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Oliver and Company (1988)

Since it’s set in what was once contemporary Manhattan, “Oliver And Company” is very much an 80’s movie. So totally 80’s from top to bottom. So it’s a good thing I’ve always had a soft spot for the 80’s and … Continue reading

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Score Highlights: Spider-Man

In which The Cool Kat shares some of his favorite pieces of score from various soundtracks. Today’s pick is Danny Elfman’s somewhat primal, determined leitmotif for the titular web-slinging mutant of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy (one of Spidey’s better excursions … Continue reading

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The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1977)

In my “Robin Hood” review, I proposed the idea that Disney compensated for their lower budgets and rougher animation quality during their dark age period of the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s by making the humor as sharp and the characters … Continue reading

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Pinocchio (1940)

“Pinocchio” is a one-of-kind gem in the Disney Canon. Disney has always adapted a lot of grim fairy tales, novels and folklore – distilling some of the more gruesome elements into cheerier, contemporary films that still retain the themes and … Continue reading

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Frozen (2013)

I’ve been wanting to talk about “Frozen” for a while now. “Frozen”, to me, is easily one of Disney’s strongest films from the 21st century. I mentioned a few reviews back that a lot of the films from the post-Renaissance … Continue reading

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Robin Hood (1973)

“Robin Hood” is one hell of a good romp (or a lark, as Robin himself would say). It’s one of my favorites from Disney’s ‘dark age’, and one of the funniest films I’ve found in the Disney Canon. For the … Continue reading

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Lady and the Tramp (1955)

“Lady and the Tramp” is another one of those movies that’s a fond memory for me. I’d seen films like “Robin Hood“, “Brother Bear” and “The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh” before it and enjoyed them (not to mention, … Continue reading

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