‘Rogue One’ is exactly the movie you’d expect to get if you let a soulless corporation make a Star Wars film by committee.
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With so many people strapped for time nowadays, making time for movies gets harder. Here are some great short films you can watch in about an hour or less.
A (mostly) spoiler-free look at Disney’s take on the most popular franchise of all time.
‘Cinderella’ too often mistakes kindness for effort in servicing its story, but Kenneth Branagh’s visual treatment is ravishing and inclusive in its spirit.
Angelina Jolie’s vamping it up with a vengeance (and horns) in the trailer for Disney’s latest gothic fairy tale revisionism ‘Maleficent’.
Will this be the animated film to redeem the tepid animated slate in 2013?
Tom Hanks twinkles his eyes like Walt Disney in the new trailer for Disney’s ‘Saving Mr. Banks’, about the production of classic fantasy ‘Mary Poppins’.
Another movie musical cast is shaping up. Share your thoughts on the players involved.
Reviews of the short films Paperman, Fresh Guacamole, Head Over Heels, Adam and Dog, and Maggie Simpson: The Longest Daycare.
Disney’s newest animated musical to include Jonathan Groff, Idina Menzel, and Josh Gad.
‘Wreck-It Ralph’ is derivative and inconsistent, but has enough heart to make up for most of its inadequacies.
Share your thoughts on one of the most newsworthy announcements of the past several weeks.
Alex and Phil talk about a current Disney movie and a future Disney franchise in this week’s episode.
Face it. ‘Star Wars’ is coming back, and it’s here to stay. Let’s stop whining, be optimistic, and talk about what we would like to see.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include a romantic Criterion release, a monstrous boxed-set, and the most quotable movie OF ALL TIME.
Another look at ‘Wreck-It Ralph,’ the new film from Disney Animation Studios.
The world in this new trailer looks more like a recent Tim Burton movie than the classic Oz we know so well.
‘Brave’ feels more like a Disney movie than Pixar and the blending of the two distinct styles feels schizophrenic.
Brief reviews of ‘Beauty and the Beast 3D,’ ‘The Devil Inside,’ and ‘Haywire’.
More musicals are coming to the big screen with big names attached to both.