A Fun Colorful Adventure | Review of ‘Coco’

A fun family film that touches the heart as it capitalizes on memory, family, and love. Continue reading A Fun Colorful Adventure | Review of ‘Coco’

An Emotional Groundbreaker | Review of ‘Inside Out’

By: Cynthia Ayala

Inside Out starring Amy Poehler & Phyllis Smith
Walt Disney

For Riley, growing us just got a little harder. Uprooted from her Midwest life and sent to San Francisco where her father starts his new job, Riley has to start all over. Riley, like everyone, is guided by her emotions who life in the control center of Riley’s mind. They are Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness and they help advise her through everyday life, influencing her decisions and the way she acts. But even her emotions need to adjust, and they aren’t doing too well when Joy and Sadness get sucked away into Core Memory. And as they travel back, trying to find their way back, the other emotions have to try and navigate the world without them.
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Monsters University | Movie Review

Directed by: Dan Scanlon Screenplay by: Daniel Gerson, Robert L. Baird & Dan Scanlon Story by: Daniel Gerson, Robert L. Baird & Dan Scanlon Starring: Billy Crystal, John Goodman & Steve Buscemi Monsters University is a prequel to Monsters, Inc. Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan aren’t friends but rather mortal enemies as they begin school and try to better one another as they both … Continue reading Monsters University | Movie Review

Kingdom Hearts 3 Coming to PS4

By: Marty Sliva Sony dropped a bombshell at their E3 2013 press briefing by announcing that Kingdom Hearts III is currently in development for the PlayStation 4. This came directly on the heels of the company’s announcement  that Final Fantasy Versus XIII is also coming to PS4, under its new moniker: Final Fantasy XV. Kingdom Hearts II, the last numbered installment in theseries, was a PS2 … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts 3 Coming to PS4

Pixar artists form game studio

By: Eddie Makuch A handful of artists at Disney‘s Oscar-winning animation studio Pixar who worked on movies like Toy Story, The Incredibles, and Finding Nemo have created a game studio called Steel Wool Games (via Edge). Cofounders Sequoia Blankenship, Joshua Qualtieri, Jonathan Hoffman, Andrew Lee Dayton, and Jason Peter Topolski make up the Steel Wool Games executive team. The studio counts nine additional employees, according to its website. The five current Pixar artists have … Continue reading Pixar artists form game studio

Finding Nemo 2 Finally Signs Albert Brooks

By:  Kristy Puchko News about Finding Nemo 2 has been making waves since last summer when of Finding Nemo‘s co-directors, Andrew Stanton, signed on to helm. Shortly thereafter it was announced Ellen DeGeneres would return as the forgetful but friendly fish Dory…but there was no word on Albert Brooks, who memorably lent his voice to the animated effort’s reluctant hero Marlin the clownfish. Thankfully Deadline reports Brooks has officially signed on … Continue reading Finding Nemo 2 Finally Signs Albert Brooks

Disney’s Infinity project leaked

By: Guy Cocker Disney‘s game division has had a difficult 2012. First, there was the departure of Bungie founder Alex Seropian in February, and in November Disney Epic Mickey 2 released to critical nonchalance, compounded by the division reporting a $216 million loss. However, the company has also been heavily investing, with acquisitions of Korea-based free-to-play developer StudioEX and Indian media house UTV. It was … Continue reading Disney’s Infinity project leaked


Oh this was simply an adorable.  I watched it with my mom which was possibly the best thing.  This movie is about the relationship between a mother and daughter.  It was beautiful because you had two feuding people.  I loved the animation in this story and the two stories that intertwined, the two spells that she had to undo.  There was a lot of overcoming … Continue reading Brave

Monsters University Gets Four New Teaser Trailers

By: Eric Eisenberg Prepare to scream…with laughter! It’s now been 11 years since the release of Pixar’s Monsters Inc. and if you’re like me you’ve been waiting that entire time for a sequel. Mike and Sully, voiced by Billy Crystal and John Goodman, are some of the best lead characters that the animation company has produced and the idea of learning about their origin just … Continue reading Monsters University Gets Four New Teaser Trailers

Tetsuya Nomura: Next Kingdom Hearts announcement coming before long

Although Kingdom Hearts 3D has been out in Japan for a month now, today marks the release of the KH3D Ultimania, which contains a great deal of information on the game including staff interviews. Some choice quotes have been pulled from director Tetsuya Nomura concerning the future of the Kingdom Hearts series while clearing up some of the mysteries behind KH3D. Regarding KH3D, there are … Continue reading Tetsuya Nomura: Next Kingdom Hearts announcement coming before long