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Brian has learned the truth about Allison’s feelings and secludes himself with some Disney princesses.
Once they made movies from comics. Now comics seem like little more than another merchandising platform. Here are some thoughts on how to change that perception.
A picture’s worth a thousand words — they don’t necessarily say anything though.
Looking at comics, comedians, classics, and chaos.
Chill out this holiday season with Disney’s latest princess.
Captain Jack will get you high tonight.
“Don’t they understand what they had, and what message you’re sending by changing it?”
Ahhh, the 25th anniversary edition. There’s no quicker way to crush us under the wheels of time. The quarter century mark is usually the first really legitimate proof that a film or album is going to stand the test of time for someone – and this week, someone’s certainly going to be happy over the release of a 25th anniversary edition of the modern classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit, making its debut on Blu-Ray. Based on a wacky pulp novel by Gary […]
A boy who never grew up and a dog who won’t stay dead.
I will never doubt my daughter again, when it comes to movie plots.
One of the all time best family films finally debuts on Blu-ray,
One “Star Wars” megafan is deeply conflicted about the Disney/Lucasfilm merger.
Just in time for its arrival on DVD and Blu-ray, Mick Martin takes a look at “The Avengers.”
Mr. Malchus reviews three Studio Ghibli films are released on Blu-ray!
Miss L, heir apparent to the Rebecca Black throne.
Disney has pronounced their million dollar sci-fi epic D.O.A.
Where does the time go? SERIOUSLY, WHERE DID THE PAST WEEK GO? Let’s find out together as we collectively experience a Box Office Flashback to January 9, 1992.
50 years after his passing, Walt Disney’s legacy is remembered through the happy songs his company has given to the world.
On the eve of Thanksgiving, Dw. Dunphy serenades the Disney turkey that is The Black Hole.
Popdose calls Cars 2 a good direct-to-video movie that got stuck in the theaters.
Better produced than most of Disney’s made for TV movies, and slightly edgier, Prom is a harmless film that most parents will have fun watching with their kids.
Is Disney’s take on Rapunzel a bad hair day for the studio? Bob Cashill takes his scissors to it.
Presto chango! Another effects-driven vehicle for Nicolas Cage isn’t Mickey Mouse at all, with a magical supporting role for New York.
Bob Cashill rummages through the DVD toybox and out pops “Toy Story 3,” the super-successful return of Buzz and Woody and the gang.
Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to DVD we go with the animated “Black Cauldron” from yesteryear and today’s CGI-filled “Prince of Persia.”