Criterion Collection’s first Pixar movie, Wall-E, goes deep into the highbrow inspirations and creative process at Pixar.
Finding Dory is a compassionate portrait of mental illness for families with young ones. Dory has short term memory loss according to the movies, but really this is the Memento disease. It teaches kids you still have value and can achieve things in life with conditions like this, and could lay the groundwork for families […]
In 2000 Disney released a revolutionary animated movie called Dinosaur. It was filmed using live action backdrops with animation of photoreal dinosaurs, who spoke English but otherwise looked like living, breathing Jurassic Park creatures in the prehistoric era. 15 years later, the only thing I remember about Dinosaur is that nobody remembers Dinosaur, but it […]
Pixar has finally fulfilled my dream of a big budget Herman’s Head movie. I know Inside Out is a completely original idea, highly sophisticated and emotional. You just can’t achieve that in 22 minutes on network prime time, but if anyone was going to do the nostalgic reboot with all the cinematic resources we […]
Cinemacon isn’t a highly advertised convention. In fact, most of you readers may not have heard of this convention until this writing. Quite frankly, this is one I got to give credit to comicbook.com for breaking. However, this doesn’t mean it’s a weak convention. Disney decided to drop a huge tidbit this week by showcasing the […]