Bei "Atlantis" scheiden sich die Geister - wie auch bei meinem anderen, meinem absoluten Lieblingsfilm aus dem Hause Disney ("Der Glöckner von Notre. Der Wissenschaftler Milo ist davon überzeugt, dass es die geheimnisvolle versunkene Stadt Atlantis gibt. Als Mitglied einer U-Boot-Mission taucht er in die Tiefen des Meeres ein und findet die sagenumwobene Stadt. Doch Atlantis steht kurz vor dem. Eine Gruppe von Archäologen und Entdeckern, angeführt vom Historiker Milo Thatch, tauchen auf der Suche nach dem legendären Königreich Atlantis tief in die. <
Die verlorene Stadt: "Atlantis"-Realfilm bei Disney & Sequel-Idee (Update)Eine Gruppe von Archäologen und Entdeckern, angeführt vom Historiker Milo Thatch, tauchen auf der Suche nach dem legendären Königreich Atlantis tief in die. Über Filme auf DVD bei Thalia ✓»Atlantis - Disney Classics«und weitere DVD Filme jetzt online bestellen! Atlantis – Das Geheimnis der verlorenen Stadt (Atlantis: The Lost Empire) ist der abendfüllende Zeichentrickfilm der Walt Disney-Studios von Regisseur Gary.
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It was my first premiere and I loved it! It was such a thrill. Now, onto the review. Disney is taking a huge chance on this movie for a number of reasons.
First of all, it is NOT a musical. Much of the Disney name is based on the legendary soundtracks. Initially, I thought that the lack of music would make the movie seem a bit longer and not so Disney.
But after seeing it, I thought that the absence of music was a great move. Even though I love such classic songs as "Under the Sea" and "A Friend Like Me", music might have made it a bit too kiddy.
Nice job Disney. Secondly, this movie is PG. It is NOT G and with good reason. There is a good deal of action and those scenes are better than any part of "Pearl Harbor".
The partially CG, partially animated "Star Wars"-esque dogfights and chases truly are breathtaking, even to an adult. Yes, this movie might frighten some small kids, especially the scene with Leviathan and some of the climactic rumble s.
But overall, the kids in the audience weren't too frightened. The nice mix of humor for kids and some for the adults too helped to keep the balance of intense action and light hearted fun.
Lastly, this movie is not "Sleeping Beauty". This is not "Snow White". It isn't "Beauty and the Beast" or "Aladdin". But this is not nessesarily a bad thing.
This is like the dark side of "The Little Mermaid. Yes, there is a bit of blood. It's not a gauging like the over pretentious "Gladiator", it's enough to convey real emotion.
Milo Thatch, "Atlantis'" main character, has more dimension as a 2-D cartoon than any scene involving Russell Crowe in "Gladiator". This movie isn't the vibrant end of "Be Our Guest".
The darker nature almost made you forget that this was an animated feature. It was very effective and finally someone at Disney realized it isn't all about selling t-shirts and plush toys.
Bravo Disney, "Atlantis" surely won't sink BTW, I got to meet Marty McFly himself, Mr. Michael J. Great guy, and the premiere did benefit his Parkinson's reasearch Center.
Again, bravo to Disney, this was an incredibly generous move on their part. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
Sign In. The game was met with average to mixed reviews upon release. GameRankings and Metacritic gave it The soundtrack to Atlantis: The Lost Empire was released on May 22, It was also available in a limited edition of 20, numbered copies with a unique 3D album cover insert depicting the Leviathan from the film.
A rare promotional edition featuring 73 minutes of material, compared to the 53 minutes on standard commercial editions was intended only for Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voters, but was bootlegged and distributed with fan-created artwork.
The Atlantean language is a constructed language created by Marc Okrand for Disney's film Atlantis: The Lost Empire. The language was intended by the script-writers to be a possible "mother language", and Okrand crafted it to include a vast Indo-European word stock with its very own grammar, which is at times described as highly agglutinative , inspired by Sumarian and North American languages.
To create this, Dr. Okrand took common characteristics of all world languages and applied them to the Proto-Indo-European language.
His main source of words roots and stems for the language is Proto-Indo-European, but Okrand also uses ancient Chinese , Biblical Hebrew , Latin and Greek languages , along with a variety of other ancient languages or ancient language reconstruction.
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Atlantis: The Lost Empire premiered at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California on June 3, , and went into general release on June Released by Walt Disney Pictures , Atlantis performed modestly at the box office.
Due to the film's lackluster box office performance, Disney quietly canceled both a spin-off television series and an underwater attraction at its Disneyland theme park.
Some critics praised it as a unique departure from typical Disney animated features, while others disliked it due to the unclear target audience and absence of songs.
Atlantis was nominated for a number of awards, including seven Annie Awards , and won Best Sound Editing at the Golden Reel Awards. The film was released on VHS and DVD on January 29, , and on Blu-ray on June 11, Atlantis is considered to be a cult favorite , due in part to Mignola's unique artistic influence.
A direct-to-video sequel, Atlantis: Milo's Return , was released in A massive tidal wave, triggered by a distant explosion, threatens to drown the island kingdom of Atlantis.
In the midst of an evacuation from the capital city, the Queen of Atlantis is caught by a strange, hypnotic blue light and lifted up into the "Heart of Atlantis", a powerful crystal protecting the city.
The crystal consumes her and creates a dome barrier that protects the city's innermost district.
She leaves behind her husband, the King of Atlantis, and her young daughter, Princess Kida, as the island sinks beneath the ocean.
Several thousand years later, in , Milo Thatch—a cartographer and linguist at the Smithsonian Institution who is marginalized for his research on Atlantis—believes that he has found The Shepherd's Journal , an ancient manuscript allegedly containing directions to the lost island.
After his proposal to search for the Journal is rejected by the museum board, a mysterious woman, Helga Sinclair, introduces Milo to Preston B.
Whitmore, an eccentric millionaire. Whitmore has already funded a successful effort to retrieve the Journal as repayment of a debt to Milo's late grandfather and recruits Milo to lead an expedition to Atlantis as soon as he deciphers it.
The expedition departs with a team of specialists led by Commander Rourke, who also led the Journal recovery expedition. The crew includes Vinny, a demolitions expert; Mole, a geologist; Dr.
Sweet, a medical officer; Audrey, a mechanic; Mrs. Packard, a radio operator; and Cookie, a mess cook. They set out in the Ulysses , a massive submarine, but are soon attacked by the monstrous Leviathan, a robotic lobster-like creature that guards Atlantis' entrance.
The Ulysses is destroyed but Milo, Rourke, and part of the crew escape and make their way to a cavern, described in the Journal as the entrance to Atlantis.
After traveling through a network of caves and a dormant volcano, the team reaches Atlantis. They are greeted by Kida—who, despite her age, resembles a young woman—and discover that the Atlantean language is the basis of many existing languages which allows the Atlanteans to understand English.
Kida enlists Milo in helping her decipher the Atlantean writing, which was long forgotten by the natives. By swimming deep within the city's submerged ruins and translating underwater murals, Milo helps Kida uncover the nature of the Heart of Atlantis: it supplies the Atlanteans with power and longevity through the crystals worn around their necks.
He is surprised this is not mentioned in the Journal , but upon examination realizes a page is missing. Returning to the surface with Kida, Milo discovers Rourke has the missing page.
Rourke and the crew betray Milo, intending to bring the crystal to the surface and sell it. Rourke mortally wounds the King of Atlantis while trying to extract information about the crystal's location, but finds its location for himself hidden beneath the King's throne room.
The crystal detects a threat and merges with Kida. Rourke and the mercenaries lock Kida in a crate and prepare to leave the city, knowing that when the crystal is gone the Atlanteans will die.
Milo berates his friends for betraying their consciences and ultimately convinces them to leave Rourke and remain in Atlantis. The King explains to Milo that the crystal has developed a consciousness; it will find a royal host when Atlantis is in danger.
As he dies he gives his crystal to Milo, telling him to save Atlantis and Kida. Encouraged by Sweet, Milo rallies the crew and the Atlanteans to stop Rourke.
In a battle inside the volcano, Helga and the other mercenaries are defeated, including Rourke, killed when Milo slashes his arm with a crystal shard.
As Milo and the others fly the crystal back to the city, the volcano erupts. With lava flowing towards the city, Kida in her crystal form rises into the air and creates a protective shield.
The lava breaks away harmlessly, showing a restored Atlantis, and the crystal returns Kida to Milo. The surviving crew members return to the surface and promise to keep the discovery of Atlantis a secret.
Milo, in love with Kida, stays behind to help her rebuild the lost empire. The idea for Atlantis: The Lost Empire was conceived in October when Don Hahn , Gary Trousdale , Kirk Wise , and Tab Murphy lunched at a Mexican restaurant in Burbank, California.
Having recently completed The Hunchback of Notre Dame  the producer and directors wanted to keep the Hunchback crew together for another film with an Adventureland setting.
The filmmakers wanted to avoid the common depiction of Atlantis as "crumbled Greek columns underwater", said Wise.
Let's get the architectural style, clothing, heritage, customs, how they would sleep, and how they would speak. So we brought people on board who would help us develop those ideas.
Marc Okrand , who developed the Klingon language for the Star Trek television and theatrical productions, was hired to devise the Atlantean language for Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
Guided by the directors' initial concept for it to be a " mother-language ", Okrand employed an Indo-European word stock with its own grammatical structure.
He would change the words if they began to sound too much like an actual, spoken language. The Atlantean [A] is a shape developed by John Emerson.
It is a miniature map of the city of Atlantis i. It's a treasure map. Joss Whedon was the first writer to be involved with the film but soon left to work on other Disney projects.
According to him, he "had not a shred" in the movie. When the first two acts were timed at minutes, the directors cut characters and sequences and focused more on Milo.
Murphy said that he created the centuries-old Shepherd's Journal because he needed a map for the characters to follow throughout their journey.
This gave the film a faster pace because Atlantis is discovered earlier in the story. The character of Milo J. Thatch was originally supposed to be a descendant of Edward Teach, otherwise known as Blackbeard the pirate.
The directors later related him to an explorer so he would discover his inner talent for exploration.
Kirk Wise said it gave the team an opportunity for more on-screen character development: "We had more screen time available to do a scene like where Milo and the explorers are camping out and learning about one another's histories.
An entire sequence is devoted to having dinner and going to bed. That is not typically something we would have the luxury of doing.
Hahn stated that the first animated sequence completed during production was the film's prologue. The original version featured a Viking war party using The Shepherd's Journal to find Atlantis and being swiftly dispatched by the Leviathan.
Near the end of production, story supervisor John Sanford told the directors that he felt this prologue did not give viewers enough emotional involvement with the Atlanteans.
Despite knowing that the Viking prologue was finished and it would cost additional time and money to alter the scene, the directors agreed with Sanford.
Trousdale went home and completed the storyboards later that evening. The opening was replaced by a sequence depicting the destruction of Atlantis, which introduced the film from the perspective of the Atlanteans and Princess Kida.
At the peak of its production, animators, artists and technicians were working on Atlantis  at all three Disney animation studios: Walt Disney Feature Animation Burbank, California , Disney Feature Animation Florida Orlando , and Disney Animation France Paris.
The directors felt that a widescreen image was crucial, as a nostalgic reference to old action-adventure films presented in the CinemaScope format 2.
The film's visual style was strongly based upon that of Mike Mignola , the comic book artist behind Hellboy. Mignola was one of four production designers along with Matt Codd, Jim Martin, and Ricardo Delgado hired by the Disney studio for the film.
Accordingly, he provided style guides, preliminary character and background designs, and story ideas. I remember watching a rough cut of the film and these characters have these big, square, weird hands.
I said to the guy next to me, "Those are cool hands. We had a whole meeting about how to do your hands. The final pull-out scene of the movie, immediately before the end-title card, was described by the directors as the most difficult scene in the history of Disney animation.
They said that the pullout attempt on their prior film, The Hunchback of Notre Dame , "struggled" and "lacked depth"; however, after making advances in the process of multiplaning , they tried the technique again in Atlantis.
The scene begins with one inch Each piece was carefully drawn and combined with animated vehicles simultaneously flying across the scene to make the viewer see a complete, integrated image.
At the time of its release, Atlantis: The Lost Empire was notable for using more computer-generated imagery CGI than any other Disney traditionally animated feature.
To increase productivity, the directors had the digital artists work with the traditional animators throughout the production. Several important scenes required heavy use of digital animation: the Leviathan, the Ulysses submarine and sub-pods, the Heart of Atlantis, and the Stone Giants.
As the camera floated toward it, a 2D Milo was drawn to appear inside, tracking the camera. The crew noted that it was challenging to keep the audience from noticing the difference between the 2D and 3D drawings when they were merged.
With the ability to operate in the z-plane, this camera moved through a digital wire-frame set ; the background and details were later hand-drawn over the wire frames.
This was used in the opening flight scene through Atlantis and the submarine chase through the undersea cavern with the Leviathan in pursuit.
Since the film would not feature any songs, the directors hired James Newton Howard to compose the score. Approaching it as a live-action film, Howard decided to have different musical themes for the cultures of the surface world and Atlantis.
In the case of Atlantis, Howard chose an Indonesian orchestral sound incorporating chimes, bells, and gongs. The directors told Howard that the film would have a number of key scenes without dialogue; the score would need to convey emotionally what the viewer was seeing on screen.
Gary Rydstrom and his team at Skywalker Sound were hired for the film's sound production. Focusing on the machine and mechanical sounds of the early industrial era for the explorers, he felt that the Atlanteans should have a "more organic" sound utilizing ceramics and pottery.
The sound made by the Atlantean flying-fish vehicles posed a particular challenge. Rydstrom revealed that he was sitting at the side of a highway recording one day when a semi-truck drove by at high speed.
When the recording was sped up on his computer he felt it sounded very organic, and that is what is heard within the film.
Rydstrom created the harmonic chiming of the Heart of Atlantis by rubbing his finger along the edge of a champagne flute, and the sound of sub-pods moving through water with a water pick.
Atlantis was among Disney's first major attempts to utilize internet marketing. The film was promoted through Kellogg's , which created a website with mini-games and a movie-based video game give-away for UPC labels from specially marked packages of Atlantis breakfast cereal.
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