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Now displaying: September, 2018

The Disney Movie Review is your source for news and reviews on Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm movies. If you love all-things Disney, you've found the place to geek out over Disney movies. Connect with us online on Facebook, follows us on Twitter @DSNYMovieReview, and at our website www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com.

Sep 24, 2018

This week we break down all of the new trailers Disney released, including Mary Poppins Returns, Captain Marvel, and Ralph Wrecks the Internet. Plus Bob Iger gave an interview to the Hollywoood Reporter and he talks about James Gunn's firing for the first time. And Disney is going to reanimate Princess Tiana in Ralph Wrecks the Internet.

Sep 10, 2018

This week Disney released the final trailer for Nutcracker and the Four Realms, but we still aren’t sold. Captain Marvel gets on the cover of Entertainment Weekly and something seems off. And we celebrate our 200th Podcast Episode by teaching you how to name more than 200 Disney characters in alphabetical order in under 2 minutes. That and much, much more. For the week of September 10 (my birthday!) this is episode 200 of the Disney Movie Review.

Sep 3, 2018

Disney is being accused of discrimination after it cast a straight actor into the role for its first openly gay character. Meanwhile, we found out the new streaming service will not be called Disney Play. And the minimum wage for cast members in the park is going up, but Disneyland is no longer going to be receiving tax breaks from the city of Anaheim. We'll dive into what will surely become a case study in future economics textbooks.

For the week of September 3, this is episode 199 of the Disney Movie Review.

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