Lilo’s sister Nani is given more responsibility and emotional hardship that most other female heroines in commercial Disney films. That’s not to belittle Elsa’s emotional turmoil, but Nani is sadly a case that exists all too often in the world: an older child with parenting responsibilities to their younger siblings. We see this from the […]Read more "The Disney Princess Series: Nani Review"
These little things are everywhere. From Amazon packaging, pyjama bottoms and McDonald’s toys, you can’t avoid these little yellow minions even if you want to. It’s odd to think that these yellow figures, incapable of speaking a solid language are carrying a movie but hey, weirder things have happened. Their solo adventure follows them before […]Read more "Film Review: Minions"
Pixar’s newest film, Inside Out, has yet to come to the UK until the 24th of July, but that hasn’t stopped it making an impact around the world in the meantime. The film tells the story of a young eleven year old girl named Riley – or more accurately, Riley and the five emotions in […]Read more "Film Review: Inside Out"
Sequels are pretty hard to get right, especially if you’re making a sequel to the high grossing superhero movie of all time. However, Joss Whedon gets another crack at the Avengers whip with the sequel, Age of Ultron. I’ll start off by saying that I’m going to toe the line between reviewing it as a […]Read more "Avengers: Age of Ultron – Film Review"
Coming to UK screens on January 30th is Disney’s newest offering, Big Hero 6, loosely based on the Marvel Comics’ team of the same name. We follow the story of young computer genius Hiro Hamada and his recently deceased brother’s robot Baymax as they look for a menace that might have been responsible for his […]Read more "Big Hero 6: Film Review"
(Beware, spoilers below!) Toy Story That Time Forgot is the short 22 minute offering from Pixar based on a more developed short. After three years of work and two of story development, we are treated to this beautiful short film from the Pixar team. We begin as Bonnie plays with her toys over Christmas, and […]Read more "Toy Story That Time Forgot: Film Review"
The newest offering of Annie comes to the UK on the 26th December and features an updated version of the classic musical story of Annie. Quvenzhané Wallis is a charismatic lead in the film, though the music might not be to everyone’s taste given the greater RnB influence that you can hear from the very […]Read more "Annie (2014): Film Review"