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Ralph breaks the mold for animated sequels

8/10 2012’s Wreck-It Ralph released near the end of a period of experimentation for Disney Animation studios after its parent company bought its chief rival, Pixar, in 2006, only to maintain Pixar as a separate studio that continued to outperform … Continue reading

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Was that really a sequel to ‘The Incredibles?’

4/10 In 2004, after almost a full 10 years of redefining children’s media in the shadow of the Disney Renaissance, Disney Pixar released its magnum opus, The Incredibles. Pixar had been making waves for years with media that struck a … Continue reading

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I’m not in love with ‘Coco’

6/10 I wouldn’t call Coco a misstep or an unwanted hug, but it’s not a very strong film. In the fictional Santa Cecilia, Mexico, the Riveras are a family of renowned cobblers going all the way back to Mamá Imelda … Continue reading

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‘Cars 3’ is wonderful

9/10 In 2006, after an immaculate decade of releasing instant classic after instant classic, Disney Pixar released its first mediocre film. Cars, along with its numerous sequels and spinoffs, occupy an odd place in the studio’s hierarchy. Though they are, … Continue reading

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Come see our new ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ movie!

Anonymous Disney executive @M.EdgarMaus 13/10 Avast, scallywags of all ages! It’s me, your favorite corporate mascot, Mickey Mouse! And I want to extend to you a personal invitation to come see our all-new, all-different Pirates of the Caribbean movie, Dead … Continue reading

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