Maleficent: Mistress of Evil may be the best live action remake of this year.

So last week they released another Disney Live Action remake and only just now did I finally get around to seeing it. Hey, it’s one of those sequel remakes, so it doesn’t really count and it’s current box office gross proves my point. I have not seen the original Maleficent, mainly because I didn’t feel … Continue reading Maleficent: Mistress of Evil may be the best live action remake of this year.

The Disneyathon – Part 12: Original Classics

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 11: The Disney Renaissance Disney Renaissance classic number 3 is another hit in my eyes. Welcome to the city of Agrabah, a city filled with colourful Arabic people with American accents. A vibrant city guarded by the apparently skilled, but mostly overweight guards. The most appealing part of … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 12: Original Classics

The Disneyathon – Part 11: The Disney Renaissance

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 10: The End of The Dark Age Here it is. We're at the start of The Disney Renaissance. After two weak decades Disney really needed a hit and this is the era that recaptured what people loved about the good old days. This is the half-way point in … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 11: The Disney Renaissance

The Disneyathon – Part 8: The Bronze Age

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 7: The End of an Era Now we have entered the Bronze Age of Disney animated. With their founding father no longer with them, all they have left are the table scraps of Walt's ideas. It's up to those who remain to make a good piece of entertainment … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 8: The Bronze Age

The Disneyathon – Part 7: The End of an Era

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 6: More Classics The seventh Disney movie of the silver age is Sword in the Stone and it’s certainly different. This is the first official Disney movie I had not seen before, which is mainly to do with my lack of interest. (Luckily I made this marathon series … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 7: The End of an Era

The Disneyathon – Part 6: More Classics

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 5: The Silver Age 1955 gives us Lady and the Tramp and guess what? I thought it STUNK! Think Romeo and Juliet and every other love story ever made, but with dogs. I never grew up with this movie, I think I rented it from the video store, … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 6: More Classics

The Disneyathon – Part 5: The Silver Age

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 4: The Package Movies We're now entering The Silver Age of Disney Animated. This is the era where they had enough money to go back to making actual movies and it's the beginning of their climb to the top. We're in the early 1950's now and the war … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 5: The Silver Age

The Disneyathon – Part 4: The Package Movies

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 3: The Wartime Age Back to the Package films now and this one is called Fun and Fancy Free a title, I imagine the people who made this movie kept telling themselves their audience would feel. This movie consists of two shorter movies but since they lacked the budget at the … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 4: The Package Movies

The Disneyathon – Part 3: The Wartime Age

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 2: The Golden Age Now we're entering the Wartime Age. During this era Walt Disney Animated was struggling a bit so they started releasing these 'packaged movies'. That's a movie comprised of multiple shorter movies. You're probably wondering why I'm covering these at all, you may be thinking they … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 3: The Wartime Age

The Disneyathon – Part 2: The Golden Age

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 1: Introduction The Golden Age of Walt Disney Animated continues on into the 1940's as World War II was just starting to become a massive deal which really effected these movies when they were first released. But long after their poor box office beginnings these movies are … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 2: The Golden Age