A hard thing in this day and age is finding a good movie that the whole family can enjoy without having to worry about innapropriate content. The remake of Disney's Aladdin is one that is safe for most ages to enjoy. If you've seen the original, then you have a good idea of what you can expect from this one. "Aladdin" is a great talking point like a lot of movies due to the fact that the entire concept of the movie lies in the fact that when you lie about who you are, the truth will eventually come out and not in the way that you want it to. This film also shows the incredible power of redemption in how Aladdin starts out as a poor, kind, and down on his luck street thief and sudddenly gains the ability to get anything he wants, and turns out none of it makes him happy for longer than a moment. Everything that he does is so that he can gain the approval to marry Princess Jasmine. Somewhere along the way, he loses a part of himself that takes him a while to get back. Not until he is without his princeliness, does he realize that he already had the affection of the princess, all he had to do was be himself and that was enough.If you want a movie that is good for the entire family, check out the live action remake of Disney's Aladdin, starring Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott, Will Smith, and many more talented actors/actresses.
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