Tag: Disney

Jungle Cruise Review: An Adventurous Trip!

You can never go wrong with a good adventure. Whether discovery hidden treasure or traveling through the galaxy, the silver screen has been no stranger to epic journeys that have made up the adventure genre. In the case of Walt Disney Pictures, the studio had an array of adventure films that have enthralled all kind […]

Cruella Review: Disney’s Latest Adaptation is a Devilish Delight!

The world of Disney has featured an array of standout characters with the likes of princesses becoming staples for the brand. Yet despite being the happiest place on Earth, Disney has also housed some of the most notorious villains to grace the silver screen. From Maleficent to Scar, Disney villains tend to be a highlight […]

Luca Review: A Fun and Heartfelt Splash!

When it comes to Pixar, the animated studio has made many colorful worlds; from ones filled with lively toys to others with superheroes. While the studio has made an array of magical worlds, they also taken much inspiration from various cultures of the real world, from the locations seen in of Finding Nemo to the […]

Raya and the Last Dragon: Disney Film is a Delightful Journey!

In the realm of Disney, the studio have created a variety of magical worlds. From enchanted kingdoms to whole new worlds, the house of mouse have enticed moviegoers with a number of magical realms and it is a concept that the studio utilizes even to this day. This is certainly the case with the studio’s […]

Onward Review: Pixar’s Urban Fantasy is a Full-Hearty Adventure!

When it comes to fantasy the realms of magic have been defined with the likes of elves, trolls and dragons; and these beings have continuously played a role in stories for many years be it in novels or movies. So what happens when you take these mythical creatures and you modernize them? That is the question that surrounds the latest film from Pixar: Onward. Directed by Dan Scanlon, Onward takes a fantasy world and puts a modern spin on it by having the likes of elves and gnomes in an urban society. While this idea is not original, this new animated film still managed to peak my curiosity with its promising adventure. I ventured to the theater to see this magical quest for myself, and while it may not enchant Onward is indeed one of Pixar’s more enlightening films in recent years.

Frozen 2 Review: Animated Sequel Weaves A Delightful Adventure!

Disney has had many animated hits over the years like the enchanted spectacle of Beauty and the Beast, or the adventurous appeal of The Lion King. However, in recent years, one title has dominated the scene and become a household name in the House of Mouse, and that film is none other than Frozen. Based on the fairytale of the Snow Queen, Frozen took the world by storm with its adventurous tale, memorable characters and catchy songs. Needless to say Frozen became a success and naturally, when this kind of thing happens to a movie, a sequel is put in the works; though when it pertains to Disney, their animated sequel tend not to get follow ups (at least not on the big screen). However that is not the case for Frozen as now in theater is the highly anticipated Frozen 2. Directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, Frozen 2 continues to tale of two sisters who embark on another adventure. To say this movie had a blistering battle ahead of itself may be the understatement of the year as Frozen 2 not only had to live up to this year’s array of blockbusters, but its predecessor as well. The end result was the latter as while Frozen 2 may not have been as impactful as the 2013 film, it was certainly an enjoyable experience.

Lady and the Tramp Review: A Surprisingly Enchanting Adaptation.

When it comes to Disney’s live action adaptations this year has certainly been crazy. The trend of Disney recreating their animated classics has been going on for several years now, but this year has certainly been the epitome of the trend. From Dumbo to The Lion King, this year has featured an array of titles from Disney’s vault and it is hard to imagine that studio what could come up with next. Well as it turns out there was one more film to take center stage and that would be none other than Lady and the Tramp. The 1955 film receives a new take with Charlie Bean in the director’s chair, but this adaptation comes not to the big screen but one of a more variable scale as the new movie is featured on Disney’s streaming service: Disney+. With Disney bringing new movies to this services, and the fact that I have watched the four previous adaptations from the year, I had to see this new take for myself. Truth be told Lady and the Tramp has never been a cherished classic to me so I was not expecting much from this new adaptation. However, while the film does not break new ground, I must admit Lady and the Tramp was quite enjoyable.

Toy Story 4 Review: A Fun Adventure and A Fitting Finale!

There have been many features to define the animation genre, but few have the prestige as the Toy Story series. The film that kicked off Pixar’s cinematic career has become one of the most successful franchises in movie history. Yet all good things must come to an end and that was the case with the […]

Aladdin Review: A Semi-Magical Experience

Disney’s live action adaptations are in full motion. The concept of bringing Walt Disney’s classics into the second dimension has been going on for a few years now with the studio already adapting some of their most cherished movies. With this year featuring five of these adaptations, with the first being Dumbo, the latest remake takes moviegoers to a whole new world with none other than Aladdin. Aladdin is one of the most notable films to come from the Disney Renaissance and now this eastern tale turned animated classic seeks to be told in a new new format with director Guy Ritchie bringing the story to life. Aladdin has always been a significant film to me and while I was not anticipating this new interpretation I must admit the film still peaked my interest. Venturing to see this Arabian Night for myself I discovered that while it may not have been filled with wonder there was still a little magic to Aladdin.

Dumbo Review: A Tame,but Joyous, Flight

When Disney is not releasing a new animated feature or the next installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the studio is recreating classic their films. For sometime now Disney has taken some of their most cherished animated films and brought into the realm of live action with films such as Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast becoming anticipated blockbusters yet again. 2019 sees the biggest haul of live action adaptations  as five films are set to be released this year, and it all begins with none other than Dumbo. One of Disney’s first animated feature gets a new spin to it with Tim Burton, who also directed Alice in Wonderland, takes the helm on this adaptation. Judging from the trailer it look as though this new film would go into a different direction from its 1941 counterpart but that hardly swayed me from not giving this film a chance. After seeing this movie for myself I can say this new take is not the most magical from either Disney or Tim Burton, but that was not to say that Dumbo was not a joyous flight.

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