Ralph Breaks the Internet takes advantage of the corporate Disney synergy in this awesome, fun, and magnificent sequel to Wreck-It Ralph. It’s been since years since Ralph (John C. Reilly) had a complete meltdown and left his game. Since this time, Vanellope Von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman) have grown to become best friends. Because she’s been looking for new challenges, Ralph decides to change things in her game. This is good and all but when those…"Ralph Breaks the Internet is Awesome"
Disney’s Robin Hood holds up quite well as the animated classic celebrates 45 years since hitting the big screen in 1973. It’s not a perfect film by any means as the film has its faults. In the time since it’s release, we’ve seen a number of incarnations of the hooded Sherwood Forest outlaw. This includes another film here in the next few weeks. Disney modeled their version of Robin Hood after Reynard the fox as they…"Disney’s Robin Hood at 45"
While Incredibles 2 is currently available through digital means, the physical copies will be available for fans to purchase on November 6, 2018. The bonus features may vary by retailer. There are a few shorts that are exclusively solely to the digital copy. If you purchase the physical media, you can still watch by registering the code on Movies Anywhere. BONUS FEATURES (may vary by retailer) Digital Exclusives: The Coolest Guy in Show Business –…"Incredibles 2 comes home"
Even Stevens and Kim Possible star Christy Carlson Romano took some time on Thursday night during Wizard World Chicago to talk with Solzy at the Movies. Last year, the Disney alumnus starred in Bear with Us directed by William J. Stribling and co-starring Collin Smith among others. I’m acquainted with William Stribling. Christy Carlson Romano: I love Will! That’s awesome. How did you meet Will? I reviewed Bear with Us last year. Christy Carlson Romano: …"Wizard World 2018: Christy Carlson Romano talks Disney, Bear with Us"
While Aladdin holds up as a beautifully animated motion picture with awesome songs, there’s a major flaw in casting non-Persians. Fresh off of The Little Mermaid, directors Ron Clements and John Musker went to work on Aladdin. Walt Disney Animation Studios had offered the pair a choice between Swan Lake, Aladdin, and some film about lions in the jungle but they were like, “Who would want to see that?” The latter of which went on…"Aladdin kicks off Tuesdays with Robin"
Taking place almost immediately after the first film, The Incredibles 2 may just be the best Pixar sequel ever. When The Incredibles first came out in November 2004, the superhero genre was not as saturated as it is now. To bring the family of superheroes back some fourteen years later meant that writer-director Brad Bird had to deliver, what with the current market being what it is. This is a good problem to have. It…"The Incredibles 2 May Be The Best Pixar Sequel"
While the animated classic, Peter Pan, may still hold up some 65 years later, it’s not without its flaws. There have been many editions of Sir J.M. Barrie’s classic play over the years. This particular version is the one that’s quite popular, probably because of the film having been made by Disney The introduction to the Darling family has quite a bit of slapstick moments including George Darling (Hans Conried, in a double role). George…"Peter Pan (1953): Second Star To The Right…"
Howard is a long-overdue documentary that tells the story of the late songwriter/composer Howard Ashman, who passed away as a result of AIDS in March 1991. To those who grew up in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Ashman’s music played a large role in our cinematic upbringing. Ashman and Alan Menken teamed up for The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and Beauty and the Beast. Make no mistake about it, these films simply would not be…"Tribeca 2018: Howard – A Nostalgic Documentary"
Pixar’s Oscar-nominated hit, Coco, comes home on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD today with a number of memorable songs. The animated film was a hit with critics and audiences alike. Unlike the rest of his family, Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) has long had an interest in music and wants to follow in the footsteps of his hero, Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). One thing leads to another and Miguel soon finds himself in the visually…"Coco hits 4K Ultra HD/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD"
The 1955 animated classic, Lady and the Tramp, has become only the sixth film to join the Walt Disney Signature Collection. There were only a handful of animated classics to be released by Walt Disney in the 1950s but Lady and the Tramp is, without a doubt, the best love story released by Disney in the 1950s. First released in June 1955, the film would later be released in 1962, 1972, 1980, and 1986. Based on Happy…"Lady and the Tramp: Walt Disney Signature Collection"