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Parental Guidance: Aladdin Review

Disney continues to churn out live-action versions of their classic 90s animated film slate, with Aladdin the latest to sing and dance its way into theatres. So what age is this movie most appropriate for? Find out in Jenny Bullough's latest Parental Guidance review!

Dumbo Review

The live action Dumbo remake will win over families and Disney die hards, but what will Tim Burton fans think of this elephant tale?

The Lion King Blu-ray Review

Disney's The Lion King is a 2D animation masterpiece and remains an extraordinary achievement for the company. Does the latest Blu-ray release of the film deserve a spot on your Dork Shelf?

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Blu-ray Review

Snow White is let out of the vault by Disney once again for this new Blu of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs that offers some new special features, but are they as good as the ones we've lost from the previous version?

Saving Mr. Banks Review

It never takes a look at the making of Mary Poppins in any ways that could be seen as eye-opening or controversial, but Disney's Saving Mr. Banks is still a decent enough crowd pleaser with some good performances.

Blu-Ray Round-up: 8/19/13

This might be our best Blu-Ray review round up yet, including The Muppet Movie, The Sword in the Stone, Wes Craven's Swamp Thing, John Carpenter's The Fog, Mel Brooks' The Producers, and The Kentucky Fried Movie.

The New Old: Sleeping Dogs, Men, & Kids

This week, our archival title DVD and Blu-ray column returns with looks at Walt Disney's Peter Pan, Woody Allen's Sleeper, Stephen King's Cujo, and the John Ford/John Wayne romantic drama The Quiet Man.

The New Old: The Wonderful World of Disney

Nothing but titles from the house that Mickey Mouse built in this week's archival DVD column, as our film editor explains why he has a hard time talking about Cinderella (as well as looks at The Muppet Christmas Carol and The Great Mouse Detective), while Phil Brown and Dave Voight look at a couple of Pixar gems on Blu-ray: Finding Nemo and Up

Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two Review

Warren Spector's passion project Epic Mickey was equal parts frustrating and charming.The 2010 cartoon platformer featured a lot of issues to muscle through, but the interesting atmosphere and the goopy paint v. thinner mechanics ensured that Spector’s time sporting a Mouseketeer cap wasn’t wasted. It also made a happy amount of money, so here’s a sequel, Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, that shoehorns in co-op, singing and practically nothing else.