Ohana means family and family means it’s time for a live-action/CG hybrid remake of Disney’s 2002 animated feature – Lilo & Stitch. The original film was directed by Chris Sanders, who later left Disney over a disagreement over the vision for Bolt and created the… Read More »Disney planning live-action Lilo & Stitch movie
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What a better way to kick off Summer than with a new lyric video for Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride from Disney’s animated classic “Lilo & Stitch.” In the film Lilo, Nani, David, and Stitch are having a nice relaxing surfing day. The song was performed… Read More »Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride Lyric Video
I really can’t believe it, but it has already been 10 years since the Magic Kingdom installed the little blue alien creature Stitch in Tomorrowland and the former home of Mission to Mars and Alien Encounter. Foxfurr at Passport to Dreams blog is out with… Read More »Ten Years of Stitch’s Great Escape
In 2006, Animator Chris Sanders was forced out of Walt Disney Animation Studios when John Lasseter removed him as director of the American Dog movie, which eventually became Bolt. Sanders had previously directed the beautiful and touching Lilo & Stitch and many fans were looking… Read More »Former Disney Animator Speaks Out Against Management
The new Big Wave Edition DVD of Disney’s Lilo & Stitch captures an ocean’s wave of fun and adventure in one the most overlooked gems on the crowded beach of animated films. The two-disc set is Jam-packed with games and awesome bonus features that take viewers behind the scenes of the movie.
The wildly original story features an independent little girl named Lilo and her adopted alien “puppy,” the mischievous Stitch, a runaway genetic experiment from a faraway planet. After crash landing on Earth, Stitch wreaks havoc on the Hawaiian Islands, but he also learns about loyalty, friendship and ‘ohana, the Hawaiian tradition of family.
The two-disc set includes pretty much all of the supplements from the previous release, and adds a few new ones. Disc 1 includes materials from the original release, including the excellent Director’s Commentary.
The most exciting new material is on the second disc. A two-hour making-of documentary covers every single aspects of the film’s creation. There are candid interviews that will please every animation fan. Plus there are new deleted and alternate scenes, including the original ending.