Pixar’s latest release is the unexpected fourth installment of the Toy Story franchise. Is the film worthy of existing after the beautiful finality of the third feature?
This weekend sees the release of Toy Story 4, in celebration of the Pixar sequel, we’re looking back at the previous films. Today we dive into Toy Story 2.
With Toy Story 4 hitting theaters this weekend, we’re looking at the entire franchise. Today we begin with the original Toy Story.
Tonight is the 91st Annual Academy Awards! And all day today we’ll be bringing you a rundown of each category as well as reviews of the nominated films. Next up, Incredibles 2, which is nominated for Best Animated Feature
We have our hands on the list of theatrical releases from Disney, including Pixar films, Marvel films and more.
Disney and Pixar’s long awaited sequel, The Incredibles 2, is officially in theaters. Director Brad Bird and company brings us back into the world of the Parr family with a sequel that picks up where the original leaves off.
*Please note there are some sequences in the film that may cause an epileptic seizure. Just know that going in.
In anticipation for the release of The Incredibles 2, Disney and Pixar have not only released a new poster for the film, but have also announced a Lego video game based on the Incredibles.
Leading up to the 90th Academy Awards on March 4th, we’re going to be diving into as many of the nominated films as possible and taking a look at what their chances are for taking home the Oscar. You can check out our list of where to watch each film here, and see the full list of nominees here. Today we’re continuing things with a look at “Lou,” which is nominated for Best Animated Short.