Walt Disney has made many people happy over the years. But just like any big company, they have faced controversy and problems. Here are some of the highlights.
After a seemingly interminable Frozen short (“Olaf’s Frozen Adventure”), complete with pointless songs and a vapid story, the curtain finally rises on Pixar’s nineteenth feature film, the lavish ...
In 1958, Disney created a Christmas special for ABC using classic shorts with new bridging animation. This same special has gone on to be a well beloved Christmas tradition in Nordic countries.
Pixar's sublime sci-fi picture propelled the studio into a class above all other contenders. Benjamin Cox talks lovingly about one of his favourite movies ever...
Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich helms this Pixar masterpiece, delivering outstanding animation, memorable music and a story that could move anyone to tears, making it one of the best films of 2017.
Although many Disney heroes are orphans, a lot have parents and in particular, sweet and cute fathers. Here are the cutest dads in Disney's animated classics.
With a profound script, a heartfelt message, well defined characters, and vigorously stunning visuals, Coco is the reason why Pixar dominates in animation. I do believe some Oscar nods are in order.
Main character Disney girls who did not have a boyfriend or husband at the end of their movie, but found an alternative happily ever after.
An educational look at Hua Mulan, the woman who pretended to be a man so that she could serve in the military instead of her father, and who inspired the 1998 Disney film, Mulan.
Many of the fairytales that the Disney company brought to life have very different details and endings.