It’s time for another Disney+ Battle. This time we are comparing a popular film from Disney’s Experimental Age of Animation and the first film of the Disney Revival. Let’s see who wins between “Lilo & Stitch” and “The Princess and the Frog.” 1. PROTAGONIST “Lilo & Stitch” has two main characters. Lilo, a little girl […]

With the upcoming release of “Strange World,” the Walt Disney Animation Studios will release its 61st animated feature length film. Throughout those releases from 1937 to the present, fans and critics have divided the releases into eras of animation. While there’s no set parameters for what makes up an era, there’s usually a major event […]

It’s time for another Disney+ battle. This time we are comparing two films that, at different points, have been called the pinnacle of Disney animation. One ushered in the Silver Age of Animation and brought back feature length narratives to animated films. The other is considered to be the peak of the Renaissance despite being […]

Disney used the final 2D animated film in their canon to introduce the first Black Disney princess in “The Princess and the Frog.” It takes the fairytale of “The Frog Prince” and flips it on its head. Tiana is a waitress in New Orleans who dreams of owning her own restaurant. Naveen is a carefree […]

It’s time for another Disney+ battle. This time, two classics from Disney’s Golden Age of Animation are squaring off. Let’s compare and contrast “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” and “Bambi.” 1. PROTAGONIST The main characters of both of these films are in the titles. Snow White is the protagonist of “Snow White and the […]

It’s time for another Disney+ battle. This time we have two classic films from Disney’s Silver Age of Animation, but they have completely different animation styles. One is the final film of the 1950s with the sleek, smooth animation. The other is the first film of the 1960s with the scratchy, Xerox style. Let’s compare […]

Disney’s Experimental Age of Animation ran from 1999 to 2008. During this timeframe, Disney moved away from the musical formula that had worked so well during the Renaissance of the 90s and kept trying new types of animation and storytelling. Also called the Post Renaissance, Dark Age of Animation or Second Dark Age of Animation, […]

Chicken Little thinks the sky is falling when he is hit in the head by an octagonal shaped disc, but it’s just an alien invasion in the 2005 Walt Disney Animation Studios film, “Chicken Little.” This film is meant to be a timeless tale about a son’s need to bond with his father when they […]

It’s time for another Disney+ Battle. This time we are comparing two films on opposite ends of Disney’s Silver Age of Animation. One is the second film of the era and features a character Walt Disney used in shorts even before Mickey Mouse. The other is the last film that Walt Disney directly worked on. […]

We are back with another Disney+ Battle. This week, it’s a popular film from Disney’s Revival against a forgotten film from Disney’s Experimental, or Post Renaissance, Age. Let’s compare “Zootopia” and “Brother Bear” to see which is “better.” 1. PROTAGONIST The main character of “Zootopia” is Judy Hopps. A bunny who wants to be a […]

We’re back with another Disney+ Battle. This time we will be comparing a hidden gem from Disney’s Experimental Age of Animation with a popular video game film from Disney’s Revival Era. Let’s see which is “better” between “Wreck-It Ralph” and “Treasure Planet.” 1. PROTAGONIST The main character of “Wreck-It Ralph” is Ralph, a video game […]

A boy learns how to be a man by becoming a bear in the 2003 Walt Disney Animation Studios film, “Brother Bear.” The film follows three brothers. The youngest has just received his totem and is confused by its meaning. But, when a bear ends up taking some of the food they collected, he goes […]

The 1990s was one of the most successful times for the Walt Disney Animation Studios. The majority of the films released were part of the Disney Renaissance and most of them were box office hits. Even the ones that considered failures, still made their money back. Many people of a certain age will identify their […]

We are back with another Disney+ battle. This time there is a vast disparity in the eras of Disney animation. We’re looking at one of the stand outs of the Golden Era of Animation and one of the more recent films of the Disney Revival. Let’s compare “Pinocchio” and “Raya and the Last Dragon.” 1. […]