Oliver & Company (1988)
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A strong piece of childhood nostalgia
Oliver and Company
An average movie
"Rated: G Why it’s rated: There is child endangerment, and some intense scenes, otherwise it’s safe for kids."
" This animated take on Oliver Twist re-imagines Oliver as an adorable orphaned kitten who struggles to survive in New York City and falls in with a band of canine criminals led by an evil human. First, Oliver meets Dodger, a carefree mutt with street savoir faire. But when Oliver meets wealthy Jenny on one of the gang’s thieving missions, his life changes forever. Following the release of The Black Cauldron (1985), Michael Eisner and Jeffrey Katzenberg held a pitch meeting with the animati"
"Other Nomination Best Musical or Comedic Film Score"
“OK, first things first. I am not sure what Charles Dickens would say if he found his best book "Oliver Twist" has inspired an animation. I hate to say this, but surprisingly the project worked quite nicely, if a little predictable and uneven at times. The animation isn't bad at all, actually very clean and smooth mostly, and neither is the story, both of which are the redeeming merits of an enjoyable movie like this one. The characters were also well done in general. My favourite was Georgette, what a genius the casting director was to cast Bette Midler. Jenny and Oliver- who was adorable- were appealing also, but Sikes at times was a bit frightening, and Fagin's part was quite poorly written. Now the script was the letdown, very uneven at times, and unintentionally funny, and this marred ” read more
"A girl is kidnapped, implied possible death, a cute kitten is abandoned (he does find a new owner), and Bill Sykes..... He is a horrible person, and bad guy."
" Directed by: George Scribner Produced by: Kathleen Gavin, Dennis Edwards, Sherry Gunther, and Dorothy McKim Screenplay by: Tim Disney, Jim Cox, James Mangold, Vance Gerry, Gerrit Graham, Kevin Lima, David Michener, and Kirk Wise Based on the novel, "Oliver Twist" by Charles Dickens Edited by: Mark A. Hester and James Melton Music by: J.A.C. Redford Songs and lyrics by: Ron Rocha, Rob Minkoff, Dan Hartman, Charlie Midnight, Barry Manilow, Tom Snow, Dean Pitchford, and Howard Ashman Distributed"