Frozen 2 is unlikely to reach the same heights as its predecessor, but the spectacular songs and moving story make for a satisfying experience all the same.
Aladdin, the latest live-action remake of a classic Disney animated film, is neither a total disaster or a wonderful reimagining. It’s just sort of there.
Mary Poppins Returns is destined to be a crowd-pleaser in the same vain as the original film for years to come.
Ralph Breaks The Internet is a surprisingly good sequel, building off the original and giving audiences a story that’s not only wildly entertaining but worth telling.
It can be a bit slow and perhaps more introspective than some would wish, but Christopher Robin is a reliably entertaining and heartwarming film with some keen observations about holding on to childlike wonder and imagination.
A Wrinkle in Time is not nearly as good as its many parts would suggest, and the film as whole winds up being a saccharine, overly simplistic mess.
Duck Tales proves a worthy successor to the comics that inspired it. If you’re a fan of Uncle Scrooge and the gang, this show will leave you shouting “Woo-oo!”
Beauty and the Beast is a big, splashy remake as only Disney can do them — which is to say yearly, because after The Jungle Book and now this film’s great success, Disney won’t ever stop.