Mickey Mouse needs no introduction. His video games, however, do. Back in the late 80s and early 90s, Disney loaned out their beloved character to various video game studios, such as Capcom. Numerous games of varying quality (though generally that quality was fairly high) were produced for the major consoles at the time. For the … More There’s Something…Off About World of Illusion Starring Mickey and Donald
The Brave Little Toaster comes from an odd time in Disney animation. Before the so-called Golden Era started with The Little Mermaid, this film was released telling the story of a toaster and a few other household appliances on a quest to find their lost master. Despite the child-friendly premise, somehow, the movie manages to include some … More It’s a B-Movie show!
A friend of mine was looking for movie recommendations, and, since I keep an eye on Rotten Tomatoes, I recommended the highest rated movie at the time, The Lego Movie. She scoffed at this, turning her head away and mumbling “I don’t want to see that. It’s for two-year-olds.” While I saw The Lego Movie this … More Animation equals imagination