The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers returns for its second season as the team travels to an intense hockey institute during summer. I know exactly what you’re thinking. Is it still worth watching the show after the departure of Emilio Estevez? The answer is yes. This show has always been about the underdogs and if the first four episodes of season two are any indication, showrunners Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa are sticking to the franchise…"The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers – Season 2"
The quack attack is back after 25 years when The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers makes its long-awaited streaming debut on Disney+. These are not the same Mighty Ducks that we grew up with. After ten consecutive championships, they’re basically the Hawks. There’s no other way to say it. I grew up watching the Ducks as the underdog. The brand that they’re playing now is super competitive and you have to be better than just being…"The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers Hits Disney+"
The Sleepover is the type of family adventure-comedy that fits perfectly well on the Netflix platform and should be able to find an audience. It’s hard to truly describe the type of film that The Sleepover is without giving it away. It’s a fun film that honestly blends genres. There’s something for everyone, really, unless comedies aren’t your thing. I mean, who doesn’t love a solid family adventure-comedy?!? The gist of the film is that…"The Sleepover Fits Well On Netflix"
Not every animated series or film works in live-action but I feel that Kim Possible was able to pull it off in the newest Disney Channel Original Movie. A quick prologue–serving as a glorified cameo for Professor Dementor (Patton Oswalt)–sees Kim Possible (Sadie Stanley) in action alongside sidekick Ron Stoppable (Sean Giambrone). The duo are aided by tech genius Wade (Issac Ryan Brown). This takes place shortly before the duo enter the freshmen class at Middleton…"Kim Possible works in Live-Action"