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10cf746e54 Interview with Jrmie Noyer. They kept just enough of my elements (characters and such) that I can never produce my original vision or story elsewhere. David Spade as Emperor Kuzco, the sarcastic 18-year-old emperor of the Inca Empire. Glendale News-Press (Glendale, California). "With Groove, Disney's in a Rut". Produced by Randy Fullmer and directed by Mark Dindal over a six-year production timeline, The Emperor's New Groove was altered significantly from its original concept as a more traditional Disney musical entitled Kingdom of the Sun, to have been directed by Dindal and Roger Allers (co-director of The Lion King). "Finding the Groove". He is the earthy guy who brings everything back into focus. However, the executives were at first reluctant to intervene because of Allers's success with The Lion King, which had also had a troubled time in production. She also plans to kill and overthrow Kuzco.
Full Review… November 16, 2009 Lisa Alspector Chicago Reader Top Critic Emperor doesn't aim too high or strain too hard; it is at ease inhabiting its pretty, miniature realm. The other thing that hits you is the change in pace animation and artistic style wise, no more Disney eyes folks. This article is about the film. On Rotten Tomatoes, it receives an 85% "Certified Fresh" approval rating based on 127 reviews with an average of 7.1/10. The standard VHS and DVD & The 2-Disc Collector's Edition are now discontinued. Los Angeles Daily News. Retrieved February 8, 2015 via TheFreeLibrary. "The Long Story Behind the Emperor's New Groove (Part 2)". Writing for Variety, Robert Koehler commented the film "may not match the groovy business of many of the studio's other kidpix, but it will be remembered as the film that established a new attitude in the halls of Disney's animation unit". Roger Ebert, writing his review for Chicago Sun-Times, awarded the film 3 (out of 4) stars distinguishing the film as "a goofy slapstick cartoon, with the attention span of Donald Duck" that is separate from what's known as animated features. Cinema Crazed Groove boasts some innovative tricks and sharp performances.