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Now displaying: January, 2019

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.

Jan 28, 2019

We missed you last week and are happy to be back! A Disney film has (finally) been nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, but all signs point to a loss. Plus Lee Unkrich is leaving Pixar after 25 years of making magic. And Kevin Feige uncharacteristically revealed a "spoiler" for Avengers: End Game.

Jan 14, 2019

Captain Marvel tickets are now on sale and they are going really, really fast. Unfortunately, Marvel's success is being overshadowed by John Lasseter, who recently got a new job as the head of Skydance Animation. We talk about what that means for Skydance and Disney.

Meanwhile, Bob Iger didn't do himself any favors with the fans by criticizing "nondescript coasters" in India. That and much, much more. For the week of Jan 14, this is episode 216 of The Disney Movie Review. 

Jan 7, 2019

Disney closed out the year in style, posting a domestic record at the box office. Meanwhile it looks like Emily Blunt is only earning half of what Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is making for Jungle Cruise. And Netflix is making a lot of Disney fans very angry for leaving the Asian-American stars out of Mulan. That and much more for the week of Jan 7, 2019, this is episode 215.

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