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The Little Engine That Could

Synopsis: The ageless story of Little Engine (Alyson Stoner) comes to life in a new perspective in this 3D animation of the 1991 classic. Little Engine now must leave Dreamland to deliver dreams and toys to the real world and face some adventure along the way. In her fun-filled escapade, the young train realizes that with a little courage and determination everything is possible.

Description: A young train named Little Engine must find the courage in herself and set off in a journey to deliver dreams and toys to the real world.

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Review: A remake of the timeless tale of a young locomotive up for big fun and adventure in the mythical set of Dreamland, The Little Engine that Could is a magnificent piece of film aimed at the general public but is mostly loved by the younger bouts. The movie is a legendary epic of its kind that receives much attention and praise from many because of its inherent charisma and lightness.

The Little Engine that Could is great family film that everybody can enjoy. The most noteworthy feature of this film is its gallant morale that any viewer can take home after watching. The straightforward claims of bravery and facing-your-fears idea definitely are easy to understand and struck the viewers head on. The movie also has great work ethics and sublimity. This is very good for youngsters as this can boost their self-esteem and learn good manners vicariously.

The appealing part of this kids’ movie is the fact that the characters presented in the film are all subtle and even held back. Parents won’t have to worry about their children hearing bad-mouths or curses in this fairly adorable animation.

The Little Engine that Could is definitely a must watch for families with toddlers and those just are simply young at heart. A light skit like this is what makes the arsenal of hard bound movies of today’s generation stoop back to a moralizing feature. Little Engine that Could definitely deserves the recommendation.

Synopsis:The ageless story of Little Engine (Alyson Stoner) comes to life in a new perspective in this 3D animation of the 1991 classic. Little Engine now must leave Dreamland to deliver dreams and toys to the real world and face some adventure along the way. In her fun-filled escapade, the young train realizes that with a little courage and determination everything is possible.

The Little Engine That Could, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
Reviewed by LoneRider on 22 October 2011

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