Dreamworks SKG's second feature-length animated film blends comedy and drama in an unusual historical adventure. Two genial swindlers working as stable hands stow away with Cortez, the legendary Spanish conquistador, as he searches for El Dorado, the lost City of Gold. Luck smiles on the two con men, and they happen to find a settlement in Mexico that they believe is El Dorado; however, while the two exotic strangers are at first embraced by the Mayan people, they've also arrived just in time to be offered up as the next human sacrifice. The Road to El Dorado was directed by Don Paul, who helmed the first DreamWorks animated feature, The Prince of Egypt; Will Finn, a featured animator on Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin; Bibo Bergeron, who worked on Ferngully: The Last Rainforest; and David Silverman. It features new songs by Elton John and Tim Rice, and the voice cast includes Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, Rosie Perez, Edward James Olmos, and Armand Assante.~Mark Deming
Was happy to finally be able to purchase this movie...and at a super great price! It's not one of the most popular DreamWorks movies, but I still think it's great, really fun, and actually happens to be one of my favorites. Would recommend!
This review is from The Road to El Dorado [Special Edition] [DVD] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Fantastic animated film!
Owned for 2 months when reviewed.
This is one of the most fantastic animated films that has even been released. It has a lot of humor, a lot of action, fantastic character interaction and growth, etc.
Though if you are a parent, you may wish to check out the film yourself before show this to younger children. There is smoking in the film, and it was hinted at that alcohol is consumed but not blatant. The sexual jokes are very tame and will go over kids heads easily. They are also very few and far between.
one of my favorite childhood movies and still holds up to this time!
about two friends leaving the thug life behind and going out to search for the lost city of el dorado. Funny/serious/and touching, teaches about friendship