Disney’s “Wish” celebrates the studio’s 100th anniversary but falls short of classic status. A self-serving tribute, it’s a mishmash of references, with underdeveloped characters and a rushed conclusion.
As Star Wars continues to balance the new and the old, “Tales of the Jedi” is the perfect way for Lucasfilm to have its cake and eat it too.
With top-notch animation and a message that will hit home with parents and children, “The Bad Guys” is a hit.
Enhanced visuals and audio in the 4K home release isn’t enough to fix “Space Jam: A New Legacy.”
Marvel’s “What If…” starts on a somewhat underwhelming note, but the second and third episodes escalate quickly and truly display the creativity and potential that the series has to offer.
After wowing viewers on Disney+ in June, “Luca” is coming home on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray with plenty of deleted scenes
With two heavy films preceding it, “Luca” brings a lighthearted change of pace to the Pixar universe, delivering heartwarming highs nonstop joy.
While “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” may utilize familiar familial tropes, refreshing animation and self-aware humor make “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” an all-around blast.
While “Raya and the Last Dragon” may be a bit lacking in originality, the journey itself is plenty of fun thanks to the beautiful animation and pitch-perfect voice cast.
Pixar’s “Soul” hits Disney+ on Christmas Day, and it marks a beautiful and profound return to form for the studio.
From its jokes to its storyline, Season 4 of “Big Mouth” just doesn’t measure up to its predecessors.
“The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special,” is light-years better than its predecessor, providing a quick adventure that’s creative, entertaining and an all-around delight.
While it doesn’t live up to the high standards of its animated predecessor, “Mulan” takes a bold step in a new direction and provides a decent amount of fun.
As “SCOOB!” attempts to stretch a Saturday morning cartoon into a feature-length film and capture a new audience, it ends up overstuffed with far too many plots, characters and references to make sense.
While it may not be top-tier Pixar, falling somewhere in the middle, “Onward” hits all of the required marks for success – from the trademark stunning animation to the instantly likable characters, and of course, its deeply moving emotional measures.
While the story doesn’t do anything to reinvent the wheel, it’s still everything you could ask for from the first ever live-action Sonic the Hedgehog film. Sonic is beautifully brought to life with the rejuvenated effects and the film does enough to entertain and engage both children and adults.