Walt Disney Pictures with producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Jon Turteltaub, the team behind the success of the films National Treasure, the film presents an epic adventure comedy called The Sorcerer's Apprentice. The film will bring us into war classic conflict between evil and goodness.
Before entering the world of imagination, Jon Turteltaub, Jerry Bruckheimer and Nicolas Cage, The Sorcerer's Apprentice had earlier Walt Disney's charming father and a French composer Paul Dukas. Starting from a poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe called Der Zauberlehrling (The Sorcerer's Apprentice) in the year 1797. 14 stanza poem that tells about the student wizard who, with knowledge that a little magic, conjured an old broom and gave her hand to carry buckets of water.
The student told the old broom to fill the water in the tub but could not stop it. He then took the ax to stop the broom, but instead create two new broom continues to fetch water with buckets and create floods. The wizard then found out and ordered the broom is to get back into place.
Paul Dukas make a ten-minute symphonic poem of a hundred years after the poem appeared, and a huge success. Four decades after Walt Disney made his own version, titled Fantasia, with Mickey Mouse serves as his disciple. He also invited the famous conductor Leopold Stokowski to create an animation with it.
Fantasia brings new wind in the world of animation, giving a touch of animation to classical music and was recorded as the first animated film with stereophonic sound, bringing a new formation that has never before felt the audience. The film was even considered a magnum opus from Walt Disney himself.
Sixty-nine years later, Walt Disney Pictures with Jerry Bruckheimer Films made The Sorcerer's Apprentice from Fantasia inspired and refreshed with a bandage made more action and adventure.