An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

Adventure / Animation / Family / Western

IMDb Rating 6.5 10 22,389


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Dom DeLuise as Tiger
James Stewart as Macaulay Connor
John Cleese as Cat R. Waul
Jon Lovitz as Frank Miller
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689.34 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
75 min
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1.33 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
75 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by hilemandavid 10 / 10 / 10

One of the Best Animated Sequels of All Time!

YAHOO! Great Sequel, boys! Bluth might not be involved in this, but this is one of those rare sequels that manage to be slightly better than the original. It rightfully deserved it's release in theaters, along with Beauty and the Beast. It's got many good things from the original, like the return of the oh-so-adorable Phil Glasser returns as Fievel! And we got new things in store. Like John Marwood Cleese, Monty Pythoneer, and voice of Cat R. Waul. And James Stewart, famous actor of the 1960's. Not to mention that they've upgraded Tanya Mousekewitz to... *cue Wanna B Ur Lovr by Weird Al* *Record scratch, music cuts off* D-d-d... Sorry. Where did I leave off? Oh. Tanya's upgrade. Right. Ahem. She had got herself a little plastic surgery? 'Cause she looks gorgeous in this look! Absolutely beautiful! I mean, she ought to go find a beauty competition, because it's marvelous! Even her makeover doesn't change her! And she's really got her voice! I mean... who voiced her? Jodi Benson? (Cathy Cavadini is the right answer.) If you've seen Disney's 1989 film The Little Mermaid, you can see that Tanya and Ariel have quite a bit in common. The film paved the way for DreamWorks Animation, and films like Shrek, The Prince of Egypt - one of my all-time favorite animated movies - , The Road to El Dorado, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, and How to Train Your Dragon. These films owe it to this fantastic sequel to an already fantastic film. I have seen it on Netflix, but I would want to buy it, and take it with me anywhere I go! It is that good! Adorable, beautiful, well-voice-acted, nicely drawn, well done, Spielberg!

Reviewed by moviemanMA 9 / 10 / 10

Perfect for the kids...

When I look back on my childhood, I think of fond, fuzzy memories, often linked with good movies. The Jungle Book, Peter Pan, really any animated movie will do, especially Disney. For some reason, these movies capture what it means to be a kid, to have fun. What we have hear is one of those funny, heartwarming treasures that will light up a child's face when he or she sees it. In An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, Fievel Mousekewitz and his family are tricked into leaving the big city in the hopes of finding freedom "way out west". Little do they know that the evil feline Cat R. Waul (John Cleese) is behind this. With the help of his friend Tiger (Dom DeLuise) and sheriff Wiley Burp (Jimmy Stewart), this trio will try and take down Cat R. Waul and his gang of villainous cats. This well animated sequel to An American Tail is one that will bring a smile to anyones face. Clever humor that appeals to little kids is found throughout. This movie is one that will become an instant classic in your collection. It can be passed down from generation to generation. Granted, this isn't a movie that will be watched late at night by you and your buddies. This movie does what it's supposed to do, entertain the little ones. Your children will have you rewinding over and over again (thank God for DVD's!).

Reviewed by MovieAddict2016 9 / 10 / 10

Better than the original

I enjoyed the original "American Tail" movie because of its appeal towards adults as well as children (it uses mice and cats as a metaphor for the Jews and Germans during WWII, with immigrants fleeing to the US). However the dark edge of the movie was a bit too much for me and I felt as a children's tale it was probably a bit too scary. Don Bluth returned in '91 to film the sequel to his last hit, this one a satire of the westerns. Fievel the mischievous mouse returns as his parents are shipping off to Green River to escape the cats, led by Cat R. Wall (voiced by John Cleese). Along the way a spider (voiced by Jon Lovitz) tries to kill Fievel and he falls off the train, into the desert, where he pines for his feline friend from the first film (voiced by Dom DeLuise). Eventually Fievel finds his way out of the desert and finds a dog-sheriff (voiced by Jimmy Stewart) who decides to help train him so that he can fight off Cat R. Wall, who has moved out west to spread his reign of terror. I enjoy this movie more than the first one because it's not as dark (something I just have a problem with in a kid's movie). The satire isn't as strong and the whole WWII edge is lost but it still retains the cats vs. mice, which is a nice element. The animation in my opinion is more classical and the musical sequences are more lively. The voice talents are far more impressive and I love Jimmy Stewart and John Cleese in this movie - talk about great casting! Overall this is better than the original and it surprises me that more people don't actually know about it. As a nice little family adventure film it's pretty entertaining and in terms of animation it represents everything Don Bluth is known for.

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