Pete’s Dragon was just released on Blu-ray, and many people are likely to purchase the Blu-ray due to childhood nostalgia for the film. Before doing so, if you’re one of these people, I’d strongly recommend you to rent it first and give it another viewing. It’s not as good as your memory may recollect. In
The Basil of Baker Street Blu-ra…err…The Great Mouse Detective Blu-ray‘s release has intrigued me for a while, as I’ve been wanting to watch this 1986 animated feature since first seeing the excellent Waking Sleeping Beauty, which examined the Walt Disney Animation Studios from its darkest years in 1984 until it was revitalized in 1989 with the release of The
If you have even marginally followed Disney Blu-ray and DVD releases for the past several years, you probably know that this review of the Cinderella Diamond Edition Blu-ray is superfluous. I can’t even recall the last time Disney released a Diamond (Blu-ray) or Platinum (DVD) edition title that wasn’t stellar in just about every regard.
We attended D23’s Magic & Merriment in December 2010 at Walt Disney World. The three day event was held in early December, and overall, was a fun time. In 2012, Magic & Merriment will be two separate 2-day events. This review is of the 2010 Magic & Merriment. UPDATE: We attended again in 2011 and
The Rescuers and Rescuers Down Under 35th Anniversary Blu-ray is the latest 3-Disc Blu-ray and DVD combo pack from Disney. Although one of these films is now 35 years old, the two movies look quite good on Blu-ray. As far as story goes, you’re probably familiar with the story of The Rescuers films by now.
Pocahontas and Pocahontas II is one of the latest 2-movie Blu-ray sets from Disney. Unfortunately, unlike The Rescuers 2-movie pack, only one of the movies here is worth watching. Of course, that movie is the original Pocahontas, which was released at the tail end of the Disney Animation Renaissance, and doesn’t receive nearly the fanfare
The Tigger Movie is one of the 2000s era Disney animated films that didn’t really resonate with audiences as well as the 1990s era films, and for good reason: it’s simply not as memorable or endearing, nor are the story or character development all that good. This is not to say it’s a bad film.
The Aristocats Blu-ray is the latest 2-Disc Blu-ray and DVD combo pack from Disney. As you will read in our Aristocats Blu-ray review, Disney has done well with The Aristocats, giving it true “Special Edition” treatment with a new enhanced digital restoration. More on that later. Given that The Aristocats was originally released in 1970,
Poster Art of the Disney Parks by Daniel Handke and Vanessa Hunt is the latest beautifully crafted over-sized coffee table book from Walt Disney Imagineering that lifts the curtain on an aspect of the creative group responsible for the development and design (among other things) of the Disney theme parks. Rather than creating another title as broad in
Treasure Planet was a flop at the box office, making less than $40 million in the United States despite a budget of over $140 million. Worldwide, it didn’t recoup that budget, let alone its marketing budget. Despite this, many claimed that it was a good film. It hasn’t developed anything close to a cult following,
Disney’s John Carter (of Mars) is coming to Blu-ray on June 5, 2012, and in celebration of the release of this very underrated film, we’re giving away a copy to one lucky reader of DisneyTouristBlog.com, courtesy of Disney! If you don’t like free things, you can always pre-order a copy of John Carter on Blu-ray