You may have thought we abandoned our Disney films project, but we are back with a new review and excited to share it here!
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We really enjoyed Rogue One when we saw it in the theater at release time. We recently enjoyed rewatching it at home with my daughter who had not ever seen it before. I feel like I have a much greater appreciation for Star Wars movies now that I have recently watched (and reviewed) all of them in numbered order.
I have to admit that I've been worried I would be too sad about Robin Williams when I watched Aladdin for this project, and while I am still very saddened by his death, it felt great to see the Genie again!
I've been so excited to reach this point in our our Disney Films Project because this is one of my very favorite films! I grew up with blonde Disney princesses like Cinderella and Aurora and I used to ask my mom why there weren't any brown haired, brown-eyed leading ladies in Disney movies?
I saw The Little Mermaid in the theater when I was 21 years old. I was on a date (with a guy I dated briefly in college) and I vividly remember worrying about if he would think I was a bit silly for enjoying the movie so very much.
Oliver and Company is an adaptation of the Charles Dickens Oliver Twist story set in modern day New York and using animals as the main characters. It's an average feature for the Disney studio with nothing too notable about it other than having Billy Joel star as Dodger and provide one of the soundtrack songs.
This is an underappreciated film that often gets overlooked because it came out at a time when Disney was not producing it's finest work
When you review a big body of work like our Disney Films Project, you have to bear through some of the less than stellar offerings. It's a good exercise to watch both the good and the bad and boy, was this one bad!
I've been looking forward to The Rescuers coming up on our list as it is one of my childhood favorites. I was about 8 years old when it was released in theaters and it just captured my imagination.
The whole thing began with Walt seeking after stories, as he so often did. The idea of some old wood and a group of stuffed animals interested him more than many would believe, and he cottoned to taking the whole thing home.
It's been very well established here that we are big time LEGO fanatics and I don't think you can really claim to be a true fan if you aren't familiar with Nathan Sawaya's incredible work