Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Best and Worst of Disney – Part XII: Live Action-Animation Hybrids

  These films span 65 years, and have vastly differing styles, moods, target audiences, etc, so the Live Action-Animation hybrid films are grouped together merely because of this one trait they have in common. Ever the experimenter with technology, Uncle … Continue reading

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From The Archives: Miyazaki Month – Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

Unlike the previous three reviews for this “retrospective,” I was going into this review almost completely blind. I had not seen Nausicaä before today, and only knew that it was a film with a strong female protagonist and a lot … Continue reading

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The Best and Worst of Disney Part V: The Renaissance

I’m a Millennial. Guess what my favourite era of Disney film is! The Dark Age is over, thank goodness, and Disney suddenly went on a streak of hit, after hit, after hit, and almost all of the Renaissance films are considered … Continue reading

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