Be like Timmy. Before Timmy Failure dies, he wants to achieve greatness. If he does achieve it, and then loses it, he wants to reclaim greatness. Be like Timmy. Timmy Failure is an 11-year-old boy and the world’s greatest detective… at least, he likes to… Read More »Timmy Failure: Zero to Hero Interview with Stephan Pastis
We are buckled-up and popcorn-ready for the slew of Disney films in store for us this year. Some of them are so highly anticipated that we have been on the countdown for them since 2017 and early 2018. Our excitement is particularly unbearable when it… Read More »Disney Flicks to Feed Fan Frenzy in 2019
We’re now just a few days away from the opening of Disney’s next movie “Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” Disney has shared the following new clips from the movie.
Hashtag blessed? I think that’s called foreshadowing.
The day continues in another clip from the movie
and then.. things take a turn for the worse
“Anyone who says there is no such thing as a bad day, hasn’t had one.” Is that true for your family?
Perhaps I had low expectations, but I left the theater feeling impressed with the “inspired by a true story” movie “Million Dollar Arm.” Not only were the performances good, the story wasn’t cookie cutter, and the emotions all one note. The movie will be available… Read More »Million Dollar Arm Swings Onto Blu-Ray and DVD
“I totally understand,” said every parent ever after looking at the new Before and After posters from “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” Disney’s “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” follows the exploits of 11-year-old Alexander (Ed… Read More »Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: New before and after posters
John Hamm stars in “Million Dollar Arm,” the latest Disney feel-good sports genre movie. It delivers everything that you would expect from such a film and a few extras. It is based on a true story, which always adds a little extra in the inspirational column.
Hamm, plays JB Bernstein, a sports agent prone to rushing around Los Angeles in his Porsche. You meet him at a cross-roads in his career. He’s trying to save his agency, but can’t get an important deal to close. So he decides to come up with an out of the box idea — find undiscovered talent on the Cricket fields of India.
That’s where the million dollars come in. JB will organize a contest for Cricket Bowlers with the winner earning a chance at $1 Million and an MLB contract. The movie then jumps to India where we are served some fun jokes with a side of travel montage. Eventually the winners are spotted and the whole kaboodle moves to America.
Once in America, the relationships of the main characters become more involved and twist around in slightly unexpected ways, but not too unexpected. Read More »Million Dollar Arm, a Disney Sports Film That Delivers Exactly What You’d Expect
I must admit that I was surprised to find an announcement for Disney’s Big Hero 6 in my inbox. I’ve been privy to some top-secret, embargoed, pinky-swear stuff, and none of it mentioned this CG-animated 3D film set to hit theaters on November 7, 2014. … Read More »Disney Announces “Big Hero 6”