After the astounding success of such computer generated features as MONSTERS, INC. and the TOY STORY pictures, Disney takes a giant step back into making animated movies the old-fashioned way — by hand, in two dimensions, and one frame at a time. It's quite an achievement and makes a strong argument in favor of traditional animation — this is the first Disney feature since DUMBO (1941) to feature watercolor backgrounds, and they're beautiful. But beautiful illustrations and a funny premise can't save this well-meaning kid flick from its dully plotted story. Somewhere in the far reaches of the galaxy, Dr. Jumba (voice of David Odgen Stiers) is in big trouble. He's bee...