Too monumental. Even it's include a harsh visualization of childhood ,
Chalk full of moralistic mumbo jumbo. But it's very well animated and the pedofile undertones are fun.
It's funny, every single adaptation of The Adventures of Pinocchio terrified me as a kid (Even the idea of your nose growing every time you told a lie scared the shit out of me!), but this is the one that I stayed away from the most! Those donkeys still freak me out, even to this day! But despite that, this still continues to be Walt Disney's absolute masterpiece!
Its still the one. It's this one versus Snow White. (Ok Dumbo too). If I had to take one to the grave. If I had to die. Argh. ;(. Great film, ok?
A technical masterpiece that is the definitive children's tale of growing up and moral choices
One of the best Disney movies I've watched in years.
It's hip to like this film. Storywise, it's a masterpiece. Technically, it's a masterpiece. Favorite animated film.
Arguably the greatest Disney film of them all.
A thrilling and disturbing and, yes, genuinely moving masterpiece. Disney's finest movie.
Saw it on Blu-ray the other day. In my opinion, definitive 40s animation feature after Fantasia.
It has moments of greatness and terror, and it's worth it for those moments. It still seems uneven and at times incoherent. This was Disney animators at the height of their game.
The wooden boy turns 70 years old today: http://eddieonfilm.blogspot.com/2009/02/no-strings-attached.html
Beautiful classic from Disney. Not one of my favorites but still very much worth seeing.
A consistenly rewarding film thais is ageless and timeless!