Years after helping the Banks children, Mary Poppins returns to help a grownup Michael Banks reconnect with his children in the sequel “Mary Poppins Returns.” She has new songs and this time is getting help from a lamplighter named Jack who previously served as an apprentice to Burt the chimney sweep from the original film. […]

“Disney Insider” is back giving viewers a look at some of the big things Disney has been working on across all of the company’s platforms. The seventh episode of the series has 3 short featurettes, two focusing on Disney+ shows, while the other is focusing on a book series from “Star Wars.” My favorite of […]

A quick hare and a slow tortoise are having a race that seems unfair, but the hare’s attitude ends up costing him in the end in the 1935 Walt Disney animated short, “The Tortoise and the Hare.” The eight minute short brings the fable to life in a way to teach kids not to act […]

Wreck-It Ralph is back and this time he’s not just breaking video games, he’s breaking the entire internet. After the loveable oaf creates a new track in Sugar Rush which leads to Vanellope’s game being unplugged because of a broken steering wheel, Ralph and Vanellope head to the internet to get a new one from […]

It’s a nice winter day and Mickey and friends are enjoying a nice day on a frozen lake in “Mickey Mouse On Ice.” Mickey and Minnie are enjoying a romantic day of ice skating, Goofy is trying to go ice fishing, but Donald is trying to play pranks on Pluto who is lounging by a […]

Disney+ gives a behind the scenes look at the making of Season 2 of “Star Wars: The Mandalorian” in its latest “Disney Gallery.” This one is quite different than the first season, because instead of a series of episodes featuring behind the scenes looks, storyboards and a directors round table discussion, this season just features […]

As the first Marvel Studios television show gets ready to come to Disney+, we’re learning more about the main characters of that series in the new docuseries, “Marvel Studios Legends.” In the second episode of “Legends,” Marvel gives us a profile of Vision before his appearance in “Wandavision.” The seven minute short shows us Vision’s […]

As Disney+ gets ready to launch its first original show from Marvel Studios, we’re learning more about the main characters. The Legends docuseries takes a look at the on screen appearances of the Avengers characters that will be jumping to the streaming service. The first episode gives us a closer look at Wanda Maximoff, also […]

A hen wants help with planting corn, but Peter Pig and Donald Duck both fake bellyaches to get out of helping her in the 1934 Silly Symphonies short, “The Wise Little Hen.” After wising up to the plans of Peter and Donald, the Wise Little Hen offers to give them some corn she grew, but […]

Marvel launched the most intricate cinematic universe of films. It was broke up into phases to help differentiate the storytelling. Previously, I ranked the films that make up Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This week, I’m going to rank the nine films that make up Phase 3 available on Disney+. […]

Persephone, the Goddess of Spring is kidnapped by Hades and taken down to Hell leading to Winter overtaking during the time of Spring in the Walt Disney Studios short, “The Goddess of Spring.” The nine minute short from 1934 is one of the many Silly Symphony animated shorts produced by Disney in the early years […]

Donald and Daisy Duck are trying to avoid another double date with Mickey and Minnie Mouse in “Just the Four of Us,” the latest episode of the Disney+ Original Series, “The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse.” While trying to avoid another double date, Donald tells Mickey that he and Daisy are sick, which leads to […]

Mickey and friends are having the perfect day together and decided to end it with a barbecue in the latest episode of “The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse” entitled “Supermarket Scramble.” After spending a nice day together; Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald and Daisy decide to head to the supermarket to get supplies for a barbecue. […]

We’re back with one more battle between Christmas movies before the holiday rolls around. This week, I’m comparing a pair of sequels: “Home Alone 2” and “The Santa Clause 2.” 1. PLOT A big problem with sequels is too many of them just recycle the plot of the first film. That’s the biggest knock on […]

Scott Calvin is back and must find a wife to remain Santa Claus in the holiday sequel, “The Santa Clause 2.” While Charlie Calvin is rebelling against his school principal and her perceived hatred of Christmas, Scott is falling victim to the marriage clause in the contract on the card that made him Santa Claus. […]