It's no secret.. Like most people my age who grew up with movies like Aladdin and The Lion King in theaters and those two alone would make anyone a fan. But living in Florida, so close to Disney World, probably only helped to further the young fandom. I wouldn't say I'm a Disney addict, or even an active fan, but there's a special place in my heart where I still love Mickey Mouse and am wearing out The Lion King 2 VHS I had. I just wish they would keep their movies much more accessible for people like me who do enjoy what Disney has produced but aren't waiting for it with each new Disney vault opening.
|1. The Little Mermaid|
Disney re-releases sometimes get annoying, at least until they release one of those movies you watched way too much as a kid. Little Mermaid wasn't that movie for me but for most woman I know it was. Seriously for at least 5 girls I know, just mentioning the Little Mermaid would result in a positive response. Let's hope they don't notice this release and I'll have some easy Christmas gifts to give.
|2. This Is the End|
One of the surprise comedies from this summer that wasn't just a hollow excuse to get buddies together to film a movie. I still have managed not to see even though I'd like to have an opinion on this film since so many people really enjoyed it.
|3. The Wizard of Oz|
This 3D re-release makes me just a bit sad. While it corresponds with the 3D release into theaters they should have taken the chance to put out a regular edition. Honestly how many people are looking for a 75 year old film to watch in 3D?
|4. The Croods|
One of those releases from the summer you might have thought died with so much else out to steal its thunder. But instead The Croods made $500 million dollars and generally got a positive critical response. I still doubt most anyone here will be rushing out to grab themselves a copy.