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YMMV / Aladdin and the Adventure of All Time

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  • Alternative Character Interpretation:
    • Aladdin and Paige: were they misled kids who didn't realize that they were messing up history by changing major historical figures or were they villain protagonists who didn't care about what was happening around them?
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    • The same could be said about Scheherazade. Why was she changing those people? Was she doing the future a favor by changing who they were or did she change them because she knew what it would do to the future?
  • Crosses the Line Twice: This dialogue
    Cleopatra: My father was a king among men, and you squashed him like a beetle. What have you got to say for yourselves?
    Aladdin: Heh...whoops!
  • Designated Hero: Both Aladdin and Paige in the 3rd act, forcibly changing people who weren't like their traditional depictions looking like their stereotypes, murdering a pharaoh and making the world a worse place by "correcting" mistakes in time
    • Aladdin is especially this for not caring about Paige (when she was to be sacrificed) or his girlfriend (who he forgot) to flirt with Cleopatra until she revealed her obesity, which is fixed.
    • By the end of the story, Aladdin and Paige are directly responsible for the genocidal tyranny of Henry VIII, the murderous piracy of Blackbeard, the brutal civil war between Rome and Egypt, and making the Leaning Tower of Piza lean. And then at the end they Mind Rape the Big Bad into becoming good and force her to release dozens of potentially dangerous prisoners back into society.
  • Family-Unfriendly Aesop:
    • In the end, Paige stands up to her bullies by bullying them. In her defense, her intentions were to show how hurtful name-calling can be.
    • You can fix any flaws rather than dealing with them
  • So Bad, It's Good: This animated film is rather cheap, but worth watching only to see how hilariously awful it is.


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