Aladdin is an excellent Disney movie for kids according to religious and moral beliefs. This movie comes about in the desert long ago. There, an orphan teen named Aladdin survives by stealing. The sultan's daughter, Jasmine decides to hightail it from her well planned out life and happens upon Aladdin where they get friends. The guards catch them for stealing and the princess is told that her new friend was killed for his crimes. Instead the Royal adviser, Jafar takes Aladdin with a pursuit to get the legendary Genie's lamp. Needless to say, when Jafar gets what he wants, he leaves Aladdin behind. Luckily, Aladdin used his pocket picking skills before Jafar left him behind and uses the magic lamp to escape. Now she must discover the new love of his life, but he thinks that her future with him will likely be brief since he isn't a prince. So he makes use of a wish to become a loaded prince.
Now disguised, Aladdin carries a problem winning the princesses heart, since her heart belongs to the boy which she met out there several days earlier. Jafar also will not recognize him, but offers to marry the princess himself and does anything he is able to to produce this come true. This even includes finding that the prince before him is the identical boy he left to die in the caves. Then he steals the lamp and makes his wishes. Also, he tries to kill Aladdin more often than not since princess definitely seems to be warm up on the fake prince. Jasmine then discovers who he really is throughout the fury of Jafar.
Understand that since this movie will take place in the desert, they actually do worship Allah there, so take this into account when deciding on who to watch this film. Also, when Aladdin is angry if you are put aside, he is doing call Jafar a son of an jackal, and this is something to bear in mind. However, this film is incredibly colorful and funny since Robin Williams does the voice in the Genie. A great film.