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.
It is well understood that Pixar sequels without out “toy” in the title are never as good as their predecessors. Where Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 elevated their franchises, both Cars 2 and Monsters University proved that, y’know, one movie really was enough. Into this current swims Finding Dory, a sequel to 2003’s […]