Spirit (2001)
Front Cover Actor
Elisabeth Moss Kelly
Greg Evigan Jesse
Austin O'Brien Cole
Ralph Waite Jacob
James Asmus Boyfriend
Autum Bailey Girlfriend #1
Lara Grice Virginia (the ghost)
Douglas M. Griffin Police Officer
D'Ayanna Hicks Nurse
Karen Kaia Livers Spiritualist
Matt Damon
Movie Details
Genre Drama
Director Michael Slovis; Lorna Cook; Kelly Asbury
Writer Garry Williams; Shawn Nelson
Studio Dreamworks
Language English
Audience Rating G (General Audience)
Running Time 105 mins
Country USA
Color Color
When Kelly and her father move to New Orleans after the death of her mother, strange things start happening in their new home...

Horse lovers young and old will celebrate this utterly enjoyable and marvelous-looking animated film. The titular stallion runs free in the Cimarron (New Mexico) wilderness until a series of men try to master the proud horse, leading to adventures through a U.S. Cavalry fort, Native American settlements, and a railroad camp. Despite a heavy dose of political correctness and realism (the animals don't talk; we only hear Spirit's internal monologue, voiced by Matt Damon), directors Kelly Asbury and Lorna Cook give their hero many only-in-a-movie moments, including an action sequence rivaling any of Rambo's escapes. The stirring mix of 2-D and 3-D animation is absolutely stunning and aptly fueled by composer Hans Zimmer's synthesized score. The film earns one demerit for '80s rocker Bryan Adams's abundant songs--a different singer could have brought more to the film. Rated G but there is some rough treatment of horses shown, so nix the sensitive preschoolers. --Doug Thomas
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Index 86
In Collection Yes
Links IMDB
Product Details
Format DVD
Region Any Region
Screen Ratio 1.33 (4:3)
Layers Single side, Single layer
UPC 678149015423
Chapters 21
Release Date 2003
Subtitles English
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
Dolby Digital Surround 2.0 - English
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
Color Closed-captioned