Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 15 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Yes. He didn't want the "hero's welcome" waiting for him. Besides, there was an opening in Atlantis for an expert in jibberish.
Underneath a pond in his chamber. He hid the power source away because he didn't want any more harm to come to Atlantis.
He turned to ice and got shattered by a fan blade. Milo cut Rourke with glass from the box Kida was in, and he turned to ice. Then he fell through the blade that powered the hot-air balloon.
No. Since the Atlantean culture was dying, such knowledge had been lost to them. Only Milo could read Atlantean because he had been studying it for years.
The Mole. His full name is Gaetan Moliere.
James Newton Howard. Alan Menken wrote scores for many Disney movies, but not this one. Alan Silvestri wrote the score for "Lilo and Stitch", and one of James Horner's most remembered score is the one from "Titanic".
Kida. Her full name is Kidagakash.
The Leviathan. The Leviathan was a big lobster-shaped machine that attacked the submarine and killed many people.
Thatch. Ramirez is Audrey's last name, Sinclair is Helga's last name, and Mr. Whitmore is the man who funded the expedition.
Kashekim Nedakh. He is the father of Kida. He hid the crystal because he didn't want his daughter to have the same fate as his wife. At the end of the movie, his mask is added to the others surrounding the crystal!
Kida. Kida wants to befriend Milo all along, but her father feels differently.
crystals. Each "Atlantian" has a crystal. They possess healing powers, and they give Atlantis its life.
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The Shepherd's Journal. Milo Thatch used this ancient book as his guide to unraveling the mysteries of Atlantis. He was given it with a missing page.
Milo Thatch. Milo Thatch is the grandson of a mocked explorer for his beliefs of Atlantis. It is said that he died a "broken man" because everyone teased him.