Absolutely charming animated movie for children and adults.
I just love this movie. The geographic settings and quality of the artwork
are first-rate. The music is absolutely rapturous. And the plot flows
smoothly. My daughters (3 and 6 years old) love it. But they don't love
as much as me (I'm 44). A dreamy and inspiring movie, this is one of my
all-time favorites. You can't miss with this one!.
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great oldies of disney.
i remember watching this movie when i was growing up and i loved it.
the rescuers was one of my favorit movies when i was a kid. .
I love this movie. I have seen it when I was a six year old girl and I was completely inloved with these characters. I just love it .
i like this so much !.
One of the great Disney gems from the 1970's
The 23rd animated Disney classic is every bit as good as the rest of
the Disney animated classics from the 70's decade. Underrated and
somewhat forgotten, yet one of Disney's finest! It's a great movie,
even one of Disney's finest underrated works. This film can also be
described as beautiful, emotional, dark, thrilling, solid, dramatic and
However, "The Rescuers" isn't just emotional or depressing. It has lots
of adventure and some strong suspense, classic humor, fine artwork, a
wonderful soundtrack and a very dark atmosphere. When I say "dark" I
mean dark in the sense of being somewhat chilly, but without being
extremely dark or a story of horror/terror - which, fortunately, it
isn't. The darkness of the Devil's Bayou is amazing, creepy to the
point of almost looking like a forbidding place and helps a lot to
create this atmosphere.
Despite its apparent simplicity, this motion picture has some very
artistic palette colors. One good example of this is the opening
sequence: amazing and gorgeous. The beautiful but sad song "The
Journey" fits very well in this sequence.
The song "Tomorrow is another day" is quite romantic, soft and
nostalgic. Not just that, it fits perfectly in the sequence which it is
played: beautiful vistas painted with heart and soul. Plus, both that
rainbow and those New York City lights at night look incredibly real.
The song "Someone's waiting for you" is heartwarming and the sequence
itself is sad, touching and heartwarming.
"Rescue Aid Society", without being one of the best songs in the film,
is jolly and catchy. As for "The U.S. Air Force", it's a delightful
instrumental music which is very energetic and full of life.
Madame Medusa is a great villain. She's neither too annoying neither
completely cruel, but she's nasty enough to be a villain.
Madeusa's sidekick, Mr. Snoops, is someone I don't consider a real
villain. He's not bad enough to be a villain. He tries to be like
Medusa, but he just can't because that's not his nature. I think that
deep down inside he is a good guy. I like Mr. Snoops: he's a simple and
goofy guy but funny and not that bad. He's more of a poor guy who
messed with the wrong person.
By the way, Medusa and Snoops have a nice pawn shop named "Medusa's
pawn shop" or, like Medusa delightfully says on the telephone, .