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Plot: The King of Thieves disrupts Aladdin and Jasmine's long-anticipated wedding, looking for an oracle that will lead him to an even bigger treasure. His true identity causes trouble for Aladdin. Runtime: 80 mins Release Date: 13 Aug 1996
This is my favorite Aladdin movie! Even better than the first! There's so much action, adventure, humor... It's just my kinda movie. It's definately the best! People who think this movie is trashy should really think about it. Aladdin and the King of Thieves rocks!!!!!
More Aladdin!!!!! (by sethn172)
The "Aladdin" series of stuff keeps on piling up in 1996 with its third part and its second video- only movie so far, "Aladdin and the King of Thieves."Here, Aladdin has decided to marry Princess Jasmine. But as the ceremony was about to go through, something bad happens!!!!! There are bad guys; thieves!!!!! Now, Aladdin's job is to stop them before it's too late and that the wedding will go on!!!!!I must say, "Aladdin" was a very successful Disney medium of the 1990s. Yes, I have enjoyed "Beauty and the Beast," but I too have enjoyed <more>
"Aladdin." This spawned three movies one theatrical and two video , plus a TV series and a video game, and lots of toys, too.This final chapter in the "Aladdin" series is a must see!!!!!10 stars
I Love Anything with Aladdin if anyone hates it their werid. (by mr_waterfall)
REturn of Jafar is better but still a B+ movie its like what more do you all want? It has action, he finds out about his dad, i mean don't you always wondered, and plus find out if he loves his son as much as $. IT has great color, animation got Williams back, i mean what is not good? I miss the Jafar i love them battling but great end to #2 which is better yes but its awesome i mean its like even if somethings good and great color Aladdin got williams, back etc its like its still not good enough for a higher grade but stupid movies they get A and B's from you all, its still Aladdin <more>
and that just its in a different light i mean come on.
Should Have Gotten a Theatrical Release. (by jerekra)
Most of the time when straight to video Disney Sequels are made you can understand why the film was not released in theatres. However in the case of Aladdin and the King of Thieves I feel that this film should have been released in the theatres.Aladdin and Jasmine have their wedding interrupted by an attack by the Forty Thieves. Soon Aladdin learns that his father is the King of Thieves. He brings his father back to Agraba hoping that he will reform, however Aladdins father has hopes of finding the ultimate treasure no matter the cost.The artwork for this film is way better than in The Return <more>
of Jafar. Also the story is excellent and action packed.One of the main reasons why this film works is the return of Robin Williams. He is as hilarious as ever as the Genie, and actually I think that he is much more funny in this film as opposed to the first Aladdin film. Genie is hilarious in this film and that is the major reason this film is great.Also I like how Aladdin's father is in this film. A great idea and I think that this somewhat is similar to the third Indiana Jones film. Not only is the idea similar but the fact that they got the actor who played Sallah in the Indiana Jones Trilogy his name escapes me makes the idea work all that much better.Also there is a good villain in Suluk, a sort of huge evil guy with a sharp claw thing on one of his hands.I guess the one flaw might be the lack of great songs. If they had improved on that a little this film would have been perfect. But I would rather there be great humor, action, and story than a few great songs.If they had improved the artwork a little, and added some awesomer music this would have been a great film to release in theatres.Of all the Disney sequels that have been released straight to video, this is BY FAR the best. I recommend this film greatly.
OK, it isn't as good as the original, but it is a huge improvement on The Return of Jafar.TROJ wasn't terrible, it was just disappointing. The characters are more mature here, and yes Robin Williams is back and in hilarious form. The only reason why this isn't a 10, is because it just can't compete with the original, which is a 10. The animation is better than in TROJ, and so is the humour. True there are colour changes in some scenes, but that is what is to expected. Jasmine's animation is my only complaint, it was a little deflated, but I thought she was animated worse <more>
in TROJ, where she lacked her vivacity that she had in the original. I loved all the Genie's jokes. Here, he imitates Sylvester Stallone, Bob Hope, Forrest Gump, Mrs. Doubfire and Steamboat Willie to great comical effect. My favourite was when he shouted STAMPEDE dressed up like a cowboy. The story, while complicated, is well-told, much more involving than TROJ, and fills the running time perfectly. Never once is it boring. The songs are so much better than TROJ, bringing a nostalgic feeling to the original, and some of them have humour in them. "In or out" is my favourite. The score by Mark Watters is just brilliant, and deserves a mention.The voice-talents are great. Iago is less irritating in this movie, and Robin Willaims is fantastic. There is also pitch-perfect support from Jim Cummings, Jerry Orbach and John Rhys-Davies, especially from Rhys-Davies. All in all, watch this movie, you'll enjoy it ! 9/10. Bethany Cox
Excellent sequel to two smash hits (by Catherine_Grace_Zeh)
ALADDIN AND THE KING OF THIEVES, in my opinion, is an excellent sequel to two smash hits. The romance in the film really touched me. To me, Aladdin voice of Scott Weinger and Princess Jasmine voice of Linda Larkin were a perfect couple. However, if you ask me, the Genie voice of Robin Williams gave the funniest performance of everyone who acted in this film. I really enjoyed the music. Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say everyone involved in this film did very well. Now, in conclusion, I highly recommend this film that's an excellent sequel to two smash hits to all of you who <more>
haven't seen it. You're in for a good time, so go to the video store, rent it or buy it, kick back with a friend, and watch it.
By far the best Disney made for video sequel. (by TOMNEL)
voices: Scott Weigner, Linda Larkin, Val Bettin, Frank Welker, John Rhys Davies, Gilbert Gottfried, CCH Pounder and Robin Williams.Unlike later made for video sequels, this one does not follow the plot line, "Main character has a kid, who longs for what he/she can't have." This movie has a great plot, it's that Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding is crashed by the 40 thieves, the leader of the group is his long lost father. This also marks the return of Robin Williams as Genie, where the sequel and television show had Dan Castellaneta. Of course, since Robin returns he has a <more>
gag every ten seconds, but most of them land pretty well. The songs are quite good, and the characters are really quite fun. The animation is not that great, but it works well enough where you don't really notice it. I recommend this finale to the Alddin trilogy.My rating-*** out of ****. 81 mins. Rated G.
This was not the best disney animated sequel of all. but in all Aladdin and the king of thieves does absolutely have a good story line. the story of aladdins father is very heartfelt, that is why i gave it a 6 rating. and why did Iago have to be in this one also. i mean he got to be in the first two and he was the 2nd main character in the return of jafar. alls well that ends well though. aladdin and jasmine finally get married. the song for this sequence is very sweet. i liked this one better than the second, since robin williams returning role as the Genie. I liked it when he was Mrs <more>
Doubtfire. this is a good movie to watch over again.
Robin Williams Elevated This Movie To a Greater Level (by D_Burke)
You really can't review "Aladdin and the King of Thieves" without comparing it to its 1992 theatrical predecessor, or even the first direct-to-video sequel "The Return of Jafar". As an earlier reviewer on this site has mentioned, this movie is not as good as the original Aladdin, but much better than the second one in both story and animation.Having Robin Williams come back to reprise his role as the Genie was probably what made this movie above average. As talented a voice over artist as Dan Castellaneta is, he just couldn't fill Williams' shoes or his lamp . <more>
So it was a pleasant surprise to have Williams back as his manic self with all his authentic, gut-busting gags and various celebrity impressions.However, that being said, having the Genie present a lot of the time created some fairly noticeable improbabilities and definite plot holes. For instance, when the 40 thieves raided Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding in the beginning, the Genie could have stopped all of them and sent them all to jail. I had the impression that the Genie's powers were infinite, so he was definitely capable of doing that. On the other hand, it wouldn't make for an interesting movie if the Genie magically solved everyone's problems. It still didn't seem right that the Genie just stalled during those climactic scenes, though.But with every problem the Genie didn't magically solve, there came a plot that was slightly more complicated than expected, and that's a good thing. The complicated plot made the story far more intriguing, and it added a great deal more depth to Aladdin's character. Caseem, Aladdin's estranged father, was also a great addition to the cast, and his character was equally appealing.Although we didn't see too much of Jasmine in this movie, she appeared to be a much stronger character than even in the original Aladdin movie. I commend the Disney company for making her a strong, supportive companion to Aladdin without making her appear to be a damsel in distress. In fact, the part where she punches one of the thieves for "ruining my wedding" was an excellent touch.The animation itself could have been better, but it was above average for a direct-to-video sequel from the 1990's. With just a little bit better animation, it could have easily been released to theaters. I don't think that was Disney's intent, though. So for what it was worth, it's an above average movie, and Robin Williams made the movie all the better by returning as the Genie.