20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Adventure • G • 1954 • 2 hr 7 min
Classic movie from growing up. Cutting edge special effects for 1964. Another lost classic you never see anymore
Treasured as a classic, the tale of Nemo warns of the dangers in monomania.
An action and adventure Disney classic.
Classic 50s sea adventure great for its time
absolutely one of my favorite Disney movies!!! Extremely well done
Stands the test of time - a solid classic.
Cool story, great effects and performances. Pretty simple family movie though
Disney's adaptation of the classic book, it is very different from the original source, but still worth watching. Kirk Douglas is just great
A classic story in a classic movie. Always entertaining and fascinating!
Fun adventure movie, it is an interesting commentary on the human condition
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