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An American Tail

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A young mouse named Fievel Mousekewitz (Phillip Glasser) and his family emigrate from Russia to the United States by boat after their home is destroyed by cats. While emigrating to the United States,he gets separated from his family and must relocate them while trying to survive in a new country.
Release:
IMDb:
6.9
Quality:
HD
Duration:
80 min
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Film4
There's nothing particularly special about An American Tail, save for Bluth's slick animation.
September 10, 2008
Chicago Sun-Times
he movie has such vague ethnic grounds, however, that only a few children will understand or care that the Mousekewitzes are Jewish. And few of those are likely to be entertained by such a tragic, gloomy story.
January 01, 2000
TV Guide
The story is moving, and the animation includes some powerful images, although some of the early scenes depicting the suffering of the mice in Russia may be too frightening for younger viewers.
September 10, 2008
Variety
Cartoons with ambitions even this noble are as rare as Steven Spielberg films that lose money, but every character and every situation presented herein have been seen a thousand times before.
September 10, 2008
Time Out
For all its state-of-the-art animation techniques, Spielberg's production remains resolutely conservative: visually it's virtually indistinguishable from Walt at his wimpiest.
June 24, 2006
New York Times
Witless if well-meaning.
August 30, 2004