Disney plus' latest adventure film features a young girl and her pet squirrel with superpowers!
'Flora & Ulysses' dropped on Disney+ yesterday (February 19, 2021), and we are all hyped for the newest film addition to the streaming platform.
Just in case you have not seen the adventure movie yet, we have prepared this short preview for you.
Let's hop right into it and find out everything there is to know about 'Flora & Ulysses'
'Flora & Ulysses' is based on the popular 2013 children’s novel of the same name written by Kate DiCamillo. It follows the eponymous character named Flora and her super pet squirrel named Ulysses. Ulysses possesses superpowers, and he is wanted by Miller, who wants to capture him. It is now up to the young Flora to protect her new friend.
Flora & Ulysses was adapted into a movie by screenplay writer Brad Copeland. The film was helmed by 'The Tiger Hunter' director Lena Khan and produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Netter Productions. It is a beautiful film perfect to watch together with the whole family.
Matilda Lawler stars as Flora Buckman, while John Kassir voiced Ulysses. Kassir has previously voiced the Crypt Keeper in HBO's Tales from the Crypt franchise.
Joining them is Alyson Hannigan as Phyllis Buckman, Ben Schwartz as George Buckman, Anna Deavere Smith as Dr. Meescham, Danny Pudi as Miller, Benjamin Evan Ainsworth as William Spiver, Janeane Garofalo as Marissa, Kate Micucci as Rita, and Bobby Moynihan as Stanlee, among others
Yes, there is! Check how the magical tale of friendship between 'Flora & Ulysses' began, and watch some cool action scenes starring our super-powerful squirrel.
Well, it's quite hard to think people hating the film. We mean, squirrels are so cute how could anybody despise Ulysses? Plus, he has superpowers!
Kidding aside, the film has already created a buzz online following its release. Those who already watched it called for others to do the same.
One fan tweeted:
"#FloraAndUlysses is an amazing movie, I loved every minute of it. Please watch it on Disney+, trust me, you’ll love it too!!!"
The film also received generally favorable reviews on Rotten Tomatoes with an 80% audience score.