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"Go the Distance" is a song from Disney's animated feature film, Hercules. It was written In the Spanish version, the song is performed by Hercules voice actor Ricky Martin, both in the movie and in the credits; .. Ricky Martin singles. Sort by Date. Sort by Date · Sort by Hércules - Brazilian Portuguese Soundtrack · Hércules - Latin American Spanish Soundtrack · Hercules - Hercules () SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more.
Hercules makes a choice, without considering the consequences, though in the end, he learns humility and realizes that strength is not always the answer. The studio liked us moving onto that project and so we did [Hercules]. On excerpts detailed in Novemberthe similarities between their outlines included the naive title character caught between two worlds, a Danny DeVito -type sidekick, a world-wise heroine, and a powerful villain in a battle of idealism versus cynicism.
So we thought of different ways he could be half-man and half-god. We moved more toward making Hades the villain instead of Hera.
The Underworld seemed like such a fascinating, dark images; the contrast with Olympus seemed to have all kinds of visual possibilities.
Comedy writers Don McEnery and Bob Shaw were recruited by creative executive Jane Healey to work on Hercules where their contribution was "important structural things like putting capital letters at the beginnings of sentences and adding periods and commas. After Red Buttons had auditioned, he left stating "I know what you're gonna do. You're gonna give this part to Danny Devito!
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He said that the female lead in Hercules was supposed to be this cynical smart-ass, sounding nothing at all like sweet, innocent Belle.
Nine months following the results of the test animation synced with Egan's audition, Egan won the role. When DeVito asked the directors who had in mind to play Hades, Musker and Clements responded by saying they hadn't selected an appropriate actor.
The movie is an American fantasy tale very loosely based on Ancient Greco-Roman mythologymore specifically the adventures of Heracles known in the movie by his Roman name, Herculesthe son of Zeus.
While not a flop, it is nonetheless looked upon by the Disney company as a financial disappointment. Despite its critical acclaim and James Woods' portrayal as Hades being praised, the film is widely considered to be the movie that killed the Disney Renaissance as well as one of the more hated Renaissance films as after Tarzan two years later, some Disney films began to be box office failures again during the early to mid s.
However, despite the backlash that the film has received, the film has gained a small yet heavily devoted following in recent years. Contents Plot Opening The film begins with the five muses "Goddesses of the arts and pro-claimers of heroes" telling the story of how Zeus came to power and prevented the monstrous Titans from ruling the world.
This leads to the day Hercules is born to Zeus and Heramuch to the pleasure of the other gods except Hadeswho receives word from the Fates that Hercules will one day rise to power and prevent him from taking control of the world.
He sends his minions, Pain and Panic a duo reminiscent of Ares's mythological sons, Deimos dread and Phobos fearto kidnap Hercules and feed him a potion that will strip him of his immortality; however, they are interrupted and, while Hercules becomes mortal, he retains his god-like strength for the potion to fully work, Hercules had to drink every last drop, but missed one when they were interrupted.
Hercules grows up to be a misfit, challenged by his incredible strength and unable to fit in with other people.
His adoptive parents finally tell him that he is adopted and they found a medal with his name on it when they found him abandoned on a road as a baby.
Hercules then decides to travel to the temple of Zeus. Zeus comes down to Hercules and tells Hercules that he is his father and someone stole him from his parents Hera and Zeus.
Zeus tells him that he must prove himself a true hero before he can join the other gods on Mount Olympus. Along with his flying horse PegasusHercules goes to Philoctetesan unhappy satyr who has failed to train a true hero yet; he decides to take on Hercules as his final attempt. After training with Phil, the three of them attempt to save the beautiful Megaraa damsel in distress, from a centaur named Nessus.
A smitten Hercules barely succeeds and Meg returns to the forest, where she is revealed to have sold her soul to Hades in order to save her lover's life; her lover abandoned her and now Meg must do favors for Hades in order to avoid an eternity in the underworld. When Hades learns that Hercules is alive, he is enraged and plots to murder him again.
Claim to fame When Hercules tries to prove himself a hero at ThebesHades sends the Hydra to kill him. Hercules tries to kill the Hydra by slicing off its heads, but more heads grow in their place. After a lengthy battle, he prevails by using his strength to cause a landslide, crushing the Hydra and killing it while he survives, but badly bruised and wounded. However, his victory earns him the respect and support of the people of Thebes after their earlier doubt and ridicule of him.
He soon becomes a national, multi-million dollar celebrity as a result. Realizing that his plans are jeopardized, Hades sends Meg out to discover Hercules' weakness, promising her freedom in return. Hercules is disappointed to learn from his father Zeus that he has yet to become a true hero, and then spends the time and day with Meg, who finds herself falling deeply romantically in love again.
When Hades intervenes, she turns against him, as she accepts her recently surfaced deep and strong romantic feelings and love for Hercules, much to Hades' dismay. Phil learns of Meg's involvement with Hades and, thinking she willingly desires to work for him, tries to warn Hercules, who ignores Phil and knocks him to the ground in an outrage.
Discouraged, Phil leaves for home. Unfortunately, through this, Hades realizes that Meg is Hercules' weakness. Hades arrives, interrupting Hercules' training, talks a lot, then snaps his fingers, making Meg appear. Before she can finish her sentence, Hades snaps his fingers and she disappears, tied up and gagged by smoke, then reappears with another snap of Hades' fingers.
He uses Meg to try to get Hercules to give up his God-like superhuman strength for twenty-four hours, though Hercules adds the condition that Meg doesn't get hurt in any way. Meg shakes her head frantically, trying to convince Hercules not to make the deal, but he does not listen.
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When Hades sets Meg free, Hades spitefully reveals that she was working for him all along. Deeply heartbroken and crushed, the now-weakened Hercules loses the will to fight the Cyclops that Hades unleashes upon him when he frees the Titans from Tartarus. Meg finds and unties Pegasus and battles her fear of heights to find Philpersuading him to come back and help Hercules regain his confidence. He finishes off the Cyclops, but just as a pillar is about to crush Hercules, Meg pushes him out of the way, saving him because "people always do crazy things when they're in love.
Hercules, along with Pegasus and Phil, saves Olympus from certain doom and Hades returns to the underworld. A star is born Meanwhile, Meg dies of her injuries, her thread of life having been cut by the Fates. Hercules arrives and demands Meg to be revived, but Hades shows him that she is currently trapped in the River Styx, a river of souls where all the dead go. Hades allows Hercules to trade his own spirit for Meg's, hoping to return Meg's body to the surface of the river before he is killed.
Hercules jumps in and as his lifeline is about to be cut by the Fates, his amazing courage and willingness to ultimately sacrifice his life for others prove him a true hero, restoring all of his godly powers and rendering him immortal, leaving the Fates shocked when they can't cut his thread of life as Hercules was immortal again.
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As he successfully returns Meg to the surface, Hades tries to talk his way out of the situation. Hercules punches him, knocking him into the River Styx. The other souls grab Hades and pull him down into the stream.