Spirit Stallion of the Cimarron [Hindi] (2002) - Dubbed
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Plot: A wild stallion is captured by humans and slowly loses the will to resist training, yet, throughout his struggles for freedom, the stallion refuses to let go of the hope of one day returning home to his herd. Runtime: 83 min Release Date: 24 May 2002
In a time when Hollywood is making money by showing our weaknesses, despair, crime, drugs, and war, along comes this film which reminds us the concept of the "Indomitable Spirit". If you are feeling beaten down, this movie will free your mind and set you soaring. We all know how tough life can be, sometime we need to be reminded that persistence and courage will get us through. That's what this film did for me and I hope it will for you.
An animated movie that is to be commended. One that is up there with the best. (by Shokalion)
Spirit is a unique and original look at western life from the point of view of a wild horse, and native Americans. The film focuses on the friendships and perils that a wild horse, Spirit, encounters during his life.Very well done in the presentation, using the technology available today to deliver stunning visuals that are breathtaking in their depth and realism.The music is fantastic, with songs by Bryan Adams, and music by Hans Zimmer, who also was responsible for the extremely popular music from the 1994 Disney hit, The Lion King.The story is not very deep but the fact that it isn't <more>
quite as in-depth as some movies doesn't in my opinion detract from the film as a whole.An excellent film which I enjoyed immensely, and that is suitable for all the family. Not one to be missed. 10/10
I liked this movie a lot. The animation was well done and the romance was cute. I liked most of Bryan Adams' songs and the Hans Zimmer score was excellent. What a lot of people don't realize is how well it relates to the Heart of Darkness/Apocalypse Now themes what happens when so-called "civilization" invades someone elses home, what does it mean to be "civilized" etc. . The opening scenery and music were very stirring. The film is a lament to an America that was once beautiful.
A fine piece of animation. (by what3v3r)
The horse is indeed a fine animal. Picturesque depictions of wild horses and their grace could never have been more majestic in an animation flick.The animation is simply stupendous. The fine animation forms the backbone of the beauty that the horses embolden across the flick. More so when the stallion traverses diverse terrain, jumps across cliffs and braves waters. Soundtrack too is very impressive. The wonderful instrumental music lures you to appreciate the movie. "They say the story of the west was written from the saddle of a horse . " huh? Well ,The story of a fine horse sure <more>
was written from the saddle of the west .All in all, this movie is clearly up there with the best .It is one of the best animation flicks i have watched. Would be a very fine choice on a lonely night. An easy 9/10.
This was a great movie with a good story. My children 10, 7, 5, and 4 all loved this movie, including myself. The music was also fantastic. No, the horses do not talk, but instead, the story is told by Spirit. And to hear a story told by a horse's point if view was fun.I think the title says it all, "spirit". This movie really gives you a sense of family and home and friends. I would have to say my 4 year old boy and 5 year old girl were really touched by this movie, and even got so into it, they laughed so hard, and they cheered for spirit in the end. Enjoy "Spirit" <more>
with your family and have your spirit lifted with this heartwarming story. Your kids will love it. I think you will too.
An incredibly well-made movie for the young and not so young (by pkhanna)
This movie was highly entertaining. The soundtrack Bian Adams is simply beautiful and inspiring. Even more impressive is Brian Adams doing all the songs in French as well. The score is also uplifting and dramatic.The movie is made from a mix of traditional animation, combined with computer generated images. The result is truly stunning. I watch this film at least once a week with my kids and we never tire of it. The story is compelling and well narrated.I don't understand anyone who would rank this movie less than a 7. Definately a keeper in my household.
Full of Heart, a great story. (by NickSDV)
If only ALL animation was this great. This film is classic because it is strong is two simple aspects: Story and Character. The characters in this film are beautifully personified. I felt for all of the characters, and human-animal relationship in the movie works perfectly. The beautiful animation and 3-D computer animation hasn't worked better in any other film. This is a great movie for kids, and for adults who want a classic hero's journey. 8 of 10.
Both thumbs up for Spirit! (by c-corleis)
It is not easy to create a animated movie in which the animals can display human feelings without losing his animal nature and will be understand by the younger audience at the same time. I have only seen three feature films, in which the idea, to tell a story only through the eyes of animals without "cartoonize" them too much, really works: "Bambi", "Watership Down", and "Spirit - Stallion of the cimarron". This movie is very underrated, it contains all the spirit oops, good play with words ;- that once was the realm of Walt Disney. Unfortunately <more>
modern Disney lost the ability to tell a good, straight, and heartwarming story in great pictures and symphonic music, like "Spirit - Stallion of the cimarron" do today. Unfortunately modern Disney films needing a lot of action, running gags and sidekicks to cover the weak and soulless plots. Without doubts, the primary model for "Spirit - Stallion of the cimarron" was Disney's old masterpiece "Bambi". As a great fan of "Bambi", i recognize more than a dozen references to Disney's greatest movie of all time: The opening sequence with the forest, Spirits birth, the fight with the cougar, the look to man's camp far away, the burning forest and the jump into the river, the final reunion... and a lot more. That's not wrong, because the makers of "Spirit" use this lovely references in its own context and add a lot more to bring us a great movie that will really touch you. I give him 8 out of 10 stars!
Why do people who already have a preconceived notion of what is an acceptable amount of tenderness in a film write reviews for films like "Spirit"? I have one message to anyone with a blindly scathing opinion of this film: if you just don't like children's films, or if you have the rigidness of mind that makes it impossible for you to go back to a time of greater innocence, DO NOT REVIEW THIS FILM! Please.That said, I can continue that "Spirit" is extraordinary. The animation is technically impressive, from the opening shot to the locomotive scene at the end. The <more>
storytelling is straightforward and pure, yet has many totally original moments that combine with the more formulaic, tried and true story elements. Objectively speaking, you can see that a great deal of time and money went into making the movie something that would stand a little taller than its competitors.Sadly, "Spirit" suffers from its subject matter in a way unfair to the film itself. The film will likely appeal more to the sensitive read: women, girls and young boys than a general audience. The story is about a horse, and that means it is NOT likely to have lots of guns, swordplay, singing animals, characters saying, "It's all my fault", or distinct good vs. evil. My word, what happens when someone is courageous enough to make a movie that so deviates from tried and true storytelling devices? The answer: they don't make as much money as the recyclers at the Mouse."Spirit" was outshone and outmarketed by "Lilo and Stitch" and did not have nearly as long a run as a result. Guess who lost out because of that? You did, very likely. I saw this in the theater and on home DVD. "Spirit" loses an enormous amount of its power going to the small screen. The opening panoramic, long shot behind the eagle is reduced to a clever camera trick. And the experience of being engulfed in the thunder and masterfully recreated power of the galloping herd of mustangs is reduced to a moment of natural drama and little else. If you missed this movie during the summer of 2002, it is little wonder why you might overlook or worse, pan this magnificent milestone in animation.See "Spirit" with an open mind. Enjoy its fresh take on the Bambi/Kimba/animal adventure tale. If you can, watch it with *children* so you can get a glimpse at the magic that they can easily see in this superior film. When it's over, take a moment and imagine what imagination and heart went into creating this film. And if you still cannot decide favorably on it at all, watch "Scary Movie" or something that appeals better to your sense of intelligence and taste.