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In the case of “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” the title is a good indication of what to expect from the movie. But that’s not to say the movie is all about being odd, in fact, it’s quite entrenched … Continue reading
Pixar has released another short clip from Brave to whet your appetite. This scene follows one of the most emotional moments in the film and marks a major moment of transition in Princess Merida’s journey. Obviously, don’t watch if you … Continue reading
Warning, spoilers for Pixar’s Brave are below For all the secrecy Disney marketing built up around the Witch character, it turns out she’s not all that involved in the majority of the film. Yes, she provides an important twist to … Continue reading
Disney*Pixar has released the latest clip from its upcoming film “Brave.” In it the three clans present the suitors for Princess Merida’s hand. Definitely like this segment (even though we’ve already seen much of it). But I’m still interested in … Continue reading