Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

  • Director: Kelly Asbury
  • Writer: John Fusco,Michael Lucker
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: May 24, 2002
  • Sound mix: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS, Dolby
  • Aspect ratio: 2.39 : 1
  • Also known as: Spirit
  • "Spirit-Stallion of the Cimarron" is an adventure animated film directed by Kelly A. Asbury and Rona Cook, written by John Fosker, and mainly voiced by Matt Damon and James Cromwell . It was launched in the United States on May 24, 2002. Released.
    The film tells the story of the Mustang Spire, who was captured by humans and trained to become a war horse, but was always unwilling to surrender to fate, and finally found freedom after hard struggle   .


    • Release date May 24, 2002
    • Production companies DreamWorks Animation, Dreamworks Pictures

    Box office


    $80,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada


    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


    Movie reviews

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    • By Romaine 2022-03-25 09:01:10

      Yearning for freedom, stick to your heart.

      A little moved. Freedom, wildness, running freely on grasslands and ethnic groups, flowing freely in rivers and mountains, just running fast for a long time, animals have unique ways of feeling. Focus on the present, Arctic glaciers are melting, endangered animals are gradually going extinct, urban air quality, ozone layer, ultraviolet rays, bow people, staying up late, suicide, depression, society, fast food culture, money, self-lost, high population density, myopia, low self-esteem......

    • By Lavonne 2022-03-25 09:01:10

      Analysis of the Spirit Pony Fairy in many aspects

      Spirit : Stallion of the Cimarron Review_DoubleS Jin Lin 2002's "Pony Spirit" was produced and distributed by Dreamworks and universal studio, bringing together producer Jeffrey Katzenberg, director Kelly Ashberry, screenwriter An animated western adventure film created by John Fusco. In terms of plot, the whole film can be summed up in one sentence - describing the history of the American West through the eyes of a horse. One of the eye-catching elements is the selection of horses as the...

    • By Marcel 2022-03-25 09:01:10


      I have watched it no less than ten times. It is my favorite animation. It is a top-level 2D animation. The music is excellent, beautiful and touching, and the development of the plot is very appropriate. It makes people unable to focus on the fate of the protagonist. . . The narrative is melodious and smooth, with climaxes that are heart-wrenching. . . Each picture of the video can be saved as a desktop. . . Pony King's character is also very charming, like a stubborn and persistent man, who...

    • By Deron 2022-03-25 09:01:10

      liberty is sacrosanct

      This is the first time I write a film review, and My Little Pony is really a rare masterpiece in animation. I have been touched countless times by Spirit's bravery and perseverance in guarding freedom, and I am also touched by his repeated encounters all the time. Spirit's pursuit of freedom did not depend only on his fighting spirit and determination, but also on his carefulness and wit. When he was taken as a coolie pulling a train, he did not forget to pursue freedom, nor did he forget to...

    • By Norval 2022-03-24 09:02:18

      Horses are the soul of grassland freedom

      When human beings are completely immersed in their own massive reclamation and industrial evolution, we have never experienced what other creatures think. Although it is only a cartoon, in more than 80 minutes, there have been moments of warmth, fierce resistance and free running.

      For all creatures, all construction is destruction, and for horses, all rearing is slavery. Because there is no animal like them, they can run wild under the pursuit of the wind and let their manes fly. In...

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    • By Clemmie 2022-04-24 07:01:14

      It's new world, it's new start! The perfect...

    • By Brook 2022-04-24 07:01:14

      I'm still not used to the animals in Disney movies that don't speak!...

    • By Clarissa 2022-04-24 07:01:14

      I'm very lazy, but after watching this movie, I feel like I want to run freely. Want to shout "don't block my freedom!" ps: Indians. I always think they are very mysterious, down-to-earth, brave, honest, soft...like to use feathers to make accessories (it has a very cute feeling). Life is peaceful and quiet. Hehe~ It turns out that happiness really has nothing to do with...

    • By Geraldine 2022-04-24 07:01:14

      The OST is amazing, the pony is so...

    • By Eryn 2022-04-24 07:01:14

      One of my favorite animations as a...

    Movie plot

    In the vast western region of the United States, the Mustang Spire and his race lead a peaceful life. However, when Spiret met humans for the first time, he was captured and trained as a war horse. Fortunately, the kind Indian boy Little Creek rescued Spiret from the training camp and brought him back to his tribe. In the tribe of Creek, Spire encountered a light rain with a dappled Trojan horse. This time, Spiret felt difficult to...
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    Evaluation action

    "Spirit-Stallion of the Cimarron" is a beautiful and majestic natural scenery from the beginning, introduced by a bald eagle flying over thousands of mountains and rivers, showing various natural creatures and landscapes. Although it is a cartoon, there is no animal in it that can speak, even if it is a character dialogue, there are very few, but there is no need to worry about not understanding, because they can read everything from...
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    Movie quotes

    • Spirit: My heart galloped through the skies that night, back to my herd, where I belonged. I wondered if they missed me as much as I missed them.

    • Spirit: I couldn't believe it. One minute I was free and the next: More ropes.

    • Little Creek: I'm never going to ride you, am I? And no one ever should.