The Title Card
Hi guys, this movie was also part of my childhood along with The Land Before Time and An American Tail. What you guys are going to read is my personal review on the movie and the characters.
Okay, the story is like the Godfather because Scarface is a thug and I always despise him, will talk more about him later.
The story also reminds me of Carousel in which the protagonist tried to redeem himself and it was also very sad that Charlie could not stay longer, to which I personally felt that he should.
The nightmare scene was REALLY scary and I wish that Don Bluth had not put that scene in the final film, or he could had tone it down.
I always love Charlie and Itchy, however it wasn't until the the confrontation scene that I dislike Charlie at this point. He was just being inconsiderate and I personally think he should be more careful with his words and I felt sorry for Itchy in this scene!
As promise, I am going to talking about Scarface, I despise him because he was a pathetic villain with a very rushed character development. Not to mention that he is also ugly and fat.
Anne-Marie is another story, she was going through a very rough time throughout the movie. She needs some love and I'm glad that she did in the end with Charlie looking over her spiritually.
Judith Barsi: In Memoriam
Upon watching this again, I was shocked to find out that Judith Barsi, the voice of Anne Marie died at the hands of her alcoholic father, sadly her mother also died at his hands.
The song at ending credits, 'Love Survive' was dedicated to her in her memory. Every time I listen to this song, I cried my heart out! Ironically, she also did the voice of Ducky from the Land Before Time prior to this movie, I think.
There you have it, this film will always cherish in my heart and so do you.
Love survive, beyond our lives.