Treasure Planet

Jim Hawkins (speaking) Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Jim Hawkins (singing) John Rzeznik
John Silver Brian Murray
Dr. Doppler David Hyde Pierce
B.E.N. Martin Short
Capt. Amelia Emma Thompson
Arrow Roscoe Lee Browne
Scroop Michael Wincott
Billy Bones Patrick McGoohan
Sarah Laurie Metcalf

Walt Disney Pictures presents a film directed by Ron Clements and John Musker. Written by Clements, Musker and Rob Edwards. Based on the novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. Running time: 95 minutes. Rated PG (for adventure action and peril).

Central Theme
If you want to experience success you’ve got to chart your own course.

In this space adventure Jim Hawkins is a troubled teen who never recovered from his father’s abandonment. From the time he was a child he was thrilled with the story of a legendary Treasure Planet where a futuristic space pirate had left a horde of gold and jewels called Flint’s Trove.

After Jim comes into possession of a high-tech map leading to Treasure Planet, his mother’s friend Doctor Doppler arranges for a ship captained by Amelia, and the two set sail, traversing the universe in pursuit of the treasure.

Captain Amelia places Jim under the supervision of John Silver the cook, who eventually becomes both his father figure and adversary.
Doppler has recruited a rag-tag bunch of misfits for a crew and it turns out what they have in common is a desire to recover the Trove under the leadership of john Silver.

Disney relied on stunning animation over clear storyline in this adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s TREASURE ISLAND, and they tried to appeal to teens with a result that will not satisfy young kids or teens.

Beliefs num
–Success relies on charting your own course.
–You do need friends to help you achieve your dreams.
–Inside many a rebellious kid is a good one yearning to be released and channeled towards the good.

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