Tag Archives: Kevin Flynn

Ranking Disney’s Renaissance Movies from Worst to Best

“The Rescuers Down Under” (1990) – While visually stunning and featuring adventurous themes, this sequel lacked the charm and impact of its predecessor, making it the weakest entry in the Disney Renaissance lineup. “Oliver & Company” (1988) – Although it has its moments of fun and catchy tunes, this modern take on the classic Oliver […]

Four Disney & Pixar Animated Films Set for Release in 2024

2024 is shaping up to be an exciting year for fans of Disney and Pixar, with a slate of animated movies that promise to deliver the magic and wonder these studios are known for. Here’s a look at the four animated features set to release this year. Inside Out 2 Release Date: June 14, 2024 Studio: Pixar Animation […]

An obscure Mickey Mouse predates ‘Steamboat Willie’ and he wasn’t very friendly

Before Mickey Mouse became the beloved icon we know today, he made his cinematic debut in 1928 through a series of short films that preceded main attractions at theaters across the United States. These early films served as a platform for the mischievous Walt Disney creation to captivate audiences with his black-and-white antics and distinctive […]

Discover 20 Disney Movies You Probably Forgot About

The Black Cauldron (1985): An animated fantasy film that was darker in tone than typical Disney fare. The Great Mouse Detective (1986): Follow the adventures of Basil of Baker Street, a mouse detective in Victorian London. Oliver & Company (1988): A modern-day retelling of Charles Dickens’ “Oliver Twist” with animals. The Rescuers Down Under (1990): […]

Pixar Films: 10 Instances Where Diligence Triumphed Over Innate Talent

“Ratatouille” (2007): Theme: Linguini, a garbage boy, dreams of becoming a chef. Hard Work Triumphs: Despite lacking culinary expertise, Linguini’s dedication and perseverance lead him to master the art of cooking under the guidance of Remy, the rat. “Cars” (2006): Theme: Lightning McQueen, a rookie race car, learns the value of teamwork. Hard Work Triumphs: […]

Disney+ announces the release date for Pixar’s ‘Elemental’

Disney+ is gearing up to bring Pixar’s enchanting animated adventure, “Elemental,” to its streaming platform on September 13, just 89 days after its initial theatrical release. Alongside the film’s digital debut, Disney+ is set to unveil the making-of documentary, “Good Chemistry: The Story of Elemental,” offering viewers an insightful look into the creative process behind […]

Disney’s CEO attributes Marvel’s decline to an excess of sequels

Disney CEO Bob Iger has offered insights into the challenges facing Marvel and the broader cinematic landscape. Speaking at The New York Times annual DealBook summit, Iger attributed Marvel’s recent struggles to an oversaturation of sequels, stating, “Quality needs attention to deliver quality, it doesn’t happen by accident. And quantity, in our case, diluted quality […]

December’s Disney+ Additions: A Roundup of 29 New Movies & TV Shows

December 2023 brings a diverse array of shows and movies to Disney+, including notable additions like Percy Jackson and the Olympians and Marvel’s What If. The lineup includes National Geographic specials, Disney+ originals, and Disney Channel series. Following a strong November, which featured the conclusion of Loki Season 2 and other engaging content, December continues […]