After Walt Disney passed away, the studio found itself in its Bronze Age. The movies just took longer and longer to make and for audiences back when these films came out, if the film wasn’t huge it really didn’t sit all that well with audiences. And sadly none of the films during this period hit … Continue reading Top 5 Disney Movies of the Bronze Age
After Bambi, Disney switched to doing package films for the next eight years before starting a whole new wave of films in 1950 starting with Cinderella, thus kicking off the Silver Age of Disney. While none of the films of this era hit the marks of the Golden Age, there were many solid classics to … Continue reading Top 5 Movies of Disney’s Silver Age
The Golden Age of Disney is what made Disney the major animated movie force it is today. Even though there were only five movies during the period, as the old saying goes, “quality over quantity” and these were some high quality movies with concepts that served as the bedrock for many aspects of future Disney … Continue reading Disney Movies of the Golden Age ranked.
Beware: Spoilers may follow. Since it was announced, the live-action Kim Possible received a lot of scrutiny by many long time fans of the show. Things didn’t get much better when the trailers and sneak peeks came out as it looked more like a bad spoof. Now that the movie has come out, would fans … Continue reading Kim Possible (2019) Review
Chairman: This is unacceptable! We cannot have nine-year-olds working in sweatshops making ACME sneakers - not when three-year-olds work for so much less! Beware: Spoilers may follow. The Looney Tunes had two major motion pictures: The first one was Space Jam, which was an attempt to capitalize on the 90s Air Jordan commercials. The second … Continue reading Looney Tunes: Back in Action Review
Back in 2008 the Marvel Cinematic Universe came in with its second movie, the Incredible Hulk. Nowadays it’s regarded as one of the biggest missteps in the MCU and is often forgotten in the shadow of other movies that preceded it. After Mark Ruffalo took up the character in the Avengers, that was the last … Continue reading The “incredible” in The Incredible Hulk
Daphne: What I need is a real live ghost. Beware: Spoilers may follow. I remember when I first saw the trailer for this movie, the main thing that stuck in my head was the line “this time the monsters are real.” Much of Scooby-Doo I saw growing up, always involved someone in a costume so … Continue reading Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island Review