Though not without its inspired moments, Ralph Breaks the Internet’s wild non-focus results in nothing so much as an upmarket Emoji Movie.
With the historic 70th BAFTAs this Sunday, let’s run down the year’s nominees.
Sing is a film that deliberately plays to all of Illumination Entertainment’s weaknesses and the results are exactly how that sounds.
Films just wanna have fun, oh, films just wanna have…
Before we begin the countdown, let’s take a look at the year’s best individual scenes.
On its own, Moana is a damn great time. As the latest in Walt Disney Animation Studios’ absurd hot streak, it’s more than a little disappointing.
Although not without its charms, Trolls is by far DreamWorks Animation’s worst film in at least half a decade.
People hope that it’s their last time with Suicide Squad, nobody is left unsatisfied by the Sausage Party, Pete’s Dragon camouflages itself from the public, audiences come Hell or High Water, and other Box Office News.
Callum Petch and Lucy Meer invite you to be their guest and listen to this week’s episode of Screen 1, which is filled top to bottom with Disney references! There’s an early review of Zootopia (or Zootropolis in the UK due to copyright issues), the love for which Callum has goes on and on, Lucy… Read More Screen 1 (14/03/2016)