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Okay, technically it’s still only at $99,248,026.00, but it’s going to get there real soon, especially if you go out and see it this week. Yes, you there who still haven’t seen the latest from Walt Disney Feature Animation. What … Continue reading
Time magazine is out with the year end top ten lists. For movies they have ranked Walt Disney Animation Studios return to hand-drawn animation “The Princess and the Frog” as the best film of the year. That’s even ahead of … Continue reading
Disney’s latest animated feature film “The Princess and The Frog” took in an estimated $25 million at the box office this weekend. A healthy number for Disney’s return to hand drawn animation, but not blockbuster numbers either. Pixar’s “The Incredibles” … Continue reading
Update: My wife just noticed that the Band-Aid box has braille for band-aid right below the logo. Very cool. Do all band-aid boxes have that? Looking for something fun and purposeful to fill your child’s stocking this Christmas? This holiday … Continue reading