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  • Feeling nostalgic today
    5 minutes in and I remember why this is one of my childhood favorites
    And all the voices!!
    *
    "Atlantis: The Lost Empire" 2001
    -directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise

    A young adventurer named Milo Thatch joins an intrepid group of explorers to find the mysterious lost continent of Atlantis.

    Starring
    Michael J. Fox as Milo Thatch
    James Garner as Rourke
    John Mahoney as Preston Whitmore
    Jim Varney as Cookie
    Corey Burton as Moliere
    Claudia Christian as Helga
    Phil Morris as Dr. Sweet
    Don Novello as Vinny
    Jacqueline Obradors as Audrey
    Florence Stanley as Mrs. Packard
    Cree Summer as Princess Kida
    Leonard Nimoy as King *
    Fun Facts!
    Marc Okrand, who created the Atlantean language, also created the Vulcan and Klingon languages for the "Star Trek" franchise

    Upon designing the city of Atlantis, the filmmakers wanted to avoid the concept of Atlantis as "crumbled Greek columns underwater". Instead, they modelled their Atlantis on forms of architecture such as Southeast Asian and Mayan works.

    After Milo gets seasick on the first ship, his line, "Carrots? Why are there always carrots? I didn't even eat carrots!" was ad-libbed by Michael J. Fox.

    During the campfire scene, Milo comments that the Shepherd's Journal cuts off, like there's a page missing. This mirrors how, in real-life, Plato's narrative about Atlantis cuts off mid-sentence, because the rest of the manuscript has been lost.

    Kirk Wise said that they chose Michael J. Fox for the role, because they felt he gave his character his own personality and made him more believable on-screen.
    Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)

    Jim Varney passed away on February 12th 2000 at age 50 due to lung cancer from smoking, before the production ended, and the film was dedicated to his memory. Producer Don Hahn was saddened that Varney never saw the finished film, but mentioned that he was shown clips of his character's performance during his site sessions and said, "He loved it." 🎬✌🎥
    #LetsDiscussIt #letstalkmovies #moviefan #moviebuff #animated #Disney #childhoodfavorite #2001 #Atlantis #AtlantisTheLostEmpire
  • Feeling nostalgic today
5 minutes in and I remember why this is one of my childhood favorites
And all the voices!!
*
"Atlantis: The Lost Empire" 2001
-directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise

A young adventurer named Milo Thatch joins an intrepid group of explorers to find the mysterious lost continent of Atlantis.

Starring
Michael J. Fox as Milo Thatch
James Garner as Rourke
John Mahoney as Preston Whitmore
Jim Varney as Cookie
Corey Burton as Moliere
Claudia Christian as Helga
Phil Morris as Dr. Sweet
Don Novello as Vinny
Jacqueline Obradors as Audrey
Florence Stanley as Mrs. Packard
Cree Summer as Princess Kida
Leonard Nimoy as King *
Fun Facts!
Marc Okrand, who created the Atlantean language, also created the Vulcan and Klingon languages for the "Star Trek" franchise

Upon designing the city of Atlantis, the filmmakers wanted to avoid the concept of Atlantis as "crumbled Greek columns underwater". Instead, they modelled their Atlantis on forms of architecture such as Southeast Asian and Mayan works.

After Milo gets seasick on the first ship, his line, "Carrots? Why are there always carrots? I didn't even eat carrots!" was ad-libbed by Michael J. Fox.

During the campfire scene, Milo comments that the Shepherd's Journal cuts off, like there's a page missing. This mirrors how, in real-life, Plato's narrative about Atlantis cuts off mid-sentence, because the rest of the manuscript has been lost.

Kirk Wise said that they chose Michael J. Fox for the role, because they felt he gave his character his own personality and made him more believable on-screen. 
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)

Jim Varney passed away on February 12th 2000 at age 50 due to lung cancer from smoking, before the production ended, and the film was dedicated to his memory. Producer Don Hahn was saddened that Varney never saw the finished film, but mentioned that he was shown clips of his character's performance during his site sessions and said, "He loved it." 🎬✌🎥
#LetsDiscussIt #letstalkmovies #moviefan #moviebuff #animated #Disney #childhoodfavorite #2001 #Atlantis #AtlantisTheLostEmpire
  •  18  4 15 hours ago

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  • Some really great new Disney tees and tumblers hit the floor today! These tees are all designed by fans from a contest hosted @hottopic ! And they are buy 2 get 1 free! How cool is that?!
  • Some really great new Disney tees and tumblers hit the floor today! These tees are all designed by fans from a contest hosted @hottopic ! And they are buy 2 get 1 free! How cool is that?!
  •  60  1 15 February, 2019

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  • My childhood dream to visit the underwater world in one of my favorite cartoons “Atlantis: The Lost Empire” has come true 🧜‍♂️
  • My childhood dream to visit the underwater world in one of my favorite cartoons “Atlantis: The Lost Empire” has come true 🧜‍♂️
  •  96  6 14 February, 2019

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  • 🐋🐬💙 So blessed to be working with all of you! It is inspiring to see so many people waking up! Thank you for allowing me to guide you through this journey 🙏🏼💙🙏🏼 @kendrastrand_dna
    For session info email me through link in bio - New Website Launch Soon #empathmentor #intuitivelifecoach
  • 🐋🐬💙 So blessed to be working with all of you! It is inspiring to see so many people waking up! Thank you for allowing me to guide you through this journey 🙏🏼💙🙏🏼 @kendrastrand_dna 
For session info email me through link in bio - New Website Launch Soon #empathmentor #intuitivelifecoach
  •  172  6 12 February, 2019