We all knew this had to come eventually and now it’s finally here. Frozen….2 baby. Yay! Frozen is up there with Minecraft and Fortnite as one of the easiest franchises to instantly dislike. I was a bit of a Frozen hater back when it first came out, but it’s mainly because I thought it was … Continue reading Frozen II expect the expected!
Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon Part 13: Some Unique Films We had a good thing going for a while, but all good things have to die out eventually. Disney’s Hercules is an interesting movie to say the least. It has all the ingredients you would want from a Disney Renaissance movie, but it doesn’t know … Continue reading The Disneyathon Part 14: The End of The Disney Renaissance
Hello, it's me, The Blog Complainer. I have been quite busy this week keeping up with five important tasks: Eating, sleeping and every other basic human need. Tying up social and work commitments for the year so I can chill out for the holidays. Me time. (Which is mainly gaming and writing my book.) Planning … Continue reading My First Impression of Disney+
Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 12: Original Classics Wow! These non-Walt Disney animated movies seem to be coming a lot more frequently in this Disneyathon. Also, spoiler alert, it’s not stopping any time soon! (Including one more in this very post!) A Goofy Movie is our first TV movie for this series as … Continue reading The Disneyathon Part 13: Some Unique Films
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.
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
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
Hello. Miss me? I'm sorry but I have been flat out this week! You see there have been these movies that have been sitting there this whole week taunting me to take a look at them. So that's why I felt the urge to make this quick post. We’re going to start off with a … Continue reading The BC’s August Roundup
Watt's Up! Just over a month I had a look at Robert Rodriguez's Spy Kids Trilogy. (Which you should check out if you haven't already.) Now we're moving on to the other 3 kids movies that Rodriguez has made, so let's get started. 2005 was a very special year for cinema with great releases like: Tim … Continue reading More Robert Rodriguez Kid Movies
Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon – Part 9: The Dark Age This post is dedicated to Russi Taylor. The original voice actress of Minnie Mouse sadly left us on the day this post was released. Up next is The Great Mouse Detective, which is great. No buts, it was just really entertaining. After the disaster … Continue reading The Disneyathon – Part 10: The End of The Dark Age