Disney stumbles once again with a lifeless recreation of one of their most popular animated films, The Lion King, that banks on the audience’s nostalgia for the 1994 animated film.
Toy Story 4 is a fine installment to the legendary Pixar franchise but it sorely lacks the magic and emotion of its predecessors.
With Toy Story 4 set for release this weekend, let’s take a trip back and dissect the previous three films in the beloved Pixar series in this installment of Cinema Smack’s State of the Franchise!
Aladdin, Disney’s newest live action remake of one of their classic films, is a lifeless adaptation that largely falls apart by the film’s end.
Tim Burton’s Dumbo continues the trend of wonderfully entertaining adaptations of the Disney classics and is one of Burton’s best films in a long time despite some bland characters.
It took 14 years for Disney and Pixar to make a follow-up to 2004’s The Incredibles but it delivers on all fronts and is a worthy successor to the original in every way.
The first official teaser for Solo: A Star Wars Story has been released.
Over the past year and a half, we’ve discussed the Star Wars franchise a few times already. With Star Wars: The Last Jedi only days away, let’s just get it all out there with the good, the bad, and the ugly of the beloved saga set in a galaxy far, far away in this installment of Cinema Smack’s Best & Worst! *Spoilers Ahead*
Disney and Pixar’s newest collaboration, Coco, is an emotionally and aesthetically wonderful film that ranks among the best of the year.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is devoid of the cleverness, humor, and likable characters that bolstered the previous installments in the series and is the worst by far.