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The Muppets Blu-ray Review

The Muppets Wocka Wocka Value Pack (Three-Disc Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy + Soundtrack Download Card) might be the most highly anticipated Blu-ray of the year for many reading this. This site is read mostly by Disney theme park fans, and many (most?) Disney theme park fans are also huge Muppets fans. I number myself among such dual

GIVEAWAY: Win ‘The Muppets’ on Blu-Ray!

Disney’s The Muppets is coming to Blu-ray on March 20, 2012, and in celebration of this glorious occasion, we’re giving away a copy to one lucky reader of DisneyTouristBlog.com, courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment! If you don’t like free things, you can always pre-order a copy of  The Muppets (Three-Disc Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy +

Earbook 2011 Review

Unofficial Walt Disney World ‘Earbook 2011: One Fan’s Review in Pictures by Kevin Yee documents all of the changes and happenings at Walt Disney World in 2011. From the addition of new attractions, like Star Tours: the Adventures Continue, to photos from small test experiences, like the Wilderness Explorers Game, ‘Earbook 2011 is a comprehensive

Lady and the Tramp Diamond Edition Blu-ray Review

Lady and the Tramp (Diamond Edition Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo) is the Spring 2012 release in the Disney “Diamond” line dedicated to restoring and re-releasing Disney animated classics on the Blu-ray format. It is the continuation of the Platinum line that saw many excellent DVD releases, and these spring and fall releases have become some of

Real Steel Blu-ray Review

When the Real Steel Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo first arrived for me to review, my initial thought was, “great, a movie about Rock ‘Em, Rock ‘Em Robots! Just what the world has always needed.” It turned out that it was actually more like one of my favorite episodes of the Twilight Zone. My pre-conceived notions about

Dead Poets Society Blu-Ray Review

Oh Captain! My Captain! Unlike Good Morning, Vietnam, I actually knew more about Dead Poets Society than this famous line. Dead Poets Society has long held a spot on my list of top films. Dead Poets Society centers around Todd Anderson (Ethan Hawke) beginning his first year at a prestigious Welton Academy in 1959 Vermont

Disney Universe Game Review (PS3)

Disney Universe allows players to suit-up for action as some 40-different Disney characters including characters from TRON and Pixar films! The concept of the game is pretty simple, as it’s basically a good versus evil platform-explorer game. Disney Universe’s interactive environments are computerized versions of some familiar worlds from Disney animated (and a few live

Prep & Landing DVD Review

The term “instant classic” gets thrown around fairly recklessly, but in the case of Disney’s Prep & Landing, I think it safely describes the CG animated-special’s place among Christmas favorites. When our review copy showed up, I was so excited to see this special again that I watched the DVD all the way through (special