Nominees for Best Animated Feature include ‘Kung Fu Panda 2,’ ‘Rango,’ and ‘Arthur Christmas.’
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‘The Muppets’ is riotously funny, surprisingly touching, and possessing moment after moment of pure joy.
‘The Help’ is an easy to swallow racism study with richer character dramas scattered throughout.
Jean Cocteau has conjured up a completely magical film, beautiful both aesthetically and sincerely. The Criterion Collection loves this film, too.
The song “Star Spangled Man” implies a light, self-mocking tone.
‘Tangled’ is very much a Disney movie in both a good way and a bad.
Blockbuster is back, Day-Lewis is Lincoln, ‘Nutcracker’ is bad, Netflix causes guilt…
‘Secretariat’ can best be described as 100% Disney.
Five films on the latest Broadcast Film Critics Association list scored high enough to earn a 4-star ranking and four of those have been designated “Critics Choice” picks.
Disney withdraws from Annie’s, Godard is missing, ‘Apocalypse Now’ Blu-Ray trailer.
The Disneyfication of Broadway continues with a slew of new stage musical adaptations being speculated.
My confidence in the newest Disney movie The Princess and the Frog has increased ten-fold after the reveal of the first five minutes of the film, which can be viewed below. It is in every way classic Disney – it focuses on the dreams and fantasies of both children and adults, has an emphasis on […]
The Walt Disney Company has grown its enormous empire by purchasing Marvel Entertainment in a stunning news announcement today. Marvel owns the right to such superhero characters as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, the Incredible Hulk, and Iron Man. Marvel was already in the process of developing four films for release in 2011: Iron Man 2, […]
Just as I’m about to stop reading movie news for the night, one of the most bizarre film announcements I have heard in a while pops up: Here are the three steps of weirdness: 1) Another film version of The Diary of Anne Frank is in the works. Strange, considering how overdone Holocaust movies are, […]