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Old 10-06-2013, 08:13 AM   #261
taei taei is offline
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Hi guys

So I finally watched this movie and I LOVED it.

But I have a question about the video quality. I noticed that a lot of the lines in this movie suddenly became white instead black. Is that normal?
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Old 08-20-2014, 12:04 PM   #262
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has anyone have problems with disc like not being able to pause or stop . Closer to the end it just freezes.

Do I need a replacement from Disney?
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Old 09-01-2014, 11:33 AM   #263
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My copy seems to freeze on a scene toward the end and all throughput the movie I lose all my controls to have to unplug to stop playing.

Anybody know how to replace?
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Old 10-03-2014, 08:19 AM   #264
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I didn't have any problems with my copy at all; it played perfectly the first time around.

I love this movie; its one of my favorites that Disney's ever done, period. There's something about legends of lost civilizations that sparks our imaginations, and only the most cynical people are callous enough to ignore that. Personally, I believe the myth of Atlantis probably has its roots in reality, but I won't go into detail here. Anyone whose interested can PM me.
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Old 02-14-2016, 05:21 PM   #265
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I bought this blu when it first came out, I vaguely remember enjoying this movie quite a bit when I saw this in theaters, so to my point I had this blu sitting on my shelf for 2 and a half years so I watched this and Treasure Planet back to back last night, I can't say how long it's been since I enjoyed a animated movie as much as I enjoyed Atlantis, I wish I had gotten around to watching this earlier but couldn't find the time or I was watching other blu's I know I have literally 30 blu's I own but I haven't gotten to watching, I distinctly remember loving Shrek when it came to theaters in 2001 and I got caught up in the hype of the movie and liking the cheap gags and jokes, and I didn't give Atlantis nearly the attention I should have when it was in theaters as I said I watched it once and I greatly enjoyed it. Don't get me wrong I still love Shrek as a silly animated comedy heck I enjoy the entire series, but for a movie that has adventure, and add to the fact I love the animation of this film I can say that this is the better film, and yes I also did enjoy watching Treasure Planet also not as much as I enjoyed Atlantis but it was also a wonderful nice looking criminally underrated animated film along with this one
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Old 06-27-2017, 05:20 PM   #266
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Originally Posted by Bored Gaymer View Post
Just a few months ago I watched Atlantis, TP, HOTR, CL and MTR for the very first time ever.

I have to say I quite enjoyed Atlantis and Treasure Planet. For the last couple of years I had been reading how bad they were, so I guess that's why I was pleasantly surprised. The same goes for Chicken Little and Home On The Range. Yes, they were bad, but I could still enjoy them. I rather liked Chicken Little's story, but didn't like the animation at all. Home On The Range was just cheesy and so bad it turned good again.

Meet The Robinsons, for me, was the biggest disappointment out of those 5 movies. I thought I would like it, but it felt all over the place to me and again I did not enjoy the animation.

If I would have to rate the movies released between Dinosaur and Tangled, I think I would place Atlantis quite high. I do have to say, I have yet to see Brother Bear, so can't rate that one yet.

1. Tangled
2. Lilo & Stitch
3. Bolt
4. The Emperor's New Groove
5. Atlantis: The Lost Empire
6. The Princess And The Frog
7. Dinosaur
8. Treasure Planet
9. Chicken Little
10. Home On The Range
11. Meet The Robinsons
Meet the Robinsons is one of my favorite movies. I love it.
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Old 02-07-2018, 05:25 AM   #267
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9.99 right now.......
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