Crocodiles and alligators have been thought of as the dominant predator in fresh water while sharks are the dominant predator in salt water. But, in “The Croc That Ate Jaws,” we learn more about what happens when these two predators cross paths. This documentary focuses on the coasts of Florida, South Africa and Australia; three […]

Tyler tries to get in good with the boss and leads the MIFT team in the annual Mobsters Incorporated Bowl-Off-A-Thon in the latest episode of “Monsters At Work.” When Mike Wazowski is unable to compete in the bowling competition, he sponsors a team because he wants to beat his coworker, Gary; a blue version of […]

A team of marine biologists and researchers search for a part of the ocean that hasn’t been touched by humans in an effort to find an underwater Garden of Eden for sharks in “Journey to Shark Eden.” The team travels to five islands that are a part of the island nation of Kiribati in the […]

A vacation hot spot off the coast of Australia becomes a breeding ground for shark attacks and scientists must figure out what’s causing the attacks; if it’s a particular kind of shark; and if the actions of humans are leading to the increased shark attacks in the National Geographic documentary “Rogue Shark?” In this documentary, […]

A monster sent to elicit laughs to help power Monstropolis accidentally damages the room when he sneezes. It’s up to the team from MIFT to fix the room before the parents wake up. Meanwhile, Mike and Sully have taken the little girl out of the room while the repairs are made and take her to […]

Sharks seems to be gathering in groups to travel and hunt in the latest National Geographic documentary, “Shark Gangs.” This film takes a look at these growing groups of sharks and how they behave. Marine biologists and shark researchers dive deeper into the types of sharks in gangs and if they are by design or […]

Australian actor Chris Hemsworth joins marine biologists as they study the shark population off the coast of Australia and look for ways for humans to peacefully coexist with the ocean’s top predator. This special for National Geographic gives us an up close and personal look at some of the oldest sharks in the waters and […]

With the release of “Raya and the Last Dragon,” the Walt Disney Animation Studios has now released 13 films that can qualify as “princess” films. These date back to the very first feature length film from the studio, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” While the first princess appeared all the way back in 1937, […]

Long before the prequels, sequels, animated series and LEGO shorts, George Lucas tried to keep “Star Wars” going and capitalize on the series success in “Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure.” The film follows a caravan of Ewoks as they try to help two young kids find their parents after becoming separated from them. And, […]

Disney parks around the globe are known for their amazing attractions, character meet and greets, and their parades and fireworks shows. But, many Disney fans don’t get to experience those shows for a multitude of reasons. That’s why I think Disney should stream, at least some of, the fireworks and parades on Disney+. NOT EVERYONE […]

“You’re killing me, Smalls!” With that one line, one of the most beloved Disney sports movies for kids captured the hearts of many American children in “The Sandlot.” It’s the story of a young boy who moves to a new town and finds an amazing group of friends to play baseball with during the summer. […]

In 1930s Austria, the von Trapp family learns how to have fun when an aspiring nun becomes their governess in “The Sound of Music.” As the seven young children fall in love with Maria as their governess, she and their father fall in love and she stops trying to become a nun and becomes their […]

Disney takes Victor Hugo’s classic tale and tries to make it palatable for kids in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” After killing a gypsy, Frollo is convinced by the bishop not to kill her son who Frollo sees as ugly. Instead, the boy who becomes the titular hunchback is raised in the bell tower of […]

Welcome back to the Disney+ Battle series. Every so often, I’ll match two popular Disney films against each other to see which one comes out on top through a series of five categories. This week, it’s one of the films from the Disney Renaissance against the last film of Disney’s Post Renaissance Era as “The […]

Disney takes on one of the most popular bulls in literary history in the 1938 short, “Ferdinand the Bull.” In the story, Ferdinand is a gentle bull who just likes to smell the flowers. But, when a group of matadors are looking for a fierce bull, Ferdinand sits on a bee. The bee stings Ferdinand […]