Tag: Adventure

REVIEW: Brother Bear (2003)

“You really think love has anything to do with being a man?” If you know Walt Disney Animation as the studio defined by singing animals and beautiful Princesses, the string of science fiction films they made in the early 2000s may seem random and weird. But in 2003, things were about to get even...

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REVIEW: Jupiter Jet, Volume One (2018)

I love this comic! Whoops, I spoiled the review early, but I honestly cannot contain my excitement. Jupiter Jet is an absolute blast, one that had me (figuratively) madly flipping the pages from beginning to end. Jupiter Jet follows a sixteen-year-old girl named Jacky who, with the use of an awesome...

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REVIEW: Lost in Space, Season 1, Episode 7 “Pressurized”

“My name’s not Smith, it’s June Harris.” *Spoilers* In “Pressurized,” Judy calls Dr. Smith and tells her she knows who she is, in spite of Don’s recommendation that she just wait and tell Maureen in person. Will reveals that the robot made him a gun, and that was the one An...

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REVIEW: Treasure Planet (2002)

“You’re something special, Jim. You’re going to rattle the stars you are.” When directors John Musker and Ron Clements pitched Disney’s The Little Mermaid to the company’s executives, they also pitched a movie called Treasure Island in Space. Then-chief of Walt Disney Studios Jef...

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REVIEW: Lost in Space, Season 1, Episode 6 “Eulogy”

*Spoilers* “Eulogy” opens with Maureen informing John of a black hole that will eventually envelop the sun. The colonists hold a meeting to discuss what to do with the robot, and Angela reveals that it killed her husband in front of her. Dr. Smith, of course, uses this to her advantage, telling ...

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REVIEW: Lilo & Stitch (2002)

“Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten.” Atlantis: The Lost Empire wasn’t Disney’s only shot at science fiction in the early 2000’s. In fact, the next two films to come out of Walt Disney Feature Animation, Lilo & Stitch and Treasure Planet, were both di...

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