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The Hunchback of Notre Dame Review

Released in 1996, The Hunchback of Notre Dame marked a notable deviation from the rest of the Disney Renaissance films. Heavier, more dramatic, and considerably darker than its peers, The Hunchback of Notre Dame was one of the best Disney films of its era, and certainly the most underrated. 833 more words

Animated Films

Louis C.K. And Kevin Hart Will Become Cartoon 'Pets' In 2016

The idea of Louis C.K. starring in a children’s movie may seem as farfetched as him getting killed by aliens, but by next summer, it will become a most-likely hilarious reality. 139 more words

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Pocahontas Review

When Pocahontas was released in 1995, it proved to be something of a turning point for the Disney Renaissance era. While Disney gave themselves a huge pat on the back for making their first film inspired by historical figures and events, it ended up being something of a black sheep to audiences and critics, who found it disappointing compared to its predecessors.  707 more words

Animated Films

Mr. G Will Be Appearing in 'The Ville'

I have been working on my animated film project called The Ville for the past two years or so, and needless to say, it’s a huge undertaking, but it’s moving along steadily. 96 more words

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The Lion King Review

When The Lion King first hit theaters in 1994, it became a cultural phenomenon. It surpassed Aladdin as the most successful animated film ever released at the time, and the success of its 2011 re-release proved its long-standing appeal. 867 more words

Animated Films

Aladdin Review

When Aladdin was released in 1992, it arrived at the height of the Disney Renaissance. Coming off the heels of Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin was, for a time, the most successful animated film ever. 724 more words

Animated Films

Beauty and the Beast Review

Few Disney films are as beloved as Beauty and the Beast. Originally released in 1991, Beauty and the Beast polished the format laid down by The Little Mermaid to its peak, and it is often recognized as the best film from the Disney Renaissance era. 789 more words

Animated Films