All time fave
This was my kids fave in the early 2000's I recently had a baby and he too loves it! It's non stop start to finish hands down my fave film!! Good memories
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
Great family Movie
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
great value for money
had it on video and loved it, so bought on dvd because of the change overs now and the fact our video player no longer works. great film really funny and has great characters in it.
Good movie for kids or the whole family
Dreamworks deserves serious praise for what it tried to do with its first feature-length animated movie, The Prince of Egypt. They went against the Disney formula by dealing with Biblical themes, leaving out the cute animal sidekicks and dealing with human suffering and death. But while The Road to El Dorado shares some of the previous film's visual innovation, it's also a bit of a rebound back toward a more Disney-esque story. No one dies or really gets hurt, there's two animal sidekicks (at least they don't talk), and in general the film glosses over big issues with song and dance numbers. On the other hand, there are some ways in which El Dorado is so strange it's almost pure anti-Disney. There's no moral to the story, or at least there's no one-liner to sum it all up. And there's some really, really obvious sexual innuendo most animation producers, and the religious right, would shy from. So which one is it? How can a movie be both unfortunately formulaic and oddly groundbreaking? This cuts to the center of the film's problem-there's a lot of potential, but it fails so miserably in a few key aspects that it's almost more disappointing than enjoyable. The plot is an illustration of the point. Miguel (Kenneth Branagh) and Tulio (Kevin Kline) are two con men caught with loaded dice. They distract the crowd by pretending to fight but make off with a supposed map to the legendary city of gold. They end up captured on Cortez's ship on its way to Cuba and midway through enlist the help of his horse and all three escape to a rowboat. They hit shore and follow the map, eventually making it to a stone and no city-when a native girl, Chel (Rosie Perez) runs out of the mist with a gold idol.Read full review
I love this movie!
I personally love this movie it brings back so many childhod memories and i personally prefer supporting the voice actors and the company that made this awesome movie instead of dowloaing it! I LOVE ROAD TO EL DORADO!!!