I didn't know there was a difference between the two.
Honestly, I can't even remember anything about Fantasia except for The Sorcerer's Apprentice part.
If you enjoy classical music, you should definitely watch both of these! I especially enjoy Fantasia, it's a classic, and is worth seeing at least once!
I grew up watching Fantasia and now im only 29.
At a young age...it inspired and when 2000 came out...i was super excited and saw it IMAX!
im so happy and proud that my mom exposed me and taught me how to appreciate Art and Music...and letting the imagination go!
now is it true? is that real that they are going to release a diamond edition blu ray Fantasia 2000?!??!! cause, im allllll about it!
and P.S. how cool would it be if they did a vinyl series of fantasia!?!!
Oh, and thanks for the comments people! ^_^
I have seen both. I love the animated aspect, but I am not into classical music. I own both versions, but never watch them. My daughter isnt interested in them at all.
Good thing about BR combo packs is you have your standard version DVD for now and you'll already have BR's for when you actually do go BR. (I have my ps3 so I'm good at the moment though)
I actually enjoyed Fantasia 2000 more than the original. It just seemed more bright and upbeat. Rhapsody in Blue is probably my favorite in 2000 and Donald as Noah in Pomp and Circumstance. Fantasia 2000 even has the Sorcerer's Apprentice. Oh and how can I forget the yo-yoing flamingo. Just watch it, you may just like it. :p
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