Review: Turning Red A bundle of charm and nostalgia, Disney Pixar’s latest entry Turning Red is worth your time but unlikely to become a classic for its scattershot approach. Pixar’s 25th feature film certainly stands out next to the studio’s previous releases and not just because it’s a Disney+ exclusive. Coming-of-age comedy Turning Red centres […]
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For all its straight to video bargain bin sequels, Disney (outside of the Pixar subsidary) have not released a theatrical follow-up since the Rescuers Down Under in 1990. This is an important film, with second instalments for Frozen, Zootopia and god knows what else planned for the House of Mouse in the coming years. Which […]
“I made him more vulnerable and that made him more likeable. And that made for a better TV show. But if [this show] is just a way to help dumb assholes rationalize their own awful behaviour then I’m sorry, but we can’t put this out there.” Not a quote from the writers’ room of hit Netflix […]
Since the release of The Jungle Book in 2016, there seems to have been non-stop Walt Disney Studios live-action and CGI remakes, whether that’s with minimal-but-present story modernisation like 2017’s Beauty And The Beast or (going back a few years) a complete rethinking with Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland in 2010. This company-wide move has certainly divided […]
With dozens of high profile animated films being released on an annual basis it’s sometimes easy to take it all for granted. In 2016 alone, moviegoers can expect feature length animated productions from the likes of Disney, DreamWorks, Pixar, Illumination, Blue Sky, and several others. But it wasn’t always this way. In fact, at the […]