This kandy-kolored adaptation of the Roald Dahl kiddie classic is mostly inspired and appropriately creepy. Young James (Paul Terry) is rescued from a miserable life spent toiling for his two sadistic aunts (Joanna Lumley and Miriam Margolyes) when an enormous peach grows in
his front yard. Looking for escape, James burrows deep inside the gooey fruit and encounters a fanciful assortment of insect pals (voiced by Susan Sarandon and Richard Dreyfuss, among others); together, they take a hallucinatory trip across the Atlantic Ocean. As you'd expect from Disney, the
film's a technical tour de force, with flawless stop-motion animation and some imaginatively realized l...