Lilo & Stitch User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.33

Current Rating: 4.33

based on 3672 votes and 109 reviews

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  • 5 stars This is probably my all time favorite Walt Disney animated film! Lilo and Stitch is so awesome because one, I LOVE Hawaii! I want to live there someday and two, the movie was so cute and hilarious!
  • I was surprised how quickly I liked the characters in this movie. It was well made. Recommended to anyone looking for a clever animated movie to watch with the family. It's up there with the usual favorites such as Lion King, Mulan, and Alladin.
  • I thought this movie was so cute. Not knowing what Stitch really is kind of bugged me, but I got over that real quick. Good for kids and parents.
  • A cute,great movie. I really enjoy the movie. My favourite character was Stitch because he is just so cute. This show is really good for families that aren`t really happy living with each other. It really teach us about family, Ohana and the purpose of relationship between families.
  • It was the greatest disney movie ever... And i thought I liked Beaty and teh Beast...
  • i thought of lilo & Stitch the coolest movie so far. plus i thought of the movie as me and my sister.
  • Stitch is soooo cute!!! I loved it...it is by far the best Disney movie. Unfortunately it wasn`t a big hit...
  • I thoght it was the best movie I saw this year!
  • good
  • it is now my favorit diseny movie. it had so much ecitment and stitch is soooo cute. it definetly is going to be added the our video collection!

Lilo & Stitch

Genre:  Family | Running Time:  85 min.
Release date:  June 21, 2002 | On DVD/VOD:  December 3, 2002

Current rating: Rating: 4.33
based on 3672 votes and 109 reviews
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Cast: Chris Sanders, Daveigh Chase, Tia Carrere, Kevin McDonald, Ving Rhames, David Ogden Stiers, Jason Scott Lee, Zoe Caldwell, Kevin Michael Richardson