The dialogue sounds about as good as animated dialogue can. If they did, I didn't notice them. Famous pop songs are thrown in with little rhyme or reason, puns and word gags are lobbed to adults with the subtlety and effectiveness of a bad softball pitcher. It was purchased as a gift and he enjoyed having the movie. More on the DVD / Buy from / Buy on Blu-ray. google_ad_type = "text_image"; Either way, you'll quickly find some repeat questions out of the limited supply. Though its exact origins are unknown, chances are you have heard the story of Chicken Little, a diminutive fowl who is struck by an acorn and misinterprets the event as indicating that the sky is falling. And having the key players sit down for an 80-minute audio commentary doesn't seem like a lot for fans and animation enthusiasts to ask of a 4-year production. That's kind of a sad state for a studio that was largely the industry leader not long ago. "The Ultimate Groove" Collector's Edition, Walt Disney Animation Collection: Three Little Pigs. Usually when we go to bed and cuddle this is the movie we watch and then nighty night! You've probably just read more about Chicken Little's box office gross than you care to, but I'm not spouting off these numbers for no reason. That is not to say this is a terrible film. "Where's Fish?" Such a goal is on display in Chicken Little, where it seems like every demographic was targeted at some point, as if test panels and industry research dictated this movie more than Mark Dindal. google_ad_width = 300; At least the cursor icons (a bell, an acorn, a helmet, and a sky hexagon) are inspired. Two examples: the 2004 box office successes of Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ and Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 spoke not just about the movies themselves, but of the moviegoing public and their religious and political beliefs. That was due less to its content than to its context and its medium. //--> (This has since been "outdone" by The Weinstein Company's dubbed bomb Doogal.) Valiant had the distinctions of being both the first British and least expensive computer-animated feature widely released to theaters. Dolby Digital 5.1 (English, French, Spanish) The first section, Deleted Scenes, offers four partially-animated sequences which run, with the optional explanatory introductions by producer Randy Fullmer and director Mark Dindal, 13 minutes and 22 seconds. google_color_url = "EF2810"; BONUS FEATURES Otherwise, it's a pretty standard piece, with lots of name-dropping, tidy sound bites, and praise-dispatching, with a few candid insights into production. Theatrical Release: November 4, 2005 / Running Time: 81 Minutes / Rating: G So weighing my kids opinions with my own I'd say the movie is okay. Then another object falls from the sky onto Chicken Little and this time, there is little doubt that it is neither a piece of the sky nor an acorn. Like just about every animated Disney DVD released these days, Chicken Little features Disney's FastPlay, which makes remote control use optional. Respectable though Chicken Little's intake may have been, it paled next to 2002's Lilo & Stitch and Dinosaur, Disney's mostly CG-animated 2000 flick which has (justly or not) earned the reputation of being a flop for the studio. At least the cursor icons (a bell, an acorn, a helmet, and a sky hexagon) are inspired. Online shopping from a great selection at Movies & TV Store. That's par for the course. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. Report abuse. 1,291 global ratings | 620 global reviews, Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2020. 1 US releases 1.1 VHS 1.2 DVD 1.3 Blu-ray 2 International releases 2.1 UK 2.1.1 DVD 2.2 Australia 2.2.1 DVD 2.2.2 Blu-ray 2.3 Germany 2.3.1 DVD 2.3.2 Blu-ray ", 1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen This G-rated anthropomorphic animals comedy became the first fully-computer-animated production to emanate from Walt Disney Feature Animation and it did so a few years after management had mandated that the division phase out the traditional 2-D animation it had long been known for. google_ad_height = 250; Financial analysis of Chicken Little (2005) including budget, domestic and international box office gross, DVD and Blu-ray sales reports, total earnings and profitability. Though its exact origins are unknown, chances are you have heard the story of Chicken Little, a diminutive fowl who is struck by an acorn and misinterprets the event as indicating that the sky is falling. Get your little chicks clucking with the DVD release of Chicken Little. Chicken Little Soundtrack • Chicken Little Read-Along • Disney's Karaoke Series: Chicken Little, | Disney Feature Animation | DVD and Blu-ray Reviews | DVD & Blu-ray Release Schedule | Upcoming Disney Movies | Search. Click here to learn more. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. If they did, I didn't notice them. Make offer - Chicken Little (DVD, 2006) WALT DISNEY CHICKEN LITTLE EASTER LOCKDOWN KIDS CHILDREN CLASSIC NR. Subtitles: English; Closed Captioned It has plenty of bang to it, with lots of directionality and a wide soundfield. Each discarded piece offers something interesting. More notable than the random eggs and popcorn promotions is news that a 25th Anniversary Edition of The Fox and the Hound is due this summer. It arrived very promptly and in good condition. If you watch them all in succession, it's safe to say you might be sick of "One Little Slip." Modern Marvels: Walt Disney World (2005) • Lady and the Tramp (1955) (Platinum Edition) • The Shaggy Dog (1959) ENCRYPTED DAISY download. Slipcover fans will be disheartened to find no such thing here; the all-important cardboard cover reproduction seems to be reserved for direct-to-video sequels and re-releases. Freezes and skips. Each discarded piece offers something interesting. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Chicken Little (Three-Disc Combo: Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD) at Despite becoming the second highest-grossing film Disney Feature Animation has released this decade, Chicken Little is treated to only a single disc release and a fairly lightweight one at that. These promote The Little Mermaid: Platinum Edition, The Wild, Dumbo "Special" Edition, and AirBuddies. //2007-01-22: animated classics reviews Art doesn't happen from market studies, cross-promotion possibilities, and imitation. The music videos and game are things that most won't return to, leaving just a genuinely interesting lot of deleted scenes and a standard featurette as the only added value. Finally, the fourth showcases unseen lunchroom antics of Fish Out of Water and Runt of the Litter. Bolt (2008) • Meet the Robinsons (2007) • The Wild (2006) • Valiant (2005) • Dinosaur (2000) More on the DVD / Buy from / Buy on Blu-ray,