DVD Features: Deleted scenes; Inter-stitch-als: Stitch wreaks havoc in an array of Disney classics; "Burning Love: Behind the Scenes with Wynonna; A*Teens music video "I Can't Help Falling in Love with You"; DisneyPedia: Hawaii; Build and Alien experiment game and much more!
Lilo and Stitch
Lilo & Stitch tells the story of two outcasts searching for a place to fit in. On the planet Turo we meet 626, an alien inventor's experiment gone bad. Since they cannot tolerate his wild behavior they deport him into the dark universe. Cut to Lilo, a young Hawaiian girl who is shunned by her friends because she constantly picks fights and plays unfairly. Her older sister is raising her because their parents died in a car crash. The social worker assigned to their case has threatened to send Lilo away because of her poor behavior. It's the prototypical dysfunctional American family. When 626 mistakenly lands on Earth and finds his way to a local animal shelter, it's luckily the same day that Lilo is there looking for a new dog. Mistaking him for a puppy, Lilo adopts 626 and names him Stitch. Despite coming from two totally different worlds, Lilo and Stitch suffer from the same problems. The film's central theme stresses that the meaning of family is that no one should be left behind or forgotten. Unfortunately, this theme sometimes gets lost in the film's numerous plot complications. It does feature three original songs as well as a bunch of old Elvis Presley numbers. Also brilliantly reintroduced is the long-dormant Disney practice of using watercolor backdrops for the characters, and the rich, gorgeous hues they have chosen are as warm and exotic as tropical island breezes.