Release Date(s) Starring Back in Spain, Sister Catalina is an orphan who grew up on the streets before being taken in by the local nuns, led by M… The video game tie-in, released on PlayStation, Game Boy Color, and PC, was named Gold & Glory: The Road to El Dorado. The soundtrack features songs by Elton John and Tim Rice, as well as composers Hans Zimmer and John Powell. Tulio and Miguel are outmatched, but Chel is able to substitute the ball with an armadillo named Bibo, allowing them to win the rounds until the final one, where Bibo is replaced with a real ball, but once again, the two ironically win the game fairly. However, their cheating is soon discovered and as a result, they end up as stowaways on Hernan Cortes' fleet to conquer Mexico. , 20 years after the film's release, The Road to El Dorado had an unexpected rise in popularity as an Internet meme. Zimmer had also previously composed the music score to The Prince of Egypt.  In Elliott and Rossio's treatment, the film was meant to end with Miguel and Tulio saving the Mayan people from Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés as it would abandon its civilization to live in the nearby jungle amidst the tragic backdrop of the destruction of its culture. During the match, Tulio and Miguel are clearly over-matched, but Chel replaces the ball with a rolled-up armadillo, allowing the two to cheat and win the game. Miguel comes to appreciate the peaceful life embraced by the citizens; by then, he reconsiders leaving, especially after overhearing Tulio telling Chel that he'd like her to come with them to Spain, before adding he'd like her to come with specifically him and to forget Miguel – straining the relationship between the two. Chicken Run (2000), Don PaulJeffrey KatzenbergAdditional Sequences:Will FinnDavid Silverman, MiguelTzekel-KanChief TannabokChelHernan Cortes, John PowellSongs:Elton JohnTim Rice (lyrics). It was directed by Eric "Bibo" Bergeron and Don Paul (in their feature directorial debuts) and additional sequences directed by Will Finn and David Silverman. Miguel spares the ritual of sacrificing the losing team and chastises Tzekel-Kan, much to the crowd's approval. Unusually for an animated film, both Kline and Branagh recorded their lines in the same studio together, in order for the two to achieve more realistic chemistry. Welker also voices the Bull that chases Miguel and Tulio in the beginning of the movie. The Road to El Dorado is a 2000 American animated adventure comedy film directed by Eric "Bibo" Bergeron and Don Paul, with additional sequences by Will Finn and David Silverman, starring Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, and Rosie Perez, and produced by DreamWorks. Tulio and Miguel though disappointed they lost their treasure, take off in a different direction for a new adventure (with Chel), unaware that Altivo still wears the golden horseshoes he was outfitted with in the city. This resulted in a good deal of improvised dialogue, some of which ended up in the film. Co-producer Bonne Radford explained, "We were trying to break free of that pattern that had been kind of adhered to in animation and really put a song where we thought it would be great...and get us through some story points. The Eagles members Don Henley and Timothy B. Schmit are credited as background vocalists on the song "Without Question". Believing Cortés to be the real god, Tzekel-Kan offers to lead them to El Dorado.  Their musical process began with Rice first writing the song lyrics, and giving them to John to compose the music. When Tzekel-Kan sees Miguel playing a ball game with children, he insists the "gods" demonstrate their powers against the city's best players in the same game. This page was last edited on 9 October 2020, at 03:55. John is also credited periodically narrating the story in song throughout the film. The group successfully crashes against the pillars, causing a cave-in but losing all their gifts in the process. With their boat completed and loaded with gold, Tulio is ready to leave but Miguel announces that he will be staying because he finds the city peaceful. Tulio tells Tannabok the next day they are only here for a visit but will need a boat built to leave the city with the gifts the city has showered upon them. Tulio and Miguel are brought to the city's elders, Chief Tannabok and wicked high priest Tzekel-Kan. The Backstreet Boys provided backing vocals on "Friends Never Say Goodbye", but were uncredited due to record label problems. The DVD release includes an audio commentary, behind-the-scenes featurettes, music video of "Someday Out of Blue", production notes, interactive games, and trailers and television spots. Cummings also voices the cook on Cortés's ship, a warrior who gets stepped on by Tzekel-Kan's stone jaguar, and the native who warns Chief Tannabok about Cortés. Hans ZimmerJohn PowellSongs:Elton JohnTim Rice (lyrics) As the statue starts to fall too quickly, Tulio has difficulty in preparing the boat's sail. Two con-men (Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh) get hold of a map to the lost City of Gold, El Dorado. " Similarly, animation historian Charles Solomon remarked on the lack of character development writing "Tulio and Miguel move nicely, but the animators don't seem to have any more idea who they are than the audience does. It's a high-spirited movie, though it's not for all tastes. As Tulio and Chel board the boat, they see smoke on the horizon and realize Cortés is close. " Joel Siegel, reviewing on the television program Good Morning America, called it "solid gold," claiming the film was "paved with laughs. Tulio, Miguel, Chel, and Altivo hide as Tzekel-Kan brings Cortes and his men towards the waterfall. Ted ElliottTerry Rossio Dreamworks Animation Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. After the film was released, a series of sequels were planned (in the vein of the Shrek franchise), but later on these were scrapped after the film flopped at the box office. Based on its total gross, The Road to El Dorado was a box office disaster, unable to recoup its $95 million budget. The map leads them to a relief outside of a waterfall where a young woman approaches them, chased by a number of guards. A "Cast & Crew Special Edition" recording of the soundtrack exists, but was never released to the public. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The film received mixed reviews from critics; it holds a 48% "rotten" rating out of 104 reviews at Rotten Tomatoes, with 50 positive reviews, making this the first DreamWorks animated film to earn a "rotten" rating; the consensus states: "Predictable story and thin characters made the movie flat." ", The film grossed $12.9 million on opening weekend ranking second behind Erin Brockovich's third weekend. Who can tell them apart? Budget March 31, 2000 Tulio and Miguel manage to outwit the jaguar, causing it and Tzekel-Kan to fall into a giant whirlpool, thought by the natives to be the entrance to Xibalba, the spirit world.  Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an A+ to F scale. The film earned $12,846,652 on opening weekend at #2, behind previous year's Erin Brockovich's third weekend. Their camaraderie adds to the adventure; you almost don't need to know where they're going or what they're after, because the fun is in the journey." This proved difficult for the audio team. Chronology The Road to El Dorado is a 2000 American animated adventure-musical comedy film produced by DreamWorks Animation and released by DreamWorks Pictures. Under the working title El Dorado: City of Gold, the film was originally scheduled for release in the fall of 1999.  Miguel and Tulio were rewritten as petty swindlers, and the setting of the film was changed to a more luscious paradise. Directed by Bibo Bergeron, Don Paul, Jeffrey Katzenberg. During the trip, they are caught as stowaways but manage to break free and take a rowboat with the help of Cortes' horse, Altivo. Two swindlers get their hands on a map to the fabled city of gold, El Dorado. Everyone is convinced they are gods when as a volcano is beginning to erupt, Tulio yells at Miguel to stop, and the volcano suddenly stops. Paul Clinton of CNN wrote, "The animation is uninspiring and brings nothing new to the table of animation," praising the Elton John/Tim Rice songs, but noting the weak plot.  In late 1996, Tim Rice and Elton John were asked to compose seven songs, which they immediately worked on. Tzekel-Kan also believes that with the arrival of the gods comes "The Year of the Jaguar", a year in which the city will be purged of all wicked people. Miguel begins playing a guitar and begins to bond with the people. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, B.O.O. Shortly before the public announcement of DreamWorks SKG in October 1994, former The Walt Disney Company chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg had met with screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio and gave them a copy of Hugh Thomas's book Conquest: Montezuma, Cortes and the Fall of Old Mexico, desiring to make an animated film set in the Age of Discovery.  Because the characters and film drew from the Bob Hope and Bing Crosby Road to ... films, producer Bonne Radford remarked that "[t]he buddy relationship [between the duo] is the very heart of the story.  Additionally, Katzenberg reportedly co-directed the film albeit uncredited. The two are showered with gifts of gold from Tannabok but disapprove of Tzekel-Kan attempting to sacrifice a civilian as the gods' ritual. There was also an event in El Dorado, KS in which the streets were painted gold and gold coins were donated to the city to build a movie theater. In some instances (such as "The Trail We Blaze"), the songs have been altered musically and vocally from the way they appeared in the film.
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