Aladdin and the King of Thieves


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Musical / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 33%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 50%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 31833


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December 03, 2015 at 10:49 AM



Robin Williams as Genie
Jim Cummings as Razoul
CCH Pounder as The Oracle
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695.21 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 21 min
P/S 7 / 55
1.39 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 21 min
P/S 8 / 53

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jonconnormustlive-46298 8 / 10

Amongst the best straight-to-DVD Disney sequels.

Aladdin and the King of Thieves follows our heroic Prince about to tie the knot when the wedding is disrupted of a band of thieves. Aladdin's plan to stop them brings him face-to-face with a long lost loved one, together they embark on a perilous treasure hunt.

King of Thieves is a good sequel for several reasons, one of the biggest being story, It's driven by genuine character development, relationships and the weight of big decisions. The animation is pretty good, much better then previous straight-to-DVD movies.

Another BIG plus is Robin Williams return as the character Genie. Like the first film, this one has lots of hilarious jokes that double as references to other films. Here Disney pokes fun at themselves several times.

It's a good script with good characters, good action and good jokes. An all around good movie!

Reviewed by Jesper Brun 8 / 10

Finally a Disney sequel with effort put to it.

I don't have any nostalgic bias towards "Aladdin and the King of Thieves", and therefore I am delighted to see the effort which has truly been put into making this perfect ending to the story of Aladdin.

"The Return of Jafar" I watched a lot when I was a kid and enjoyed it back then, but viewing it again at 23 years of age mostly made me sad about the obvious downgrade in animation and character. Iago's role in it was the only redeeming quality of that.

Here the quality of the movie is where it should be, on Aladdin and Jasmin finally getting married and Aladdin's search for his father, Cassim, who never was with Aladdin. When it is revealed that he is actually the leader of the forty thieves things get complicated leading to all the action and dilemma that comes with having a criminal in your family. Their developing of a relationship and an intimidatingly villainous Sa'luk are the greatest qualities of the movie.

To have Robin Williams back as the genie is simply a delight. Personally I couldn't stand Dan Castellaneta's performance in "Return of Jafar" and especially not in the series in which I found him obnoxious and not funny at all. The genie IS Robin Williams, period.

I must admit that his performance at times got a little narrow with too many Disney references and perhaps a little overdone, even though many of them worked out okay.

The animation is by direct-to-video standards really good and compelling. The emergence of The Vanishing Isle and the time spend in it is easily the highlight of the animation.

The songs are serviceable but forgettable and a couple of them actually sounded oddly similar. This is the only point on which I get harsh, because the original Aladdin is my overall favourite soundtrack in the Disney catalog, but the musical score for this worked out pretty well at underlining the emotions going on.

To sum up, "Aladdin and the King of Thieves" is a well done sequel to one of the greatest animated movies ever made. It has drama, action, romance and Robin Williams providing you with his beloved genie. It is definitely a strong ending to our adventures in the Arabian nights.

Reviewed by OllieSuave-007 6 / 10

An OK Disney sequel.

I was never a fan of the original Aladdin movie and I just happen to catch this movie on TV on a slow night. I wasn't expecting too much from the film, but did find the story about Aladdin finally getting to marry Princess Jasmine only to find the wedding being disrupted by the 40 Thieves a bit intriguing.

The animation wasn't the best, but was serviceable. Robin Williams returned to voice the Genie and gave, as I remembered, a less-than-annoying and less American culture cliché portrayal than in the first movie. The songs were OK, not as catchy as the ones in the first film. But, the plot was a tad more exciting due to more exciting sequences and the incorporation of the Midas storyline. Other than that, however, it's not one of the better Disney movies out there and if I would randomly select a Disney movie to put on for guests, it wouldn't be this one. I just find the movie to be a tad boring and find it better suited for little kids.

Grade C

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