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Joey looks at the ultimate guerrilla movie Escape from Tomorrow, which was secretly filmed at Disney World and Disneyland without the permission of either park. It's one of the most talked about movies of the year, and Joey finds out if it should be celebrated, or left in the catacombs at the happiest place on earth. Well, he does find out one thing: it puts to rest all those nasty turkey leg rumors at Disney.
It's the first of a five-part series, as the Animated Heroine counts down her favorite animated films of all time, starting with numbers 25 to 21.
We can only imagine what the execs at Disney were thinking when they greenlighted an animated musical featuring Roseanne Barr as a talking cow... or maybe we can magically go back in time and see it for ourselves!
Treasure Planet: A movie that dares to show us the future of swashbuckling. Turns out it's a lot like the past, only with more robots. Also, it has air in space.
The Animated Heroine looks at Pixar's latest animated film, the prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc., to find out if it's up to their usual standards!
What do Robert Louis Stevenson and aliens destroying the Earth have in common? A lot more than you might think. The Animated Heroine looks at two animated space adventure films that were box office disappointments, Disney's Treasure Planet and Don Bluth's Titan A.E.
When Dreamworks teamed up with the quirky British animation studio Aardman, they might have made good competition for Disney and Pixar... but they didn't. Find out why when the Animated Heroine compares two movies starring rats, Flushed Away and Ratatouille.
Cecil does something way out of the ordinary for the last week of Mainstream May! Prom may be a Disney film, but that doesn't mean it isn't a charming little drama/comedy. If you like movies like She's All That, you really should give this one a chance.
The Animated Heroine looks at Shrek and Monsters, Inc., two of the first films to be nominated for Best Animated Film at the 2002 Academy Awards. Spoiler alert: Shrek won the Oscar!
Disney villains range from intimidating to goofy, and in this video, Joey presents his list of the top five Disney villains on the goofy side. Which does not include Goofy. But it does include villains from The Great Mouse Detective, Robin Hood, and a few more that may surprise you.
Joey looks at Enchanted, the movie where Disney skewers the princess movies that made Disney famous! Unfortunately, this wildly overrated movie came along 20 years too late, and mostly parodies the same old fairy tale clichés that have already been parodied to death.
The Animated Heroine looks at one of the highest grossing animated franchises ever, to find out which of the three beloved Toy Story films is the best!
You've probably been wondering where the hell the Blockbuster Chick's been! Well, this review of Cars 2 requested by Suzie's fan U.N. Owen will answer all of your questions.
The Animated Heroine goes under the sea for Disney and Pixar's Finding Nemo and Dreamworks' Shark Tale. Is there really even any point to calling out a winner? Watch this episode of Reel vs. Reel anyway!
“For whatever reason, Alice in Wonderland was a massive hit, so massive that ever since then making darker, action fantasy versions classic fairy tales have been in high demand in the industry. In the last two weeks, two such films have come out, so we’re going to take a look at them both.”
This episode, the Cinema Slob gets enchanted by Nicolas Cage and Jay Baruchel in The Sorcerer's Apprentice. Find out what the Slob thinks of Disney's modern take on the classic Fantasia short!
Sofie went off to see Oz the Great and Powerful while crossing her fingers, hoping that just one movie in her favorite genre would deliver. Did it? Check out the review and see.
Seeing Bryan Singer's Jack and the Giant Slayer inspires Joey to watch a much better adaptation of the Jack and the Beanstalk story, namely, this Mickey Mouse short that was originally released as part of the film Fun and Fancy Free, and would be the last time Walt Disney would ever voice Mickey Mouse.
In this episode, we take nearly one hour to look at the beloved live-action/animation hybrid Who Framed Roger Rabbit! We'll cover everything from the inception of the original novel, to the years it took to get to the big screen, the century-old techniques used to bring the story to life, and the film's expansive 2-disc DVD set.