Tag Archive: animation

Disney Marathon: ‘The Little Mermaid’

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Today’s film was certainly a big hit when it was released, and a driving force behind Disney’s first big home video push. In more recent years it’s being recognised as the pioneer of… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Atlantis The Lost Empire’

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This is one entry into the series I’ve been looking forward to. I’ve always liked the art direction of the film and never got round to seeing it. I’m sure it will live… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: Cinderella

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Amid all the horror and noir we focus on this time of year you’d be forgiven for thinking we’d forgotten about ranking all the Disney movies. Well…we haven’t. And we’re coming back with… Continue reading

Disney’s Masterclass in Animated Terror

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One of the best parts of Disney+ is that we get access to all manner of little known animated classics that aren’t part of the Princess Collection, or lost to changing styles and… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘The Great Mouse Detective

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Here’s a movie that I was somewhat enamoured with this movie as a child. The whole notion of a classic literary being reimagined as talking animals was rife with possibility (and I’m just… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Home on the Range’

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If there’s one movie on this list you haven’t seen, it’ll be this one. Home on the Range landed with a dull thud and saw the close of the traditional animation department of… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Bolt’

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I didn’t watch this movie until now. I don’t regret putting it off. For those just joining us, this is a movie marathon with a twist. Myself (cranky 30s blogger), my son Josh… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Pocahontas’

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I’m left wondering if I ever saw this movie in its entirety. When it was released my sister was quite into it, but I only remember seeing it piecemeal. This is the first… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘Saludos Amigos’

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It’s time to return to the Disney Package films, a short series of films that involved the Disney animation office being flown to South America to study Latin culture and bring that inspiration… Continue reading

Disney Marathon: ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’

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The last entry was an outlier in the Disney canon for being an indistinct and forgettable film. Now we’ve got another outlier for its unique style and being a cult favourite. It’s also… Continue reading