Pixar’s latest release, while capitalising on the beloved Toy Story franchise, manages to create an instalment that feels wholly unique to what has preceded it
Pixar’s first female-directed film is a beautifully resonant coming-of-age tale
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 60th feature film proves fresh, relatable and given heaps of energy with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s reverent soundtrack
Literal fish-out-of-water Luca (Jacob Tremblay) has a transformative summer with new friend Alberto (Jack Dylan Grazer) as he yearns to stretch his fins and explore greener, less aquatic, pastures
Disney’s 59th animated feature film is loaded with charm, emotion and depth.
An amusing, fast-paced, family friendly caper, Spies in Disguise is undemanding, but not quite groundbreaking enough to establish itself as a classic
Pete Docter’s latest is a massively creative feat of world building
Netflix’s first in-house animated feature borrows extensively from Disney’s book of tricks, but still produces a moving exploration of grief heavily inspired by Chinese culture.
The precursor to the famous Disney Renaissance, Disney animation owes a lot to The Great Mouse Detective, though viewers seldom remember it as one of the greats.
Follow our familiar heroes as they desperately attempt to do the next right thing to save Arendelle from destruction
Update: We have been even more spoiled by DisneyMusicVevo, as two new clips have been released from the Frozen 2 soundtrack. First is Anna’s “The Next Right Thing”, in which Kristen Bell’s voice shines: Next, it’s Josh Gad’s turn as Olaf on endearing “When I Am Older”: Finally, we have a clean listen to Idina…
We have been awfully spoiled with new Frozen 2 information of late! Only last week we were treated to a brand new trailer: This second glimpse into the plot of the highly anticipated sequel involved a clearer exploration into what that mysterious mist is that we first saw Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven disappear…