A spellbinding mix of adventure, comedy, romance and music, this acclaimed animated spectacular tells the thrilling story of the lost Russian princess Anastasia and her quest to find her true identity. When the shadow of revolution falls across Russia, the royal family's youngest daughter barely escapes with her life.
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A spellbinding mix of adventure, comedy, romance and music, this acclaimed animated spectacular tells the thrilling story of the lost Russian princess Anastasia and her quest to find her true identity. When the shadow of revolution falls across Russia, the royal family's youngest daughter barely escapes with her life. Years later, Anastasia and a band of heroic companions must battle the evil Rasputin, his sidekick Bartok the bat and a host of ghostly minions in a headlong race to reach Paris, reclaim her rightful destiny and solve the greatest mystery of the 20th century.
Studio20th Century Fox
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54 critic reviews
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1/9/2018 by Mike Clark
The film's strength lies not just with its haunting melodies, pretty pictures and kid-friendly sidekicks, but in an emotionally gripping script.
1/5/2018 by Carol Buckland
Anastasia is OK entertainment. But it never reaches a level of emotional magic.
9/1/2008 by Todd McCarthy
An ambitious, serious but not particularly stimulating musical feature that unconvincingly attempts to graft warm and cuddly family-film motifs onto turbulent aspects of modern history and mythology.
2/9/2006 by Geoff Andrew
Bluth has rediscovered the ingredients of quality mainstream animation...
San Francisco Chronicle
6/18/2002 by Peter Stack
A gorgeous piece of work.
Los Angeles Times
2/14/2001 by Kenneth Turan
Any film that echoes the landscape of Doctor Zhivago is hard to dislike for too long.
New York Times
1/1/2000 by Stephen Holden
Judging from their voices, about as close to Europe as most of these characters have ever gotten is probably Fresno.
1/1/2000 by James Berardinelli
The whole process of watching Anastasia is a thoroughly enjoyable one, and it proves that any studio willing to put forth the time, money, and effort can match Disney.
1/1/2000 by Roger Ebert
A promising launch for Fox's new animation studio, which has declared war on Disney.
11/12/2018 by Sebastian Zavala Kahn
I may feel a little nostalgia for the film, but even if you take that out of the equation, "Anastasia" works quite beautifully as a fun and emotional adventure.
8/24/2018 by Hannah Ryan
It is a film that leaves us with an optimistic, albeit somewhat corny, message; love is the most important thing there is, be it familial, romantic or platonic...
Antagony & Ecstasy
1/22/2011 by Tim Brayton
It's Bluth and company's skill as artists, as well as some of the better celebrity voice casting in an animated movie of the 1990s, that give Anastasia its merit.
Common Sense Media
12/21/2010 by Nell Minow
Beautiful, not factual depiction of missing Russian duchess.
10/18/2008 by Lisa Osborne
This enchanting fairy-tale, the first release from Fox Animation Studios, is pure family entertainment.
9/1/2008 by Ken Fox
There is much for tots to enjoy: decent songs, an amusing script and some surprisingly imaginative animation.
It does veer horribly towards the sentimental at times, but still provides proof positive that other people can do cartoons too.
3/13/2006 by David Cornelius
I have nothing but superlatives for this, a most phenomenal film.
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