The Little Mermaid

1989

Action / Animation / Family / Fantasy / Musical / Romance

243
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 92%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 88%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 201715

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Cast

Kimmy Robertson as Ariel's sisters
Jodi Benson as Ariel
720p.BLU
600.14 MB
1280*720
English
NR
23.976 fps
1hr 23 min
P/S 28 / 389

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Smoreni Zmaj 10 / 10

Under the Sea :D

Almost three decades ago, when I saw this movie for the first time, it's excellent music made it number one on my list of Disney favorites, and it stayed there to this day. "Under the Sea" is, without a competition, the most catchy Disney song ever and it totally deserved Oscar it won. "Kiss the Girl" was also nominated, and when two songs from the same movie compete for the same Oscar it's clear how great this soundtrack is. The most beautiful and the most romantic Disney animated flick, with the most singable and catchy songs. Every time I see it I feel like teenager in love.

10/10

Reviewed by datautisticgamer-74853 9 / 10

The Renaissance is indeed here!

This was the final film my aunt and I viewed today, again on VHS. I was really elated from this morning to see this, as it begun what many people my brother's age proclaim as the best Disney era. So here lie my thoughts on it.

While the story doesn't adapt everything in the Andersen tale, it pulled off some really great humor and magic that made Disney glorious again back in 1989. Almost every scene in this movie ended up taking my mind to places of fascination, which I would say even rival some films I consider a 10. The character development was absurdly strong, providing with it the lessons of knowing the implications of selfishness, and I do think Ursula is one of the better Disney Villains from her complex motives and just being all around awesome. The animation is of a quality I cannot describe; I could say that it conveys vivid environments and character designs, and I could say that it really does upgrade the occasional slapstick and sight gags, but that wouldn't scratch the surface of what Disney has achieved here. I will say right now that only Mary Poppins has a better overall score among all the Disney films I have seen; in the animated canon, though, this takes the cake. The 3 main songs of this movie all deserve to be remembered for years and really do serve as a foreshadowing to the career of the amazing Alan Menken.

Any Disney fan or animation historian will want to view this movie for the impact it has made. While I still stand by that the Renaissance actually started with The Great Mouse Detective, this solidified its existence and brought complete stability to the company. Just for that, I want to give this film a special place in my heart. I possess optimism that many of you out there reading this will find at least 2 things to enjoy. For a Disney film, that's well above a compliment, but I feel it meritorious of such.

Reviewed by marieltrokan 6 / 10

Vindicates contrast without appropriate rationale

The need to preserve outrage is the non-need to destroy happiness

Non-need is freedom

Destroy happiness is deceptive destruction

Free deceptive destruction is forced honest peace

Forced honesty is honest force

Honest force is good force

Good force peace is peace of good force

Good force is force good

Force good is not good

Peace bad is bad peace

Bad peace is divide between bad and peace

Divide is bad

Bad between bad and peace

Between is internal

Bad internal bad peace

Bad internal is good external

Good external is external good

External good is internal

Internal bad peace is external peace peace

Peace is external peace

Peace is internal

Internal is contrast

Peace is contrast

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