Toy Story 4

After Disney & Pixar released Toy Story 3 earning critical acclaim from critics and families alike as well as winning an Oscar for “Best Animated Feature,” a fourth film was in development since 2014. Rashida Jones signed up to co-write a screenplay with Andrew Stanton & Pete Doctor. John Lasseter signed on to direct the […]

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Toy Story 3

After “Toy Story 2” came out in 1999 earning critical acclaim and box office success on the same level as the original, Disney & Pixar worked on original films spanning from 2001-2009 including “Monster’s Inc,” “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles,” “Cars,” “Ratatouille” & “Up.” “Toy Story 3” was in “Development Hell” for a decade due to […]

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Flashback Review: Toy Story 2

In 1995, Disney & Pixar’s “Toy Story” earned universal acclaim from many film critics including Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert & families from across the globe becoming the highest grossing film of the year. Toy Story became the first computer animated film for its groundbreaking technology influencing other animation studios such as DreamWorks Animation, Blue […]

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Flashback Review: Toy Story

Thank you my fellow movie goers from across the globe for supporting my website. My 200th post is a special article on the first movie I’ve ever seen in a theater is a movie called, Toy Story. Before I get to the basic pros & cons, let’s rewind the clocks back to 1986 on how […]

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Ernest Goes To Camp

In The 1980’s, late actor/comedian, Jim Varney, (Slinky from Toy Story) by Carden & Cherry Advertising Agency to portray a character named Ernest P. Worrell, to promote various products/businesses including Coca-Cola, Mello Yello, John L. Sullivan’s Car Insurance, Gas Appliance Dealers, First Federal Savings, Cream O’ Weber Hi-Land, Vernon Savings & Loan, Chex, Taco John’s […]

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Flashback Review: Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Disney’s Flops Vol. 1 #5)

In 1996, one day at a Mexican restaurant, producers at Disney Animation celebrated after completing The Hunchback of Norte Dame. While pigging out and drinking margaritas, one of the producers brought up an idea about another animated entry, this time, it’s not a musical, but an action-adventure film similar to Indiana Jones. The producers packed […]

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