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A Kid in Aladdin's Palace (1997)

PG  |  Video  |   |  Adventure, Family  |  28 July 1998 (USA)
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A teenager goes back in time to help the legendary Ali Baba save Aladdin and his kingdom from an evil villain.



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A teenager goes back in time to help the legendary Ali Baba save Aladdin and his kingdom from an evil villain.

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28 July 1998 (USA)  »

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Aladdin und der Wunderknabe  »

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Genie: [after the villian wishes the deliverer was dead] Let's say that's your last wish, but Genie won't grant it. Genie doesn't kill, Genie rules! Next time you get the lamp,read the manual.
[Goes back in lamp]
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Fine family film borrows heavily from comedy legends.
21 January 2002 | by (The Beach) – See all my reviews

This slapstick sequel to A KID IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT returns Thomas Ian Nicholas as reluctant time traveler Calvin Fuller. This time he is sent back to the time of Aladdin courtesy of a genie played by Taylor Negron and meets up with Ali Baba played by Nicholas Irons. This film does a few things right. The locations, sets, and soundtrack are lifted from studio films of the 40's and 50's (or at the very least Indiana Jones sets). This was the hey day for this type of adventure film, especially comedy versions such as the Road To pictures. You can almost see that the script was written for Hope and Crosby or Lewis and Martin in the lead roles occupied by Thomas Ian Nicholas and Nicholas Irons (especially when the two must disguise themselves as harem girls) with the glaring exception that Thomas just doesn't have the comedy chops that the pros did. With few punch lines to end a scene Thomas just seems to sit there waiting for the action to stop. The director resorts to gags last seen in the Ernest comedies (pulling out an endless array of props from the 20th century such as an electric tooth brush). They are accompanied in the plot by three thieves (instead of forty) which owe much to The Three Stooges. Once introduced The Three Thieves just don't do much which is a shame. The rest of the cast plays it rather straight much like the supporting characters in an Abbott and Costello film. As I said, this film does a few things right, namely selecting a tried and true formula for comedy, a bit old, but perhaps new to the intended audience. Rhona Mitra as the romantic interest for Thomas is Hollywood gorgeous and does a good job in her role. James Faulkner as the evil Luxor will remind you of every evil antagonist in these type of films but he does it well. Another thing the film does right is play on the hip-comedic genie that Robin Williams played in the Disney animated feature. Negron has the look and the right attitude and the director doesn't overplay him. In the films of the 40's and 50's everyone spoke English, but that was okay since the audience basically granted the film the ability to "translate" for convenience sake (sort of an early version of Star Trek style translators). Some of these films took place in the 20th century in which English was common all over the world and in others all the characters were from the same time and place. In the case of A KID IN ALADDIN'S PALACE, we have a 20th-century Californian conversing quite easily with English speaking Arabs in an era when I suspect few spoke the language. Being a children's film, and a slapstick comedy, this problem is solved by just ignoring it. That's okay, because when we are first introduced to the character Calvin he is wearing a T-shirt labeled ACME PIZZA DELIVERY suggesting that some of the scenes might be lifted from a Warner Brothers cartoon, and soon enough we have the bad guys falling into vats of colored paint and jumping up against block walls with a splat. Reality has little place here. Though not of the caliber of the studio classics, this is a fine family film with nothing to offend.

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