Frozen II succeeds as a brand extension for Disney, but limps over the line as a movie in its own right.
If you were expecting a captivating disaster from Aladdin, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
For Disney fans, a live action remake of Beauty and the Beast is either a new sacrament …or sacrilege.
Life, Animated is too intent on crafting an inspirational story of triumph over adversity.
Moana wraps a Polynesian folk tale around a charming children’s film, populated with animal sidekicks and musical numbers. When these two threads are woven together well, the film sings like Disney’s best.
Disney’s underdog Ugandan chess story digs a little deeper into the difficulties of overcoming disadvantage.
The simplicity of Pete’s Dragon’s story and themes alike leaves it desperately reliant on fostering a sense of childlike wonder that it can’t hold onto.