Classics Review: Swiss Family Robinson

Swiss Family Robinson was officially released in 1960. (same year Stanley Kubrick’s Spartacus came out) It earned positive reviews from critics, families and movie goers alike. Plus, it made enough revenue at the box office. Anyway, I’m reviewing a few Disney films inspired by Nostalgia Critic’s Disneycember during the month of December. Don’t worry, I’ll […]

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The Rescuers Down Under

In 1989, Disney released “The Little Mermaid (I thought it was average) earning critical and box office success marks the beginning of a new era known as “Disney Renaissance.” Their next project is a sequel to “The Rescuers” with Bob Newhart & Eva Gabor reprising their roles as Bernard & Bianca. This time, the duo […]

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The Rescuers

In 1959, Margery Sharp published a book titled, “The Rescuers.” The premise focuses on two mice named, Bernard & Bianca. Their mission is to save a little girl captured by treasure hunters whose goal is to use the girl to obtain a diamond. Three Years Later, a follow-up, “Miss Bianca” continues the mice’s further adventures. […]

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In 1984, Tim Burton directed a live-action short film titled, “Frankenweenie.” A lighthearted tribute to “Frankenstein,” it’s about a boy named Victor Frankenstein who brings his dead dog Sparky back to life. Unfortunately, Disney fired Tim for wasting resources and thought Frankenweenie is too dark and scary for kids. Afterwards, Paul Reubens viewed the short […]

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