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Disney's Lilo and Stitch (2002) Review

   Lilo and Stitch (2002) is an animated science-fiction comedy-drama film, directed by Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois, who also wrote it. This film is an absolute delight, from its top-notch animation (as expected from Disney) to its unique plot and setting that differs it from the magic of most Disney pictures and sets this in a more 'realistic' world despite the aliens and ray guns. Set in Hawaii, this is the tale of a quirky little girl and her older sister acting as her caretaker, who end up adopting an alien experiment disguised as a puppy. The genuine drama and comedy of the script, the masterful voice acting, stunning animation, and a fun soundtrack including several Elvis songs and a great score by Alan Silvestri, all add up to a brilliant animated feature.
STORY: 4.5/5 Stars. The story for Lilo and Stitch is well written and paced, full of fun moments as well as heartbreaking ones. It combines elements of sci-fi, family drama, and comedy to make a well-rounded and fu…

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