(Every Saturday, a smorgasbord of discoveries made both offline and online will be featured here, to celebrate how the Internet is full of oddities and ideas from the real world. 847 more words
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Episode 16. Into the Wardrobe with The Last Unicorn (1982; Dir. Jules Bass and Arthur Rankin, Jr.): Fairytales and the Natural World
The Last Unicorn and the fairytales of the natural world!
In our second edition of Into the Wardrobe, Jen and Shaun discuss the adaptation of Peter S. 100 more words
“Babes in Toyland”. Nursey Rhyme characters, a talking goose, singing/dancing trees, romance, a villain, toys and so much more make this a Disney Children’s musical classic and still makes me smile just thinking about it today. 881 more words
All set for Steven Spielberg’s The BFG this weekend? Be warned, the Big Friendly Giant talks funny, very funny:
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The first titchy bobsticle you meet and you begin shouting you is biffsquiggled.
The world is a lot smaller than you realise.
Disney’s latest film, The BFG, perfectly sums this up. Based on the popular children’s storybook by notable children’s author, Roald Dahl, The BFG follows the exciting tale of friendship, courage, loyalty and adventure in a world where magic and wonder are in abundance; a world consisting of giants. 967 more words