1980: The Magic Cube Becomes Rubik’s Cube In the mid 1970s, Ernő Rubik, who worked at the Academy of Applied Arts and Crafts in Budapest, created a cube puzzle that … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for January 29
1961: ‘One Hundred and One Dalmatians’ is Released Based on the book with the same name, Walt Disney Pictures released One Hundred and One Dalmatians for the first time on … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for January 25
1993 Disney Purchases Pixar In 1993, Disney agreed to a three movie agreement with Pixar which introduced us to Toy Story, A Bug’s Life and Toy Story 2. The three … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for January 24
1929: Popeye the Sailor Man Makes His First Appearance King Features’ comic strip, Thimble Theatre by E. C. Segar had been in existence for ten years before Popeye the Sailor … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for January 17
“The Star,” the animated Christmas tale of the nativity, returns to theaters for two days in December.
If the original Frozen is considered an A+ movie, the sequel is a solid B. While good and entertaining, it just doesn’t measure up to the first, but then again, that would be hard to do. There’s nothing groan-inducing and I will say, that the first half of the movie recaptures much of magic and heart from the first film.
Over the years, the pup has taken on different formats and animation styles. Today, Warner Bros. (who “adopted” the Hanna-Barbera cartoon universe in 2001) has release a new movie trailer for yet another incarnation. Unlike 2017’s series, “Be Cool Scooby-Doo!” which featured an animation style that ruined the childhoods of many, “Scoob!” will give a sigh of relief.
MGM found a way to make an old property contemporary without losing the charm of the original as well as making it a fun romp for all ages with kids and adults laughing at different things.
After creating what many critics have called one of the best film trilogies ever made, why would Disney/Pixar go about creating yet another chapter to the Toy Story franchise? While … Continue Reading ‘Toy Story 4’ is the Next Chapter You Didn’t Know You Wanted
Chris Pratt seems like a natural choice for a Disney flick. He’s already won the hearts of many playing Star Lord in the Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers movies. … Continue Reading Chris Pratt Gets Blue for His Next Movie and No, It’s Not for ‘Avatar 2’.
Honestly, I didn’t know how Illumination was going to pull this one off. For years we enjoyed Chuck Jones’ 1966 How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Then in 2000, Universal came … Continue Reading ‘The Grinch’ Will Leave You Grinning From Ear to Ear
The pair is back for Ralph Breaks the Internet and we pick up shortly where we left them.