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The Disney Movie Review takes a 360 degree look at recent Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm movies to give a more complete look at what’s going on in the wonderful world of Disney. We dive into the news and rumors and tell our readers and listeners which movies are worth your time and money–and which ones aren’t.
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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.

Apr 25, 2016

This week some Star Wars fans make a desperate plea of Disney and I am conflicted about whether or not it should work. Finding Dory shows off new footage in a Japanese trailer and I get a little personal and talk about some changes coming to the podcast. For the week of April 25, this is Episode 80 of the Disney Movie Revew.

Here is the billboard in San Francisco

Check out their website

http://v2.giveuslegends.net/

Here are a few articles from around the time Disney killed the expanded universe for Star Wars.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-12-15/why-disney-blew-up-more-than-30-years-of-star-wars-canon

http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014/01/op-ed-disney-takes-a-chainsaw-to-the-star-wars-expanded-universe/

Here is the Japanese Finding Dory trailer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDUEBqCsSE8

Check out Laura Wilcox's thesis on The Grimm Face of Disney.

 

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Apr 18, 2016

This week on the podcast we talk about The Jungle Book live-action remake. I'm joined by Kristin DiBiase and Ed Buskirk to break down the animation and the story. Plus we talk about the recent news that Disney is working on a live-action Peter Pan movie. Strap in for a wild ride of that and much more. For the week of April 18, this is episode 79 of the Disney Movie Review.

 

Check out this video about the visual effects in The Jungle Book.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSQcBZcvqpg

 

Visit Kristin's website

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Here is the link to her Husband's podcast

http://toopodcast.com/

Visit Ed's website

http://www.evermoreministries.com

Check out Ed's wife's book on living with BiPolar here

http://www.evermoreministries.com/lifesong

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Apr 4, 2016

This week we take some predictions on Star Wars Episode 8. I recorded this with my family over Christmas and we had a great time recording this. Some of the predictions we talk about include:

  • Who is Rey?
  • What is Luke Skywalker’s connection to her?
  • What will happen to Kylo Ren and Supreme Leader Snoke?
  • The most outrageous and definitely plausible Star Wars theory.
  • The connection from Star Wars to Frozen.

For the week of April 4, this is Episode 77 of the Disney Movie Review.

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Apr 4, 2016

This week, Cameron is back on the podcast as we discuss the new clips from The Jungle Book, and why some are not as pretty as others.  I finally found an answer to my biggest criticism about Zootopia and it is much better than I could have ever imagined. Plus, four myths you probably believe about recent Disney Ticket price increases. That and much more. For the week of April 4, this is episode 76 of the Disney Movie Review.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/76 for the show notes this week.

In Fast Flicks

  • Disney and Lego launch new figures
  • Lucasfilm released a video on the Casting of Daisy Ridley as REY
  • Ewan McGregor says he is very interested in a Obi-Wan Kenobi Stand Alone movie.
  • New photos of Characters from Finding Dory
  • Disney is making a live-action movie about Snow White’s sister.
  • Marvel announced they are rebooting Blade
  • I forgot to do the quick quiz question this week. :-(

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Mar 28, 2016

This week Ken is moving! That means we take a break from the news of the week to look at Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the movie that started it all.  Cameron joins the Podcast to talk about the animation techniques Disney is still using to this day. Does the story hold up after 78 years? What can it teach you about following your dreams?

WARNING: This is a review of Snow White, not a history lesson. We may ruin your favorite Disney movie. Please proceed with caution.

For more on the history of Snow White, visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/75 for the show notes this week.

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Mar 21, 2016

Indiana Jones 5 is happening! Don't panic. There are three reasons why this might actually be good! Zootopia has solidified Disney Animation as the king of two areas. Plus, I have a conspiracy theory that Batman vs. Superman is like Donald Trump. For the week of March 21, It’s the one year anniversary of The Disney Movie Review.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/74-2 for the show notes this week.

 

In Fast Flicks

  • Princess Diaries 3 is happening. For real this time.
  • Iron Man 4, however, will likely not happen
  • A live-action Black Cauldron could be on the way
  • Actor Michael Sheen was cut from Finding Dory
  • Finding Nemo in Navajo will open in theaters

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Mar 7, 2016

This Week Ryno Clavin of The Dis Unplugged stops by to talk movies and EVERYTHING is on the table. We talk about whether Disney should get rid of Miramax and make R-Rated movies under the castle logo. Why he says he has no problem with all of the remakes Disney is doing. The one Disney movie that still makes him mad to this day. Plus we talk Ghostbusters, Deadpool, Tron 3, Captain America: Civil War, Disney’s Nostalgia push and more!

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/72 for the show notes this week.

 

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Feb 29, 2016

This Week Ken and Cameron discuss the news that Disney is asking employees for money to protect the copyright on their movies. Pete’s Dragon released a new trailer and got confused with The Jungle Book. The Russo brothers promise a controversial ending for Captain America: Civil War. And we talk about what we learned during that Disney 60th Anniversary special. For the week February 29, this is Episode 71.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/71 for the show notes this week.

In Fast Flicks

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens rumoured release date
  • Disney spends millions advertising Zootopia
  • Twitter stats on Alice: Through the Looking Glass
  • The date for the new Finding Dory trailer
  • John Favreau says The Jungle Book will be his Avatar
  • Disney is working on an adaptation of "A Wrinkle in Time."
  • Captain Nemo gets a director
  • Disney Movies Anywhere is making history
  • Steamboat Willie is Mickey’s most famous appearance, but it wasn’t his first. What was Mickey’s first appearance?

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You can support The Disney Movie Review by donating through our patreon at https://www.patreon.com/disneymovies. You can also buy a t-shirt at distshirts.com or better yet, submit a design on the site and we will split the profit with you 50/50. It’s the easiest way to make sure I can keep delivering high quality content every week.

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Feb 22, 2016

Deadpool takes the world by storm leaving everyone with the question, Will Disney’s Marvel ever make an R-Rated superhero movie?" Disney takes a different tactic to market Alice Through the Looking Glass, and the rumour is that Disney’s problems in China are affecting their US parks, but it’s about to get MUCH worse. That and much more. For the week of February 22, this is episode 70 of The Disney Movie Review.

While I do not get explicit, I do talk about sex, drugs and violence in this episode. Listener discretion is advised.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/70 for the show notes this week.

Support this content on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/disneymovies

 

In Fast Flicks

  • New movies in production
  • India get The Jungle Book one week early
  • Hulk may be in Captain America: Civil War
  • Emily Blunt in talks to play Mary Poppins
  • Tron becomes a video game
  • New Spots to meet characters in Disney World
  • Disney makes a big announcement about Star Wars
  • Disney hires the first black person to head a major media network
  • #ShareYourEars to help Make A Wish

 

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Feb 15, 2016

This week, Cameron is back to play monday morning quarterback on the three new trailers that debuted during the super bowl. We agree that one was a complete waste of time and money. Disney is releasing Zootopia clips left and right and they put racial themes front and center. Plus everything is looking up for Disney's financials including ESPN. For the week of February 15, this is Episode 69 of The Disney Movie Review.

Apologies in advance if Cameron's audio sounds a little garbled this week. We should be back to normal next time he is on.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/69 for the show notes this week.

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Or donate to Give Kids the World Village using the link below!

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In Fast Flicks

  • Frozen is heading to broadway
  • At least one Star Wars movie will be released in May
  • We lost a great member of the Pixar family
  • Quick Quiz Question: Who calls Baymax "Balloon Man?'

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Feb 8, 2016

This week a new study shows men speak more than women in Disney Princess movies, but everyone seems to be missing the point. Disney CEO Bob Iger responds my question about combating superhero fatigue, and  Disney has to decide whether it will be a super hero or a super villain. Plus, at the end of the show, I get a little personal about how you helped me through a recent struggle. For the week of Feb 8, 2016, this is episode 68 of the Disney Movie Review.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/68 for the show notes this week.

In Fast Flicks

  • Shanghai Daily ticket prices were released
  • Finding Dory gets a new character
  • New prints for Inside Out are available
  • The Good Dinosaur is Pixar's first flop
  • How "I'm Going to Disney World" started.

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Feb 1, 2016

This Week, The Finest Hours hits theaters and the one things that both lifts and sinks this movie. The biblical connection in The Finest Hours and There's a new Jungle Book Trailer. For the week of February 1, this is episode 67 of the Disney Movie Review

Show notes can be found here: http://www.thedisneymoviereview.com/67

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Jan 29, 2016

The Finest Hours hits theaters, but is it as bad as people say? For January 29, this is Episode 66 of the Disney Movie Review. Despite what I say, there are no show notes for this one. :-(

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Jan 25, 2016

This week on the Disney Movie Review, Disney pushed back the release of Star Wars episode 8 and there will be two major consequences. Stan Lee says he can see a world where Star Wars and Marvel will overlap, but will that work for Disney? And early reviews for The Finest Hours are negative, but you will probably love it. That and much much more for the week of January 25, this is Episode 65 of The Disney Movie Review.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/65 for the show notes this week.

In Fast Flicks

  • D23 is bringing Alice in Wonderland back to the big screen in Florida.
  • Disney Movies Anywhere released part of the recently restored Oswald short Hungry Hobos
  • Wired Recently posted a video giving a look at the visual effects behind  of Star Wars TFA
  • We found out new details on why spider man has been missing from Captain America: Civil War promotions
  • Disney has put out a recall on infant sleeper.
  • Quick Quiz Question: In the original Toy Story, who calls ham an uncultured swine?

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Jan 18, 2016

This week we interview Michael Tougias , author of The Finest Hours. He tells us about the real heroes behind The Finest Hours, What it takes to survive in situations where all hope seems lost, and what he thinks about Disney’s effort to bring to life the greatest small boat rescue in U.S. Coastguard history. For the week of January 18 this is episode 64 of the Disney Movie Review.

 

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Jan 18, 2016

This week it's awards season! We look at the top nominees from Disney Movies and the most intriguing awards show for Disney Fans. Also, Disney catches fire for not including Rey in Star Wars toys under the hashtag #WhereisRey, but is that a valid complaint? Plus, I double down on something I said last week that some considered a little racist. That and much much more. For the week of January 18, this is Episode 63 of The Disney Movie Review.

Fast Flicks

  • Disney Shanghai to open June 16

  • China posts a lackluster Star Wars box-office

  • Variety recently published a short list of actors for Han Solo

  • Den of Geek reported Disney will be releasing Snow White and the Seven Dwarves on HD Digital for the first time ever!

  • Who could possibly die in "Captain America: Civil War?" 

  • Civil War Co-Directors Joe and Anthony Russo say they want to make a Black Widow movie.

  • Brian Bedford Voice of Robin Hood passed away

  • A special tribute to remember Alan Rickman as Absolem in Alice in Wonderland.

  • Quick Quiz Question: In Remember the Titans, Coach Herman Boone says Water is for Cowards, Water makes you weak, Water is for What? Tweet me at @DSNYMOVIEREVIEW

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Jan 11, 2016

This week in Disney Movie News,  Star Wars: The Force Awakens officially became the biggest movie of all time, but can it become the biggest Disney movie of all time? Zootopia's new trailer gives us more details about the movie and shows a lot of heart. We highlight some of the movies coming out in 2016. Plus we talk about a new way you can support the Disney Movie Review and potentially make a little money yourself. For the week of January 11, this is episode 62 of the Disney Movie Review!

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Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/62 for the show notes this week.

In Fast Flicks

  • New video of Moana
  • A Poster for The Jungle Book
  • New images of Dr. Strange
  • Captain America: Civil War Synposis changes
  • Indiana Jones 5 is confirmed

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Dec 28, 2015

This week, it's our Disney Oscars Episode. Which Disney movie had the best soundtrack? The best actors? And What was the best Disney movie this year? Basically, which movies should you try to see? We break it down on our spoiler-free Year in Review on Episode 61 of The Disney Movie Review.

Here are the categories for the Disney Movie Oscars!

Best Trailer

Best Soundtrack

Best Visual Effects

Best Cinematography

Best Documentary

Best Costuming

Best Screenplay

Best Disney Tie-In

Best Supporting Actress

Best Supporting Actor

Best Comedy

Best Actress in a leading role

Best Actor in a leading role

Best Animated Film

Best Director

Best Disney Movie Of The Year

 

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Dec 21, 2015

This week it's our spoiler review of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We invite Disney movie podcasters from Mouseflicks and The D-Cast to talk about the originality of the story, the female characters and what we can expect from Episode 8.

Disney fought for secrecy and they want you to keep the plot a secret. We are trying to honor that. If you haven't seen the movie, listen to episode 59 for a spoiler-free review.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/60 for the show notes this week.

 

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If you’ve listened to fewer than five episodes, welcome to Disney Movie Nation! If you like what you hear, visit the website to sign-up for our email list to get more Disney Movie News. If you aren’t a fan, that’s okay too. Find another podcast you love and support the content you love!

 

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Dec 18, 2015

100 percent spoiler free review of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Do you need to rewatch the other movies before going? Is it kid friendly? And does it live up to the hype? We talk about it all on episode 59 of the Disney Movie Review.

Visit www.thedisneymoviereview.com/59 to watch all of the trailers for the movie.

Visit www.thedisneymoviereview.com/58 for the special "Star Wars" episode.

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If you’ve listened to fewer than five episodes, welcome to Disney Movie Nation! If you like what you hear, visit the website to sign-up for our email list to get more Disney Movie News. If you aren’t a fan, that’s okay too. Find another podcast you love and support the content you love!

 

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Dec 14, 2015

This week we get you ready for Star Wars the Force Awakens. We take a look at the Original and what makes it great. Where does star wars stand now, given the prequels? And we have a special guest to help give you a spoiler free look at what you need to know going into the movie. Plus why are there stormtroopers of different races?!? We get the answer. For the week of December 14, this is Episode 58 of The Disney Movie Review.

Show notes this week are on www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/58.

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If you’ve listened to fewer than five episodes, welcome to Disney Movie Nation! If you like what you hear, visit the website to sign-up for our email list to get more Disney Movie News. If you aren’t a fan, that’s okay too. Find another podcast you love and support the content you love!

 

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Dec 14, 2015

This week we catch up with some things I missed during my "paternity leave" from the podcast. That means we're talking about the trailers for Finding Dory, Zootopia, Captain America: Civil War and The BFG. That and much, much more for the week of December 14, this is Episode 57 of the Disney Movie Review.

Show notes this week are on www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/57

In Fast Flicks:

  • Disney releases a holiday gift guide
  • Ant-Man is released on Blu-Ray and DVD
  • A new Disney dating website debuts
  • Southern California gets a special concert
  • Much more!

 

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If you’ve listened to fewer than five episodes, welcome to Disney Movie Nation! If you like what you hear, visit the website to sign-up for our email list to get more Disney Movie News. If you aren’t a fan, that’s okay too. Find another podcast you love and support the content you love!

 

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Dec 7, 2015

This is week three of our "Disney Podcasters You Absolutely Should Be Listening To" series. This week we talk to Dave Breiland, host of Mousetalgia - a podcast focused on Disneyland, Disney California Adventure and all other things Disney. We talk about what he thinks of the recent price increase on Disney Annual Passes and the weirdest thing he has learned about Disney since starting the podcast. Plus, we talk about how he is trying to bring back a piece of his childhood and share it with you. And we get him to sing! That and much, much more this week on the Disney Movie Review.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/mousetalgia for the show notes this week.

Over the next two weeks, I am taking some time off from the podcast to be with my wife and brand new daughter. I hope you enjoy these interviews and I'll see you in about two weeks!

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If you’ve listened to fewer than five episodes, welcome to Disney Movie Nation! If you like what you hear, visit the website to sign-up for our email list to get more Disney Movie News. If you aren’t a fan, that’s okay too. Find another podcast you love and support the content you love!

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Nov 23, 2015

This is week two of our "Disney Podcasters You Absolutely Should Be Listening To" series. This week we talk to Lou Mongello, host of WDW Radio. I affectionately call him the Disney Answer Man. He tells us why he quit his job as a lawyer to go work for Disney, but will not work at the company. He lets us know what he tells students and businesses about following their dreams and what you need to know about following yours. And he tells us the one thing he wants you to know about him. Plus he tells us his favorite snack in the parks! That and much, much more this week on the Disney Movie Review.

Visit www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/wdwradio for the show notes this week.

Over the next three weeks, I am taking some time off from the podcast to be with my wife and brand new daughter. I hope you enjoy these interviews and I'll see you in about three weeks!

THANK YOU!

Thank you for listening! There are a lot of ways you can spend your time, but you chose to spend time with me and I am very grateful for that. If you enjoyed today’s show, please share it with your friends on your preferred social media site.

 

If you’ve listened to five or more episodes, please take 60 seconds to leave an honest review and rating of the podcast on iTunes. They help rank the show so others can find us and I read every single one. It’s the easiest way to make sure I can keep delivering high quality content

 

If you’ve listened to fewer than five episodes, welcome to Disney Movie Nation! If you like what you hear, visit the website to sign-up for our email list to get more Disney Movie News. If you aren’t a fan, that’s okay too. Find another podcast you love and support the content you love!

 

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Nov 9, 2015

This week Disney launches a new trailer for Alice Through the Looking Glass. It loks great and there are two reasons I can maybe promise you that this one will be better than the first. Plus Disney is trying to get rid of that Slave Leia outfit and I may or may not say something sexist. That's up to you to decide. For the week of November 9, this is episode 51 of The Disney Movie Review.

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If you’ve listened to five or more episodes, please take 60 seconds to leave an honest review and rating of the podcast on iTunes. They help rank the show so others can find us and I read every single one. It’s the easiest way to make sure I can keep delivering high quality content

 

If you’ve listened to fewer than five episodes, welcome to Disney Movie Nation! If you like what you hear, visit the website to sign-up for our email list to get more Disney Movie News. If you aren’t a fan, that’s okay too. Find another podcast you love and support the content you love!

 

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