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 […]

Pixar is back with its second movie in cooperation with Disney, “A Bug’s Life,” taking on the classic fable of “The Ant and the Grasshopper.” Dave Foley stars as Flik, an ant that can’t do anything right for his colony and ends up getting the colony in trouble with a group of grasshoppers led by […]

The prince of the forest is born and we follow a year in his life as he grows from fawn to buck in “Bambi.” We see him learn to walk and play, fall in love; or become “twitterpated” as they say, and rise up to fight the enemy of the forest; in this case, Man […]

Disney takes an in-depth look at the galaxy’s favorite smuggler in “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” We see where Han Solo grew up, how he was connected to the Empire and how he deserted to join a group of smugglers before setting off on his own. Since Disney took over the “Star Wars” franchise, it’s […]

In this What’s On Disney Plus Podcast episode, Roger and James share their thoughts on the classic Disney animated movie, “The Black Cauldron”. If you enjoy our podcast, please consider supporting it via our Patreon from as little as $1 a month and get access to exclusive content and much more. You can watch the […]

After the smashing success of “Cars,” Pixar decided to go bigger with “Cars 2.” But, they didn’t necessarily get better. Lightning McQueen has advanced beyond the Piston Cup and is now taking part in the World Grand Prix. But, there’s a plot by the lemons to cause the race cars to explode and it will […]

Today is the Fourth of July, a day observed and celebrated in the United States as Independence Day. While it’s been a crazy 2020, I wanted to look back on one of the biggest moments in American sports history, the Miracle on Ice. February marked 40 years since the US Olympic hockey team pulled an […]

The plucky band of rebels is back and this time they are working with the entire Rebel Alliance to try to take down the Empire. In Season 2, we are introduced to three new Inquisitors, the return of three clones who broke away from Empire after the execution of Order 66, and many members of […]

Disney takes us “just around the riverbend” to show us how to “paint with all the colors of the wind” in the Renaissance Era classic, “Pocahontas.” The film tells of the legendary Native American figure and her run-ins with the English colonizers in the original Virginia settlement. I like this movie, but it’s one that […]

The Walt Disney Animation Studios brings the tale of a flying elephant to the big screen with its fourth feature-length film, “Dumbo.” An elephant with big ears is delivered by stork to the circus, is made fun of by the other elephants, made to jump off a high perch by clowns and the learns his […]

2020 marks 10 years since Pixar brought Woody, Buzz, Mr. Potato Head, and most of the gang back together to finish the second greatest trilogy in cinematic history. Set 11 years after the events of “Toy Story 2,” Andy is getting ready to go to college and must decide what to do with the toys. […]

George Lucas fills in the gaps between “Attack of the Clones” and “Revenge of the Sith” with the animated “The Clone Wars” film. The movie takes a look at the infamous Clone Wars and how Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi fought in those wars. We are also introduced to Skywalker’s padawan, Ahsoka Tano. This film […]

The Pevensie children are back to save Narnia once again in the second film based on the popular children’s book series by CS Lewis. Set hundreds of years after they first left Narnia; Peter, Susan, Lucy, and Edmund are brought back to the magical land to help Prince Caspian the Tenth claim his rightful place […]

The first season of the Disney+ Original cooking competition series “Be Our Chef” is winding down as the Wells and Robbins families square off with a spot in the Grand Finale on the line. The dishes in this episode are inspired by Princess Tiana from “The Princess and the Frog.” The opening segments where the […]