Tag: Comedy

REVIEW: Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

Marvel Studios has had a tremendous 2018, with Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War becoming its two biggest domestic hits yet (the latter its biggest worldwide). On the heels of those two blockbusters comes Ant-Man and the Wasp, a much lighter, lower-key superhero movie that serves as a respite...

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REVIEW: Bolt (2008)

Disney’s Bolt was their first animated feature made entirely under the supervision of chief creative officer John Lasseter. Bolt was originally called American Dog and set to be directed by Chris Sanders of Lilo and Stitch and How to Train Your Dragon fame. In its original form, American Dog w...

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REVIEW: Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure – Season 2, Episode 2 “The Return of Quaid”

*Spoilers* In “The Return of Quaid,” the Baron’s lackey Anthony the Weasel shows up demanding money from everyone in Varaderos. Rapunzel tries to inspire them to stand up to him, but it’s to no avail. They find a statue of Captain Quaid, who Eugene explains was a pillar of the community ...

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REVIEW: Meet the Robinsons (2007)

After 2005’s Chicken Little, some major changes were set to take place at Walt Disney Feature Animation. Disney’s initial agreement with Pixar had expired and they elected to purchase the animation powerhouse, with John Lasseter becoming chief creative officer for both studios. The production of...

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REVIEW: Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure – Season 2, Episode 1 “Beyond the Corona Walls”

*Spoilers* Rapunzel’s adventures continue in “Beyond the Corona Walls” with a flashback showing a king and his advisors discussing the black rocks and their indestructibility. In the present day, Rapunzel, Eugene and Cassandra are on their way to learn more about the rocks. Eugene wants to...

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REVIEW: Chicken Little (2005)

In the mid-2000s Walt Disney Animation Studio was floundering, struggling to remain relevant. Their attempts at action and sci-fi had backfired, as had the slapstick comedy of Home on the Range. However, they pressed on with 2005’s Chicken Little, another comedy with animal characters. Chicken Lit...

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