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  • Format: Animated, Widescreen, Closed-captioned
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0032IOBJI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #232,474 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

The rich heritage of Lionel Trains comes to vivid life for the very first time through stunning, computer-generated animation and a thrilling, heartwarming tale for the whole family. On the eve of Lionel's annual Christmas display, a fiendish plot to steal the company's breakthrough technology goes awry, ripping a hole in the fabric of time and space. Years later, teenage twins nancy and Bobby Pullmor seek to uncover what happened that night, embarking on a perilous journey to an enchanted world where Lionel's spectacular displays have literally come to life. It's full steam to adventure in this first-ever animated feature to capture the magic of the American legend that is Lionel Trains.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By L. Roth VINE VOICE on February 21, 2010
Lionelville: Destination Adventure provoked a mixed response in me. As a putative adult, I'm probably not the target audience - but as someone who grew up with Lionel Trains, I still found quite a bit to watch.

The big element in toy trains is fantasy. It's about creating a world and using imagination to make it real. It's something that both the young and the not so young can enjoy at many levels - and many do. Part of the magic of Lionel Trains is the way they can give families an activity that can be shared across generations.

Another part of the magic is how railroads have shaped American history - and how Lionel makes it possible to hold that history in one's hand. Lionel has always worked to sell that dream, what with brightly illustrated catalogs, action accessories, tie-ins to popular culture, legendary store displays at the holidays - whatever works. This DVD is the latest effort towards that end.

The story is this: Dr. ZW is a scientist/inventor who has done amazing things with Lionel Trains over the years. He now has a brilliant assistant who is pushing the frontiers of physics; his work has implications that go far beyond toy trains. ZW is determined to unveil it with a giant holiday layout at a great train station loosely modeled on Grand Central. A combination of industrial espionage, hubris, and chance results in the opening of a dimensional rift that sucks in toy trains, inventors, and a couple of bad guys. Dr. ZW is discredited, his assistant and the assistant's wife are missing, and their two children are left behind with their grandfather and a mystery.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By fredtownward VINE VOICE on February 17, 2011
I have to give Lionel credit; this is not the lame hour long commercial it could have been (and that I half suspected it was going to be.) There really wasn't that much product placement given the premise. The most prominently featured relatively current product was arguably the Lionel Wild West Set, but nobody could accuse Lionel of rubbing our noses in it (unlike some other toy companies I could name!). Of course the Lionel name and Big L are practically everywhere, but virtually the entire cast are Lionel employees or their families, and the story revolves around a Lionel technological breakthrough gone horribly wrong (again, a very surprising and rather gutsy premise for a toy company movie).

Even the technological breakthrough in question starts out sounding almost plausible and exactly the sort of thing that would interest the most sophisticated (and wealthy) model train enthusiasts. Essentially Dr. Z. W. and the parents of Nancy and Bobby Pullmor have developed a way for enthusiasts to make their model railroad layouts into virtual reality worlds. However, there are a couple of problems. The first is that some thieves with inside help are attempting to steal the breakthrough; the second is that the breakthrough turns out to be more advanced than originally thought,...

a LOT more advanced!

Defects? Frankly, the computer generated animation was nothing to shout about, and I noticed a few things that made little sense (A US criminal court banning someone for life? On what authority?) However, the biggest defect, as almost every other reviewer has noted, is the lack of an ending.
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I really wish there was a part 2 but, in any case this is a truly great movie for children and adults a like. Who knows maybe Lionel will put out another full length movie.
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Fair Warning!

This is a great concept and pretty well executed. Only one problem...... it leaves you hanging. This video has been out long enough that, if there was going to be another segment of this continuing story, it would have been released by now. Checking out Lionel's website, I found no indication that any further episodes were in the works at this time.

Therefore, unless you are OK with getting only a portion of a story and then moving on, you won't like being left hanging in perpetuity. If the person at Lionel responsible for starting this endeavor is unable to move it forward, Lionel should hire an outside firm to continue the story to completion.

Something about "Counting the cost" - right?
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