The Walt Disney Company heads to South America to check out the beautiful landmarks and countryside in Argentina, Chile and Brazil for their sixth animated feature, “Saludos Amigos.” The film features four shorts giving the viewer a look at the South American landscape and introducing two legendary Disney characters, Donald Duck and Goofy. This is […]

The Walt Disney Animation Studios puts together two 45 minute cartoons into a feature length film in “Fun and Fancy Free.” The 1947 film is the ninth animated feature film from Disney and the fourth package film produced to save money due to World War II. The first half of the film focuses on Bongo, […]

A girl from South Africa comes to live with an American family during apartheid, and during her time in the US learns about the issues facing people of color in her own country and the USA. This Disney Channel Original Movie tackles the issues of racism, apartheid, slavery and prejudice. While we like to think […]

A galaxy far, far away makes its way to Florida and California as Walt Disney World and Disneyland open up new Star Wars lands. In this documentary, they give us a sneak peak at the new lands at the Disney parks. Neil Patrick Harris, Kaley Cuoco and Keegan Michael Key give us the inside look […]

One of the greatest teams of superheroes forms at a school for gifted youngsters in “X-Men.” Wolverine must team up with Storm, Cyclops, Jean Grey and Professor X to stop Magneto, Mystique, Sabretooth and Toad. Along the way, we get some of the best and worst one liners, nice throwbacks to the comics and amazing […]

You might have never of heard of Howard Ashman, but you’ll know his work as he is the brilliant lyricist behind Disney classics like “Aladdin,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Little Mermaid” and creator of musicals including “Little Shop of Horrors.” This documentary tells the untold story of his life, where we learn about his […]

In this What’s On Disney Plus Podcast episode, Roger and James share their thoughts on the classic Disney animated movie, Atlantis: The Lost Empire.  Patreon’s gain early access to these episodes. If you enjoy our podcast, please consider supporting it via our Patreon from as little as $1 a month and get access to exclusive […]

“As you wish!” That is one of the many classic quotes from the cult classic, “The Princess Bride,” that led to it having such a big following. The film is a fairy tale told to a sick child, and in the story, we follow Buttercup as she is kidnapped and rescued by a her long […]

The Parr family is back and are garner support for superheroes in the sequel to the only good “Fantastic Four” movie out there, “Incredibles 2.” This one puts a lot of the focus on Elastigirl who is trying to stop Screenslaver from using TV screens to take over. Meanwhile, Mr. Incredible is at home trying […]

Disney tackles the true story of how a small school from Texas overcame racial division to win the NCAA College Basketball National Championship in “Glory Road.” Don Haskins is the coach at Texas Western University, now known as the University of Texas at El Paso. He has an integrated team that he takes to the […]

Captain Jack Sparrow is back in the fifth film in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” series. This time, he’s helping Will Turner’s son, Henry, and Captain Barbosa’s daughter, Carina, find a trident that will allow Will Turner to return to land. But, they are chased by the villainous Captain Salazar, an undead sailor looking to […]

The second episode of the new Disney+ Original series, “Muppets Now” features a few different sketches, which include many celebrities such as Linda Cardellini, Taye Diggs and Danny Trejo. This episode kicks off with Pepe The King Prawn hosting his own game show and much to Scooter’s dismay; just starts making it up as he […]

This all-new original Muppet show features all the characters you love, along with new characters and celebrity guests.   Once again the Muppets are trying to reinvent themselves for a new generation, by becoming “YouTubers”, but it will still appeal to their existing fans. Each episode is just over twenty minutes long, with different sketches, that […]

“I am Iron Man.” With one phrase the era of great superhero films was back and Marvel had succeeded with someone previously viewed as a second rate character. It’s hard to believe 12 years and 20-plus movies after its initial release, but there were once doubts about the success of “Iron Man” and the Marvel […]

The fifth episode of this new National Geographic travel series, “Rogue Trip”, sees ABC News Correspondent Bob Woodruff and his son Mack, travel to Papua New Guinea.  This series sees the father and son duo are visiting some of the world’s most unexpected places and doing things normal tourists wouldn’t get to see or do. […]