One of my favorite things about Disney movies is the music, both instrumental and vocal. It's something I look forward to every time a new Disney movie comes out and then I listen to the new songs on repeat for a few days (or, in some cases, weeks). Today I decided to put together a list of my top ten favorite Disney songs (hardest list I ever made). The songs I have in this list are based on:
1. How often I listen to/sing the song
3. How much I relate to the song
Hi guys, I watched Ralph Breaks the Internet today after watching Traci Hines and her friends' rendition of Owl City's When Will I See You Again, the theme song for the first film and I was really blown away by the film and this sequel.
So the story takes place after the events of the first film, Ralph and Vanellope are friends, they usually see each other at night. Unfortunately, an accident takes place at Vanellope's video game.
Both our main protagonists makes a trip to the internet, where we many of our popular and resourceful sites, like...
Hi guys, I managed to watch the Nutcracker and the 4 Realms today and I was blown away by the movie overall. So here is my review on it!
Okay, so the film is very much like the Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. To which I will talk about it later, but the film draws me in because the story is very unusual and it really captivates the audience and follow Klara, the main protagonist throughout the film.
As usual, it has a happy ending where Klara and her father reunites after having a strained relationship during...
Back in June of 2016, I wrote an article where I listed of 10 of the dumbest mistakes Disney ever made. I went easy on Disney in that article, saying that while Disney has made many bad decisions but every company made bad decisions and Disney wasn't any different. I merely made it so I can express that Disney isn't as perfect as people perceive it to be. But now the kid gloves are off. It's been two years since I wrote that, and Disney has gotten even worse. So bad in fact, that I'm not afraid to say that I dislike the company now. I know what you're going to say "But Renegade! Didn't you...
Hi guys, I just watched Coco and the film left me breathless. So, here is my review on this wonderful Pixar film.
The story is about being motivated, it reminds me of the Sound of Music. In which I will write down later, it was very interesting to see the ending where Ernesto gets killed by the same fate during his last earthly moments! I really like how his fans saw his true colours and booed him during his grand concert.
Another great moment was the film introduces Mexican cultures and colours, another topic that I will write about later.
Hi guys, in preparation for the sequel 'Mary Poppins Returns'. Here is my review on the 1964 film!
I was really amazed by the visualisation of Mary Poppins, especially when 2D animations come to life considering this film was released in the swinging 60's and there were no CGI back then!
I knew Julie Andrews from The Sound of Music, which came out the year later after this film. But Mary Poppins was the first Julie Andrews' film I watched since my childhood days.
I loved this and the first movie ever since I was four I like the second one way better than the first one. Soon after watching the full movie again I have to say I generally think the second one is better than the first as a movie. I know a lot of people are gonna disagree with me, but I don't care this is MY opinion.
When reading the plot it does sound simple and how the Disney sequels. The plot is kinda predictable but it's a good message for anyone.
Hey guys, just to let you know that Dinosaur is a CAPS film. Anyway, remember CAPS? CAPS is Computer Animation Production System. It's a digital ink and paint system made by Pixar. CAPS is a Disney process system used in animated feature films, the first at a major studio. Here are the projects produced using CAPS.
Projects produced using CAPS
The Little Mermaid (1989) (ending scene)
The Rescuers Down Under (1990)
Beauty and the Beast (1991)
Hi guys, I watched 2 of these films and I notice a number of similarities. Ready?
Okay, I remember I watched this 2011 film with my mom, and it was really because the title character lost his dad after the latter only appear 5 minutes of the film when it started!
He tries to survive and along the way, he meets a girl names Isabelle to whom he befriended. She helps him a lot especially about his father's inventions, speaking of Hugo's dad, he also introduces his son to inventions and mechanism.
I’ve updated my poll with Disney animated films that weren’t ‘adaptations’, etc to include The Emperor’s New Groove and A Goofy Movie(I’ve explained why I didn’t add them early in the comments): link
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