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Disney Releases New Toy Box Mode Trailer for Disney Infinity

Thursday, April 11, 2013 1 Comment

If the headline wasn’t already a dead giveaway, you may be interested to know that, earlier today, Disney released a new trailer for Disney Infinity. This latest trailer specifically focuses on Infinity’s Toy Box Mode – the more expansive mode that lets players use their imaginations (and the contents of their existing Play Sets) to […]

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Peter Pan

Thursday, January 31, 2013 No Comments

I have this memory of Peter Pan being this long, epic Disney film. However, clocking in at an hour and sixteen minutes, it’s significantly shorter than I recall. It’s still a magically awesome adventure, but it struck me as odd at how short it actually was. Also, watching it for the first time since my […]


LittleBigPlanet Meets Skylanders in Ambitious New Disney Project, Disney Infinity

Thursday, January 17, 2013 1 Comment

There’s something to be said for the popularity of the Skylanders franchise and the creative possibilities in the LittleBigPlanet franchise, because their success is quite likely the driving force behind the new gaming project announced by Disney Interactive yesterday. Utilizing a line of real-world interactive collectible characters, from The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Animation […]


Majesco to Develop Phineas and Ferb Video Games for Disney Interactive

Monday, January 14, 2013 No Comments

Here’s an announcement from the “coming out of left field” category; Disney Interactive subcontracting out game development to another third-party publisher. You’d better get ready to make that catch, because here comes the ball. Last week Disney Interactive announced that it’s partnering with Majesco Entertainment (or vice versa, depending on whose announcement you’re reading) on […]

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Nathan’s Been Wanting to Say Something About Disney and Lucasfilm

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 No Comments

We’ve been waiting to talk about this for some time now… but then we completely forgot about it. And when we finally remembered that we wanted to discuss it, we were already well into another discussion and that would have taken us well beyond the reasonable attention span of any of our readers or viewers. […]

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Wreck-It Ralph

Monday, November 12, 2012 No Comments

Nostalgic, funny, well-written, well-acted, graphically impressive. Can you name a film, in this day and age, that fit all of those bills and more? For me the answer is “Wreck-It Ralph”. Tired with being the unappreciated bad guy in an arcade video game, Wreck-It Ralph leaves his game to prove that he can be something […]


Magic Mike? Simba? What’s the difference?!?

Tuesday, July 10, 2012 No Comments

Magic Mike is very much like a Disney movie… they both dispense the same values! Let’s start with the main one: romantic love. That’s pretty Disney-tastic in and of itself! Add on lessons about friendship, commitment, morals, growing up and not purchasing a pack of narcotics without knowing how many you’re buying and you’ve got […]

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The Lion King roaring its way back into our lives later this year

Thursday, June 2, 2011 No Comments

I think the 90’s may have been one of the best decades for Disney films. One of those great films, The Lion King, is being brought out of Disney’s moratorium on three separate dates. On September 16th, the movie will be brought back to theaters in 3D! This has me sort of torn, because I’d […]

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Mars Needs Moms abducts your TV August 2011

Friday, May 13, 2011 No Comments

Mars Needs Moms is a movie that oddly makes me crave the candy-ensconced chocolate snack, M&M’s. I’m not sure why that happens, but it may have to do with the fact that the title for this movie, in acronym form, is MNM. But what do I know? Anyhoozle, on August 9th, this animated Disney film […]


Bambi (Combo Pack)

Friday, March 4, 2011 No Comments

Review Bambi is a minimalist animated film in two regards. It’s very short (only 70 minutes long), and there is very little dialogue. But, honestly, this is still an amazing and beautiful Disney classic. Its great score, scenic imagery, anthropomorphized animals and moving themes make it a touching and fantastic film. And though you can […]

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