NEU GRAND LIBRARY
Opening Hours: Mon/Sat 24 hours Sun 08.00-16.00 | E-mail: library@neu.edu.tr
 

You are not logged in Show Basket
  Home     Advanced Search     Back  
  Brief display     MARC Display     Reserve  
Stitch! The Movie (Craig, Tony.)
Bibliographical information (record 215991)
Help
Stitch! The Movie
Author:
Craig, Tony. Search Author in Amazon Books

Publisher:
Walt Disney Video
ISBN:
B00005JMB3 Book Cover Image
Edition:
2003
Classification:
DVD 006103
Additional related names
Detailed notes
    - Disney sets a record for bringing out a direct-to-video sequel after the initial film. Stitch: The Movie arrives only a year after the enjoyable Lilo & Stitch played theaters and reunites the title character (otherwise known as Experiment 626) with his earth-bound family in the warm Hawaiian sun. The story has a nice set-up: since Stitch is Experiment 626, where are the first 625 invented by Dr. Jumba Jookiba? Odds are the island paradise will soon be spaceport central for many more aliens. As with other made-for-video Disney titles, the animation is not as complex or rich. This hurts this sequel even more since the original film had such a unique, pastel beauty. Unfortunately, the other elements of the film are just as flat. Even though most of the original voice cast returns, the entire production lacks the same spirit and charm, and the story's theme is recycled (get ready for more "Ohana means family"). On the plus side, the film starts with an Elvis Presley song ("Slicin' Sand") and is only 64 minutes long. The movie sets up the Disney TV series The Adventures of Lilo & Stitch.
    - All the characters of the warm and fluffy "Lilo and Stitch" are back! In "Stitch! - The Movie", Stitch...
    - Language(s): English, Turkish
    - Subtitle(s): English, Turkish
Related links
Items (1)
Barcode
Status
Library
Section
6059712578
Item available
NEU Grand LibraryGrnd. Floor (DVD 006103)
Audio Visual Room

NEAR EAST UNIVERSITY GRAND LIBRARY +90 (392) 223 64 64 Ext:5536. Near East Boulevard, Nicosia, TRNC
This software is developed by NEU Library and it is based on Koha OSS
conforms to MARC21 library data transfer rules.