The horses are well designed also, looking like horses, but anthropomorphised enough to give them recognizable emotional responses. When city-turned-country girl Lucky meets a wild mustang named Spirit, she feels an instant connection to the untamable horse. There's a real palpable sense of environment and geography, of time and place, something rarely found in American animated features. A courageous and natural-born leader, Lucky navigates this new world with her two new best friends, Pru and Abigail by her side. Joe voice as Matthew Levin. Train Pull Foreman voice as Don Fullilove Crazy Credits No opening credits for music composer, producers, screenplay and directors, etc.
A courageous and natural-born leader, Lucky navigates this new world with her two new best friends, Pru and Abigail by her side. Most importantly, the film gives us a chance to savor the backgrounds. The background art and western landscapes are stunning and offer a mix of painted scenes and computer-created scenery, although everything seems computer enhanced in one way or another. But it should give a measure of hope to that small, passionate segment of the audience that cares about animation as a medium capable in its own right of great storytelling and cinematic artistry. It was stuck of considered involving in 2002. When city-turned-country girl Lucky meets a wild mustang named Spirit, she feels an instant connection to the untamable horse. The trio embark on thrilling adventures, find genuine friendship, and discover what it means to be free! But, thankfully, aside from Damon, there are no other celebrity voices.
And it's perfectly suitable for even the smallest children. No character, human or animal, is exaggerated for cartoon effect. Neither of these elements were particularly necessary and the movie would have been better without them, although they aren't fatal. The other big selling point is the artwork. The human characters all have solid, expressive, recognizable faces, strongly differentiated from each other. All 6 episodes of Season 1 are now streaming on Netflix, and Season 2 arrives September 8! Although there are several chase scenes, the characters are just as likely to pause and connect with each other in movements reflecting naturalistic behavior.
Please select where you booked and then read about where your Confirmation Code can be located. The character design is also well-done. Please review the requirements for your code and try again. Some of you may be forgiven for thinking it was just a horse movie, a distinct and definable genre in its own right e. It's a familiar saga to western fans but told here from the point-of-view of a wild horse.
The characters don't zip around in constant frenetic motion the way they do in Disney movies. The movie has three selling points for people who are appalled at how childish and inane animated features in the U. Remember, neither the Airline Ticket Number or Orbitz Record Locator number shown later in your email can be used to access your reservation at Spirit. . This is digital animation at the best I've ever seen it including the Japanese anime features I've seen in the last few years. There are moments of gentleness, tenderness, curiosity, and discovery, so we get to see the space the characters are in and get to connect with it ourselves.
If you booked with a third party not listed below, your confirmation email from them should contain a 6 character code that may be referred to as a Confirmation Code or record locator. Hans Zimmer's excellent music score does a far more effective job in conveying, in dramatic and emotional terms, what the songs belabor. The trio embark on thrilling adventures, find genuine friendship, and discover what it means to be free! The latter two functions are served by Spirit's first-person narration, voiced by Matt Damon and told in the past tense as a reminiscence, and several songs on the soundtrack written and performed by Bryan Adams. It just may be the only western that children in today's audience will get to see on the big screen. . . .
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