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Big Hero 6

Back in 2009 when Disney bought Marvel, CEO Bog Iger told the staff to have a look through some of Marvel’s properties to see if anything jumped out at them for an adaption. 457 more words

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With 'Lego' Out Of The Way, Disney's 'Big Hero 6' Tries To Become A Hero At The Oscars - Video

EXCLUSIVE: There’s no question that Walt Disney Animation Studios is on a tear. After last year’s enormous worldwide box office phenomenon and double Oscar winner  346 more words

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Disney Animation Review #52: Wreck-It Ralph

Disney Movie Review: 52/52 – Wreck-It Ralph

Ryan Dosier- I can’t believe that I’ve reached the end of my Disney animated feature watching spree. But thankfully, the most recent Disney animated film, Wreck-It Ralph (2012), leaves the countdown on an incredible high note. 663 more words

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Movie Review: Wreck-It Ralph

Title: Wreck-It Ralph (2012, PG)

Studio: Walt Disney Animation Studios

Back in 2012, who except the closest observers saw a great film coming? People were rightfully skeptical about Disney’s work still after the early 2000’s debacle that nearly destroyed the studio, but few realized the turnaround John Lasseter was engineering. 873 more words

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It's That Time of Year- Award Season

Five months and several movies later, I’ve finally committed to writing something on this blog. Well, time to start living up to its name…

2015 marks not only a new year for movies, but also the exciting conclusion of last year’s movies in award ceremonies, namely the Oscars and the Academy Awards. 1,865 more words

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Big Hero 6

In the opening moments of this film, I loved its playfulness and cross-cultural references like the name of its location in San Fransokyo and the Asian touches on the Golden Gate Bridge. 353 more words

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Review: Big Hero 6 (2014)

Big Hero 6, based on an obscure Marvel comic of the same name, continues Walt Disney Animation Studios’ recent success streak by merging big action and sublime visuals with a wealth of heart. 167 more words

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