Cars 2

Every Pixar movie is connected. I can explain how, and possibly why. It's a working narrative that ties together all of the Pixar movies into one, cohesive timeline with a main theme.
The critical success of "Finding Nemo" follow-up "Finding Dory" won't be seen until November 2015. In the meantime, no other
Brave is rarely boring but rarely engrossing, a trifling piffle that fails as art and nearly fails at entertainment as well. It may not supplement Cars 2 as the worst film Pixar has yet made, but it clearly qualifies as the most disappointing.
Little did they know that Disney was about to create another spectacular effect. After a confetti explosion, fireworks and
I can't speak for the entire New York Film Critics Circle group, but I made the motion because I didn't believe that any of the year's animated features deserved our award.
Too-big-to-fail corporations and their hand maidens in Congress (and the conservative echo chamber) most certainly pose a far greater danger to our children than a green frog-like puppet.
Puss in Boots 3D is about what you'd expect -- a two-dimensional comedy shown with technology to make you believe you're seeing something you're not. And one of the things you're not seeing -- or, rather, hearing -- is witty dialogue.
This isn't the first reported instance of worker abuse linked to Disney toys. In 2007, a report found that management at
Exactly 25 years ago, a little desk lamp pounced on a rubber ball and accidentally deflated it. The lamp sadly hopped away