Aladdin seems to be the most studied of all recent Disney live action remakes.
In the first pictures there were reactions to the lack of a blue genius (and then about what he actually looked like), the attitude of a white actor in a new role and even the arrangement of & # 39; Prince Ali & # 39; ;.
But did Guy Ritchie ruin our childhood by daring to make Aladdin new? ? No, not in the least. Although the remake does not do enough to make you feel like a whole new world, it's still a lavish and entertaining retelling of a classic story.
And yes, Will Smith's genius is good.
In the event that you have never seen the animation, Aladdin revolves around the eponymous "street rat" (Mena Massoud), who falls in love with Princess Jasmine (Naomi Scott) they meet on the streets of Agrabah.
The only problem is that Jasmine must marry a prince, but fortunately for Aladdin, he is led by the disgraceful chief adviser to the Sultan, Jafar (Marwan Kenzari), to find a magical lamp that has an all-powerful, wish-fulfilling genius (Will Smith) contains. ,
Will Aladdin be able to stop Jafar from winning Jasmine's heart?
Regarding the plot of the remake, it's as usual, but that does not mean that Ritchie does not mind. & # 39; ; t added new elements with varying degrees of success.
Jasmine's new song & # 39; Speechless & # 39; does not quite reach the heights of the classic Aladdin pieces, but it's a rousing show that's more extended Jasmine also gets a new maid in the form of Dalia (Nasim Pedrad) and they share a funny chemistry, including some antics that swap the body.
Ritchi We've also done more for Jafar, and Marwan Kenzari is His attitude to Jafar lacks the necessary threat – or even a threat – and his monotonous delivery does not work.The changes to Iago (voiced by Alan Tudyk) are also confusing he rarely interacts with Jafar, but also is not a normal parrot repeating sentences.