The Little Mermaid is a Thoroughly Enjoyable Live-Action Film

The Little Mermaid Review

To make a fairytale work, the biggest element required is believability. Readers have to believe that the world they’re reading about is possible and the characters within it create a sense of connection, and in Rob Marshall’s directed Disney’s first live-action film adaptation of The Little Mermaid, believing in singer-turned-actress

Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Offers Nothing New to the MCU


To paraphrase Michelle Pfiffer’s Janet Van Dyne, ‘He seems like a lost soul, but he’s also terrifying.’ This is a description that appropriately defines the personality, mentality, and reality of Kang the Conqueror, Ant-Man, and the Wasp’s new nemesis who sees time as an ephemeral thing that can’t be fully

Strange World is Disney’s Most Inclusive and Diverse Animated Film Yet

Strange World Review

Creating films about family, finding one’s way back to that, and the identity crisis teens go through as they struggle to find the balance of growing into an individual, while still remaining connected to their family unit has long been the standard for the Walt Disney Animation Studio since its