On this day in pop culture history, Harper’s Bazaar was published for the first time, Apple Jacks cereal became a thing and Disney introduced us to “Brother Bear.”
Long before Disney acquired Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Pictures tried out their own superhero in 1981 called Condorman starring Michael Crawford. It failed at the box office but the film has gained a few fans over the years.
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.
Audiences’ patience with remakes appear to be waning as of late which isn’t really surprising given how difficult it is to find a movie with a new and original storyline. … Continue Reading ‘The Lion King’ Roars Again
Walt Disney Pictures released today new photos featuring the voice cast of the new version of The Lion King facing the characters that they portray in the film. The studio … Continue Reading ‘Lion King’ Cast Come Face-to-Face with Their Characters
One of the best things about Disney reimagining their great animated movies into live action films is seeing how each of the writers and directors put their unique spin on … Continue Reading Disney’s New ‘Aladdin’ Movie is Good, Not Great
When Disney first considered creating a live action remake of its own 1941 animated cartoon, Dumbo many people questioned the reasoning behind hiring Tim Burton to serve as the director. … Continue Reading ‘Dumbo’ is Another Great Live Action Creation of a Disney Classic
“Mary Poppins Returns” is not only a good sequel, but a good film period.