“Lilo and Stitch” appeals to both young girls and boys. The Hawaiian word for family, “ohana,” meaning no one gets left behind, becomes the tie that binds these diverse youngsters. There’s lots of slapstick action as Stitch strikes back at sinister space aliens, an explosion destroys Lilo’s house, and an erupting volcano sends burning lava through the village. A slang word for posterior is used once, and Stitch creates a luscious slice of cake by “eating” in reverse. And Elvis fans will love the soundtrack. “Lilo and Stitch” is a clever fantasy with some strong messages about the importance of love for everyone.