#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Lewis an orphan wants to see what his mother looked like. So he invents a machine that looks through your brain so you can see your memories. But this weird kid says he’s from the future and warns him about a guy in a bowler hat. The bowler hat guy messes with his invention and it fails. He decides that he’s a failure and no one wants him. But the kid that warned him about the guy is here on a mission to find the bowler hat guy that wants to destroy Lewis. To prove he’s from the future he takes Lewis to the future. But the time machine breaks and he’s stuck in the future until he fixes it. In the meantime he spends quality time with the family. But the bowler hat guy is about to alter time and it’s up to Lewis to save the future.
Plot: Lewis, a brilliant young inventor, is keen on creating a time machine to find his mother, who abandoned him in an orphanage. Things take a turn when he meets Wilbur Robinson and his family.
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I was pleasantly surprised at how much a 50’s something mom of a teenager liked this movie.
I went to the theater this afternoon to catch an R-rated film and goofed on the times. The only movie available in my time frame allowed was Meet the Robinsons. I reluctantly bought a ticket and was pleasantly rewarded with a movie experience that reminded me very much of my childhood. When we got to go to the movies in the 50’s and 60’s, there were trailers, followed by the newsreel and then a cartoon before the main attraction. The non-three D version started with non-R rated trailers, followed by a Mickey Mouse cartoon (loved it!) and then the main feature. It was very entertaining to sit back and relax and not worry about the good guys dying, the amount of slaughter that would be portrayed, or that there wouldn’t be a positive message at the end. As an adult, there were enough references to keep me entertained and from the sounds of the kids in the theater, they were obviously enjoying this movie. I would highly recommend it to all but the crankiest movie-goers, and I personally loved the quote from Uncle Walt at the end of the movie. When I was little, our whole family watched Walt Disney every Sunday and I particularly remember when it changed to Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color. Walt Disney was a man ahead of his time and I really miss his adventurous spirit and inquisitive mind. He introduced and ended each episode and I really enjoyed seeing him every week. I wish that Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color was still on every week and that new episodes would still be made.
Disney ‘keeps moving forward’…
The tagline of this movie is perfect… because it describes exactly what Meet the Robinsons means for the Disney Feature Animation studios… a step forward. Disney had been on a slide in the last few years… they were beginning to make cheap comedy movies with thin characters and story lines. I am happy to report that those days are over.
Now, I’m sure many are wondering just what kind of influence John Lasseter has had on this film… and I can report that it is all positive. This movie could easily have been just as pointless as Chicken Little and The Wild… it could have been another thin comedy… but it wasn’t. Here we finally have somewhat of a return to Disney’s old style, where they make the audience laugh but also have a deep story with real-life problems and great characters. And I am happy to report that the humor is actually made with wit! There are no fart jokes, no potty humor, and the sidekick characters don’t annoy the heck out of you.
The first part of this movie, where we first see Lewis and Goob growing up at the orphanage, and then Lewis is whisked away to the future, is where all of my complaints lie. The beginning is very rushed, and does not give you a chance to really get to know Lewis or his feelings before he is whisked away into the future. And once he gets there, everything remains rushed. You meet the entire Robinson family in only about two minutes, and it’s slightly overwhelming to have that much thrown at you. The opening of the future part is the part of the movie where you see what it COULD have been… a comedy that did nothing for you, and tried to overwhelm you with endless one-liners from wacky characters. But then the movie turns serious, the plot begins to unwind, and pace is much better. The characters become deeper and more realistic, their motivations and personalities shine through, and the storyline becomes absolutely fantastic. By the end of the movie, you really feel like you have been on an adventure. The main character shows hope, he develops and grows quite a bit through the course of the film, and there is a very uplifting message, from Walt Disney himself, to keep moving forward.
So, overall, this is great family entertainment. The animation is quite good, much better than most other studios, but I don’t think it’s quite as great as some critics have made it out to be… maybe because I didn’t get to see the 3-D version. But for me, it was the story that made the movie. Combine the great story, witty humor, and fun animation, and you have a movie that is definitely a step in the right direction for Disney. The motto could not be better placed… keep moving forward, and keep looking for better and better films from Walt Disney Pictures in the future.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi
Director Stephen J. Anderson
Writer Jon Bernstein (screenplay by), Michelle Bochner Spitz (screenplay by), Don Hall (screenplay by), Nathan Greno (screenplay by), Aurian Redson (screenplay by), Joseph Mateo (screenplay by), Stephen J. Anderson (screenplay by), William Joyce (based upon the book “A Day with Wilbur Robinson” by), Diego Garzon (story editor)
Actors Angela Bassett, Daniel Hansen, Jordan Fry, Matthew Josten
Awards 1 win & 10 nominations.
Production Company Walt Disney Pictures
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, DTS, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.44 : 1 (some scenes), 1.85 : 1, 2.35 : 1, 2.35 : 1 (original release)
Film Length 2,607 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Disney Digital 3-D
Printed Film Format 35 mm, D-Cinema (3-D version)