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Posts tagged with ‘disney’

  • Dad Said, Son Said – Pixar’s Moana Review

    By momsaidsonsaid on November 21, 2016
    TRAILER Here’s another edition of “Dad Said, Son Said” but with a twist. This time, I took the 7-year old to see the new Disney animated feature “Moana”. One thing I learned is that asking a 7-year old to write a review isn’t really a brief activity. Here’s how it started… What’s it about? SON SAID: This girl who’s the daughter […]
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  • A List of Every Single Comic Book Movie With It’s Release Date In One Place

    By dAn MCcAULEY on October 21, 2014
    Comicsalliance.com did what every super, movie nerd wanted to do and that’s put all of the superhero movies, and their release dates, all in one place so we can countdown the days to be disappointed when the movie doesn’t exactly follow the comic book. If you would follow the DC and Marvel comic book movies like you would the World […]
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  • Mom Said…Son Said: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

    By momsaidsonsaid on October 7, 2014
    See what happens when a mom and her son watch a movie together.
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  • A Million Dollar Review

    By AJ Feuerman on May 13, 2014
    A "Based on a true story" movie needs these key ingredients in order for it to be successful.
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  • Guardians of the Galaxy Trailer

    By dAn MCcAULEY on February 20, 2014
    This is happening and I can’t wait.  Enjoy the first trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy.
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  • Reason 1,345 Why You’re Going to Watch Muppets Most Wanted

    By dAn MCcAULEY on January 8, 2014
    As of lately there have been some pretty lame attempts at marketing a movie – I’m talking to you Grudge Match.  I watch TV so I can watch edited movies that have been adapted from books, not to watch advertisements for movies that use Twitter comments that promote their film.  If I wanted to read Twitter comments, I’d go to […]
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  • It’s Crazy, We Finish Each Other’s Sandwiches

    By dAn MCcAULEY on December 5, 2013
    “Uh oh, Dan’s posting about Disney music.  Call the looney bin – again.”  You know what, stop judging me judgers. If you’re waiting for the angle or the catch as to why I’m posting about it – there isn’t one.  This isn’t an M. Night Shyamalan surprise twist unless the twist is a straight, 36 year old man who enjoys […]
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  • Escape From Tomorrow

    By dAn MCcAULEY on September 11, 2013
    First time director Randy Moore has done something that no one thought was imaginable – he shot a feature-length film in Disneyland and Disney World without Disney knowing about it.  Since Disney is very protective of their property, the cast and crew resorted to guerrilla film making using handheld cameras to shoot and keeping their scripts on their iPhones. I’ve […]
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  • Maximilian Could Be Yours…For A Price

    By dAn MCcAULEY on June 18, 2013
    Counting down the minutes before lunch, I came across this poster on Aintitcool.com.  If you don’t know much about The Black Hole, it’s one of the few Disney movies made in the late 70s/early 80s  that took a step out of their “family friendly” prison. Artist Mark Daniels is selling this 12″ x 24″ silkscreen on his site HERE for […]
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  • The Avengers Breakdown of Time on Screen VS. How Much They Were Paid

    By dAn MCcAULEY on May 9, 2013
    Marvel has a reputation for making quality movies that make a butt-ton of money (butt-ton is an actual term for weight measurement).  Marvel is also starting to make a name around Hollywood as being cheap.  I mean, don’t get me wrong, it’s a smart business plan – hire directors with a lot of potential and cast the movies with actors […]
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