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Why widescreen, why not spanish subtitles?
on May 10, 2001
We do not own a widescreen tv. Millions of us do not own a widescreen tv, so why limit this set or the original DVD to a widescreen format? Well, Disney did. It had been converted for the VHS tape, so why not include both the widescreen and television formats??? Also, the VHS has a dubbed and subtitiled version, why wasn't that version included with the DVD. Many other DVD's include Spanish versions or subtitles, as well as both formats. I was very disappointed that Walt Disney decided to only go with the widescreen version and only French subtitles. Very disappointed--I will not buy the DVD now. Also, unless you have low expectations, do not get too excited over the actual movie. Towards the end the animators became tired, and resorted to a Looney tunes crayola map of the adventure, then slapped on an ending. The jokes were good, as was the casting and delivery. The animation....suffered. And the research invested was wasted on this cheaply animated and edited, slapped-together goofy film. I loved the music and the first half of the movie, but .... the ending lacked continuity. Over-all, my advice is to wait for a better version. This is not worth the effort.