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A street urchin discovers a magic lamp and uses the help of a genie's magic power to make himself a prince in order to marry the princess he loves.

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A kind-hearted street urchin Aladdin vies for the love of the beautiful princess Jasmine, the princess of Agrabah. When he finds a magic lamp, he uses a genie's magic power to make himself a prince in order to marry her. He is also on a mission to stop the powerful Jafar who plots to steal the magic lamp that could make his deepest wishes come true. Written by Santhosh

Critic Review

1 year ago | TIMES OF INDIA

3.5

STORY: A notorious ‘street rat’ Aladdin, feels a deep sense of connection with the Princess of the kingdom he resides in, but upon reaching her palace, he realises that winning her over is going to be tougher than he had imagined. REVIEW: A local thief Aladdin (Mena Massoud), from the kingdom of Agrabah, falls in love with its princess – Jasmine (Naomi Scott) – and decides to persuade her, but the evil Grand Vizier Jafar (Marwan Kenzari) and chief advisor to the Sultan (Navid Negahban) put forward this condition – Aladdin must bring him the magical lamp and its Genie (Will Smith) that grants three wishes. The story of Aladdin and the Genie is known to one and all and this live-action adaptation of Disney’s animated classic by the same name, which has originally immortalised this legendary tale, is no exception to that phenomenon. The fresh pairing of Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott works and is a welcome surprise as the duo share an amazing chemistry on screen and pretty much hold on to the likeability factors of their respective characters till the very end. Will Smith, the Genie, is a straight up natural as far as tickling our funny bones is concerned but again, it would be criminal to compare him to Robbin Williams’s 1992 act in the original movie as the standards set by the late actor-comedian are pretty high. Jafar – the vengeful villain – is so bad in the movie that he’s actually good, and brownie points to director Guy Ritchie for fully exploring and bringing to light the twisted psyche of this greed-filled character, which ultimately makes you wonder – who’s the sinner and who has been sinned against. However, the downside of the whole direction process is that it is somewhat mixed and some of the song-dance sequences look & feel forced and could have been avoided. Despite its grandeur and larger-than-life cinematography-animation, at two hours and eight minutes – the film starts to feel bit of a drag. The momentum, at which the film moves, is yet another problem that cannot be overlooked – all the characters are given ample time and attention to grow and develop, while the ending is wrapped up in a tearing hurry. Kids born in the 90s, who have watched the cartoon version of this story, will find ‘Aladdin’ a bit too hard to get accustomed to in the beginning, but otherwise, the film – sans its minor hiccups – is congenial and establishes the ‘feel-good’ factor from frame one and maintains it till the curtains are drawn.

Critic Review

1 year ago | 123TELUGU

3.25

Aladdin is one of the most awaited films in recent times and it has created a big craze in Telugu states as the F2 combo, Venkatesh and Varun Tej have dubbed for main characters in the film. We have been to the Telugu version and bring you the review in detail. Story : As we all know the film is a live adaptation of Disney’s animated classic Aladdin from 1992. The film is based in the kingdom of Agrabah where a small thief Aladdin(Aladdin (Mena Massoud) falls in love with its princes’ Jasmine(Naomi Scott). He tries hard to woo her but the evil chief advisor to the Sultan of Agrabah puts forward a condition to Aladdin that he brings the magical lamp along with its Genie(Will Smith) which grants the three magical wishes. Rest of the story is as to how Aladdin brings Genie to life and takes his help in winning the love of Jasmine. Plus Points : One of the biggest plus points is undoubtedly Will Smith’s performance. He as the Genie is magical, funny and full of life. Will Smith’s body language as the Genie is top notch and the spectacular special effects done on him makes his role look even more interesting. His chemistry with Aladdin played by Mena Massoud is superb in the film. Speaking of Mena Massoud, the young actor has given his best as Aladdin. Initially, he looks a bit lost in the film but as the story moves ahead, he is great to watch on screen. Naomi Scott is a dream and looks gorgeous. She is top notch as the Arabian princess and gives a sensible performance. The love story between Aladdin and Jasmine has been showcased on a sensible note. The visual effects need a special mention as the Arabian world has been created on a spectacular note. All the scenes which showcase the magical carpet flying with Aladdin and Genie’s special powers have been created amazingly. Minus Points : The biggest drawback in the film are the songs. Strangely, too many musical bits have been included in the film which irritates after a point. As the songs are dubbed in Telugu, the pain is even more. Both the first and second half start on a slow note. The climax is satisfactory but some more action or visual effect scenes would have made a lot of difference. The villain played by Marwan Kenzari is not that great and a more powerful villain could have made things more interesting. Technical Aspects: The background score is pretty good and has a lot of Indian touch. So, most of the time you feel as if you are watching an Indian film with good production values. Dubbing done for the Telugu version is perfect. Venkatesh and Varun Tej’s voices enhance the viewing experience in a big way. VFX is superb and makes the film look amazing in several scenes. All the special powers and how they are executed through Will Smith have been showcased in a superb manner. Coming to the director Guy Ritchie, he has adapted the animated classic on a decent note but adds a lot of drama which was not necessary for many areas. There are a lot of wow moments which will be loved by the kids and the director has succeeded in this department. But if he would have avoided the song bits and added more action in the climax, the output would have been even more stunning. Verdict: One the whole, Aladdin is an extravagant fantasy drama which has some spectacular visual effects and thrills. But the presence of excess songs and a bit dragged second half are some de-merits. If you ignore all this and want to see how the famous fantasy story of your childhood is given life with today’s technology, you need to watch the film on the big screen to enjoy the ride. As the film is dubbed on a good note in Telugu, the kids and general audience will like the film even more.

Movie Details

A street urchin discovers a magic lamp and uses the help of a genie's magic power to make himself a prince in order to marry the princess he loves.

Genre : Comedy, Musical, Romance
Language : Telugu
Director : Guy Ritchie
Producer : Jonathan Eirich , Dan Lin , Marc Platt
Release Date(Theater) : 24th May, 2019
Runtime : 2h 08min
Production Co : Hurwitz CreativeLin PicturesMarc Platt ProductionsRideback ProductionsWalt Disney Pictures

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