We viewed this semi-recently as a family; the kids liked it more than I did although I’m not sure why I didn’t like it as much.
Still Big Hero 6 was fun and had heart, especially when dealing with the loss of a loved one. It didn’t provide all the answers, but acknowledged the loss and the grief that accompanies it and that was well done.
One of my favorite Disney movies growing up was Robin Hood, and bringing it home on blu ray felt good.
Golly What A Day
Please enjoy the above illustration done by Tom Whalen. It’s a great look I enjoy and it brings the movie new life every time I look at it.
The Cat from Outer Space was a movie that came out in 1979 and revolutionized the “animal-from-outer-space-with-a-telekinetic-collar” genre.
I know what you’re thinking and yes, it is that awesome.
I loved it as a kid and we watched it as a family on February 2, 2018.
We’ve kept the board gaming going into this new year with having my side of the family over for some good times!
All those re-watches pay off
High five! Pound it!
Happy Salmon (six plays!), Codenames (or first time playing our new Disney edition) and Splendor all graced the table for what would be our first game day of 2018.
One of our Disney favorites growing up was Beauty and the Beast (1991) so we (she especially) had been looking forward to the live-action redo.
Tale as old as … well you know
Cinderella (2015) was well done (better than the 1950 cartoon I feel) and I took that stock to the theater hoping for another good experience.
This is just a short snapshot to record that we saw it so I’m not going in-depth here, but we were disappointed. Many of the additions and songs to the story added length but they did not add quality.
We saw the film in theaters on July 19, 2017.
One of the greatest Saturday morning cartoons known to man, Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears was introduced to my own children on March 30, 2016.
Spoiler: it still holds up.