Disney

Halle Bailey is the perfect Ariel

This week, Disney released the teaser trailer for their upcoming live action remake of The Little Mermaid , set to release in May 2023 and starring Halle Bailey as Ariel.Continue...

‘Obi Wan Kenobi’ is a step in the right direction

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Star Wars was unencumbered by Disney’s incessant need to pump out as much content as humanly possible.Continue...

As an older sister, ‘Encanto’ felt like a love letter

When I watched Disney’s Encanto , I felt like the movie was designed for me.Continue...

The sole problem with ‘Soul’

Disney and Pixar’s Soul could be a perfect knockout, but it plays things too safe.Continue...

The new Disney+ disclaimers help us step forward into an era of conversation

Last month, Disney made a small but significant change to how it presents certain films on its streaming platform—and it’s one for the better.Continue...

Let's get down to business: the live-action ‘Mulan’ disappoints

Disney’s new live-action Mulan is an overtly white interpretation of Chinese culture and a subpar adaptation of its animated antecedent, disappointing its $200 million production budget—and fans—on both fronts.Continue...

Disney+ wrongly sacrifices inclusivity for image

Like many other Gen-Z women, I was extremely excited when Disney+ announced that it would reboot Lizzie McGuire last August.Continue...

Reflecting on the Disney channel’s problematic past

Like many others, I was quick to subscribe to the streaming service Disney+ when it was released this past November.Continue...

Baby Yoda might be the only reason to watch The Mandalorian

Just like every crush I've ever had, Disney+’s The Mandalorian seemed great but ultimately left me disappointed.Continue...

For the first time in forever, Frozen 2 is here

I don’t know if it was the reclining chairs, the $8 ticket (thank you, ResSoc, for the group excursion), or the actual movie, but Frozen 2 was a really good time.Continue...

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