In 2004, Disney/Pixar kicked off their own superhero story with the animated classic, The Incredibles. The 1960’s retro style animated film had it all: colorful, relatable characters, wonderful storytelling, and a Silver-Age Fantastic Four–style and family message that everyone, no matter the age, could relate to. After that, fans who grew up watching the first one eagerly anticipatedContinue reading “‘Incredibles 2’ is worth the 14 year wait”
The new trailer for Wreck-It Ralph 2 dropped today and delivered more flashy color as a video game character explores a strange new world of search engines, apps, and Disney Princesses.
As we grow up, we shed pieces of our childhood away. The child grows up into an adult, taking on responsibilities and, sometimes, forgetting the purity and joy of running around the playground or talking to imaginary friends. There are some cases where our inner child is contained and protected deep inside our soul, shieldedContinue reading “Disney’s ‘Christopher Robin’ reintroduces an adult with a childhood friend.”
And Marvel Studios does it again! Marvel Studios and Disney’ biggest superhero team-up has moved up to hit North America theaters a week earlier than anticipated.
In 2012, Walt Disney Pictures brought out its 52nd animated feature film with Wreck-It Ralph, a movie that focused not on the heroes of video games but a villain. Making the audience relate and care about a video game villain who wants to be a hero was brilliantly executed and entertaining for both kids andContinue reading “He’s Gonna Wreck It: 1st trailer for ‘Wreck-It Ralph 2’ brings Ralph to the Interwebs.”
2018 is on the horizon with an entire slate of new movies coming with it. Studios have already started putting out teasers and first looks at their new films (Avengers: Infinity War, anyone?!) to start generating hype for moviegoers to flock to theaters for a new adventure.