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“NO CAPES!” Who didn’t love The Incredibles? Jack Jack Attack? The Edna Mode Retrospective? Yeah, everybody loves these characters. So let’s go see ’em in Incredibles 2! Synopsis! In “Incredibles 2,” Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is called on to … Continue reading
Originally published in 2012, but trotted out for the holiday season. Check out the original piece here at Green Man Review! Bairns, bodhrans and brogues…. Doesn’t everyone want to be in Scotland? Disney/Pixar is really hoping you do, with the … Continue reading
Lightning McQueen, Cruz Ramirez and Jackson Storm will be hanging out in downtown Silver Spring (am I the only one who’s glad SS has ditched the silly “Silver Sprung” marketing?) to celebrate the upcoming Cars 3! And that it’s coming … Continue reading
Dory! Who doesn’t love that addled Blue Tang that helped Nemo? Of course, everybody now knows that Dory is getting her own movie – Finding Dory, duuuuuh – but now you can know more with this new trailer! What I … Continue reading
Pixar. Disney-Pixar. Yay? Definitely yay! Monsters, Inc., The Incredibles, Up, Inside Out, and one of my all-time favorites of the universe, WALL-E. And Disney-Pixar’s got a new one coming at’cha, called The Good Dinosaur. Synopsis! “The Good Dinosaur” asks the … Continue reading
Nutshell: quite possibly Pixar’s first existential children’s film. Inside Out may have all the bright-n-shiny for the little ones, but make no mistake; adults will be the ones that really dive into this film. Tons of stuff to love, though … Continue reading
Love Pixar? Of course you do. Wall*E, Up, Monsters Inc…they’ve got a way with animation and with storytelling. So you obviously want to get to Inside Out, Pixar’s newest film, right? Again, of course you do. Here’s the synopsis: Growing … Continue reading
I’ve been loving the trailers and posters for Monsters University. No secret there. (Though I love this new poster, I’m really lusting after an International banner, which have Chinese New Year of the Snake motifs!) But Disney/Pixar has gone above … Continue reading