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Tag Archives: Blu-ray
I had such low expectations for the sequel to the first Muppet movie entirely from Disney Studios and I’m pleased to say, the movie is better than what I expected. There’s more of the goofy humor, a good song or … Continue reading
Get ready for a journey to the Alaskan wilderness without leaving home as Disneynature’s Bears Digital, DVD and Blu-ray Combo Pack is now available for pre-order! An epic story of breathtaking scale, this heartwarming and visually spectacular film showcases a … Continue reading
With “The Pirate Fairy” already available to own and “Planes: Fire and Rescue” hitting theaters on July 18, Disneytoon Studios has been busy. Meredith Roberts, Disneytoon Studios Senior Vice President and General Manager, sheds light on how the team creates … Continue reading
The movie version of Mary Poppins changed the course of The Walt Disney Company both artistically and financially and it almost never happened. The movie “Saving Mr. Banks” dramatizes the conflict between the spirit and drive of Walt Disney and … Continue reading