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The film is based loosely on William Joyce's, A Day with Wilbur Robinson. If you haven't read the book, I highly recommend it. William Joyce ALSO was the artist behind Rolie Polie Olie series. The book is quite different from the film, but there are direct parallels. For instance, there is no orphanage theme in the original book and no Bowler Hat Guy. However, many of the other characters are present in both. Stylistically, the book and the movie have a pronounced retro- animation/cartoon feel to them. It is a very refreshing artistic style to watch and makes for a unique animated film.
The DVD contains a fairly extensive set of features, but nothing out of the ordinary. For future releases of children's videos, I'd suggest adding a reading of the original book. In the few DVD's we've purchased with this feature, it's encouraged my children to read the actual book.
I highly recommend this DVD for your child's video library. It's a film enjoyable by both adults and children. The film is funny and presents a very clear message about the need to celebrate our human differences and stresses the importance of family and friends(adopted or otherwise).
this is for 3D enthusiasts. Up until recently, studios have
been rather sporadic in releasing quality 3D films to store
shelves. However, it took one studio's firm commitment to
releasing quality content to a starving market to really turn
things around. That studio, of course, is none other than
Over the next two weeks Walt Disney will be releasing some of
the best 3D titles that I have had the pleasure of watching including
the Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3 and Bolt. These films are
exceptional demo-worthy material for your newly-invested display
and represent the very best of what this format has to offer to home
audiences. Today, I am going to add one more title to that list:
Meet The Robinsons.
12 year old orphan boy, Lewis (Daniel Hansen), a budding
genius in science and technology, is frustrated over not being
adopted or being accepted for who he is. Lewis spends his
days working on a memory device, much to the disgruntlement
of his brooding roommate, "Goob" (Matthew Josten).
Things suddenly turn upside down upon meeting a young teenager
named Wilbur Robinson (Wesley Singerman), who has traveled
from the future to protect Lewis from an evil guy wearing a bowler hat
(Stephen J Anderson). At first, Lewis doesn't believe Wilbur's story,
that is, until they embark on hovercraft ride into the future. It is in this
forthcoming timeline that he meets The Robinsons, perhaps the
zaniest cast of madcap characters ever assembled in a Disney film
all at once.Read more ›
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Ideal for the family and stuffed with lessons of life for any age!Published 16 days ago by HINC IT Solutions
We love the meaning behind that movie. "Keep Moving Forward."Published 16 days ago by Antanette Sedillo
I love this movie from start to finish. It was awesome movie. Nothing bad about it.Published 17 days ago by maria gonzalez
This is a wonderful movie about an orphan boy who loves to invent things to meet the needs of people around the world. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Lara S.
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