By Leonard Maltin
Famous as one of many top professionals on American movie, Leonard Maltin can be a dad or mum who's conscious of the diversities among a child's and critic's standpoint on movies. each one movie indexed contains its MPAA score, a proof of that ranking, type, and the author's personal score process of even if a movie is nice, undesirable, or ok for either older and more youthful youngsters. Leonard Maltin's movie essays deliver households jointly to create motion picture reports that either mom and dad and youngsters can take pleasure in.
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And the hero’s climactic battle with Jaffar. Otherwise, this is enormously entertaining Arabian Nights fare for all ages. The great success of this film has led to a TV series and several featurelength sequels, released directly to the home-video market. They all have the same appeal as the initial film, if not its production quality or originality. ALAKAZAM THE GREAT (1961) Color, 84 minutes Cast: Voices of Frankie Avalon, Dodie Stevens, Jonathan Winters, Arnold Stang, Sterling Holloway, Peter Fernandez Directors: Osamu Tezuka, Taiji Yabushita, and Daisaku Shirakawa English-language director: Lee Kresel Screenplay: Tezuka, Lou Rusoff, and Kresel Animated feature/Musical Rated G Younger kids: OK Older kids: No This is a Japanese animated feature based on a Chinese folk tale, but in the preparation of an American release version much of its ethnicity was removed.
Heston Screenplay: Andy Burg and Scott Myers Action-adventure Rated PG Younger kids: OK Older kids: VG Dirk Benedict plays a widowed pilot-for-hire who lives with his teenage children in Alaska. When he doesn’t return from a routine air-delivery flight, his kids (Thora Birch, Vincent Kartheiser) take off on their own to search for him in the snowy wilderness. The story is corny and predictable, but the scenery and photography are spectacular, and some of the action scenes, such as a canoe ride down a waterfall, are exhilarating (if a bit too intense for the very young).
Leonard Maltin—Family Film Guide [e-reads] Directors: Michael Curtiz and William Keighley Screenplay: Norman Reilly Raine and Seton I. Miller, based on old English legends Adventure/Literary classic Unrated Young children: VG Older children: VG With King Richard the Lion-Heart away at the Crusades, evil Prince John and his despicable cohorts are mistreating the good people of England and plotting to usurp the throne. Sir Robin of Locksley—Robin Hood, the greatest archer in England—and his band of merry men take shelter in Sherwood Forest and make plans to defeat the tyrants and protect England for King Richard’s return.