Reviews

The Strongest Man in the World (1975)

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We finally arrive at the third film in Disney’s “Dexter Riley” trilogy, The Strongest Man in the World! This one, directed by Vincent McEveety, deals with super strength (in contrast to the previous two films which dealt with computer-like brains and invisibility, respectively). Is this film as good as its predecessors? Read on to find out!

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Reviews

Safety (2020)

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We conclude the year 2021 with a live-action Disney sports film based on a true story. I mean, are there any live-action Disney sports films NOT based on a true story? I don’t feel like checking, so I’m sure you’ll let me know in the comments! So without further ado, let’s take a look at the Disney+ film, Safety!

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Swiss Family Robinson (1960)

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In 1812, author Johann David Wyss, published Der Schweizerische Robinson (The Swiss Family Robinson), a novel about a Swiss family who were shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe-style. The first film adaptation of this novel was in 1940 and after having watched it, Walt Disney decided to make his own film version 20 years later. Directed by Ken Annakin, the Disney film has since been beloved by many and its legacy is present in the Swiss Family Treehouse attraction found in multiple Disney parks. What do I think of the film? Read on to find out!

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Godmothered (2020)

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We’ve seen multiple fairy tale revisionist stories over the years with Disney’s Enchanted probably being the best example of them. Last year, director Sharon Maguire gave us another fairy tale revisionist story, this time one focusing on the Godmother figure. Without further ado, here is my review of the Disney+ film, Godmothered!

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