigh Chase) and her older sister, Nani (Tia Carrere), is one of those broken families. The two sisters struggle to stay together since their parents were killed in a car accident. They see frequent visitations from the social worker, Cobra Bubbles (Ving Rhames), and he checks to see if Nani is doing a good job taking care of Lilo. Then, came a monster (which Lilo thinks he is a dog), experiment 626 (created by 'evil genius' scientist, Jumba Jookiba (David Ogden Stiers)), arrives on Earth on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Later on, Lilo chose a new pet...which was 626. She renamed him 'Stitch' (Chris Sanders). Lilo never fit in with the rest of the crowd, while Stitch never had a family. Similarly, both had very bad behavior.
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