Stanley is a kindhearted, popular troll who can create flowers with a mere touch. When Gnorga, the mean-spirited Queen of the Kingdom of Trolls discovers Stanley's secret, she banishes him ... See full summary »
Charles Nelson Reilly
A young boy whose dreams transcend reality is sucked into his own fantasy, which is everything he has dreamed of until he unleashes a century old secret that may not only destroy this ... See full summary »
William T. Hurtz
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A direct-to-video sequel was planned, but due to the film's poor box office it was ultimately shelved. See more »
When Sawyer is explaining to Danny about how people don't care about the animals talents in Stage 13 after the rehearsal, during the conversation the shadow on Sawyer changes from curved in one frame, when it cuts to Danny and back to her, it is then straight. See more »
[after finishing "Big & Loud", to a stunned Danny]
[in cutesy voice]
Kinda makes you speechless...
[in sultry voice]
... don't it?
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During the credits, movie posters of the animals in different movies like the Witches of Eastwick or Singin' in the Rain appear. See more »
Tonight I'm Going Out with You
Written by Bill Elliott
Performed by Bill Elliott and His Orchestra
Published by Full Keel Music Co. o/b/o itself & Pacific Carr-tunes
Courtesy of Windswept Pacific Entertainment Co. See more »
I'll always be a hardcore Disney fan, but I can't help but have a real soft spot for movies which prove that dreams can come true. This movie about anthropomorphic characters (animals that are like people) is simply incredible- animation stylized, cute, and fun... with an incredible plot, great music (I bought the soundtrack), amazing voice talent (that includes singing!), and believable characters. This is a real keeper...and I'm surprised that it didn't get as much attention as it deserved. I'd reccomend it to anyone who's had a dream, or who has one... and those who just love cartoons.
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