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#88 | Disney's Meet The Robinsons

One of the more overlooked Disney animated classics, Meet the Robinsons (2007) is a quirky coming of age movie which sees Lewis, a brilliant young inventor, who is keen on creating a time machine to find his biological mother, who abandoned him in an orphanage. Things take a turn when he meets Wilbur Robinson, who is from the future and tried to warn him of something bad that's going to happen.


Meet the Robinsons was a major part of my childhood, I must have watched this movie over and over as a kid because it truly moved me. The characters were dynamic and loveably silly, the story was utterly foreign to anything i'd seen before and ultimately, the ending ties everything up into one very neat bow. The story is epic, is incorporates so many special references to Walt Disney and a lot of easter eggs for Disney lovers. The film is scattered with details which could go amiss to a regular viewer. This film deserves far more recognition, its funny, its heartbreaking, it'll make you laugh, it'll make you cry, it has all the elements of a successful Disney feature but sadly doesn't live up to the same standards as more recent features. Meet the Robinsons belongs on the top 100 list, without a shadow of a doubt. This feature is truly magnificent and if you're yet to watch it, please do, you won't regret it.


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