Reviews

Amy (1981)

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Vincent McEveety isn’t an unfamiliar name when it comes to live-action Disney films. He’s directed about a dozen or so of them, some enjoyable and some not so great. Today, we take a look at the last theatrical live-action Disney film he directed, Amy. Apparently, this film was originally intended to be released as a TV film, but Disney decided to release it theatrically. Was it just that good? Keep on reading to find out!

And remember, SPOILERS AHEAD!

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Reviews

Magic Camp (2020)

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Magic Camp is a film that I’ve been following for a while. The film was announced years ago even mentioning that Steve Martin was going to be involved in the writing at one point. It was then set for a 2018 theatrical release before being pulled from the release schedule entirely. Eventually, it was decided to debut the film on Disney+ (sans Steve Martin as a screenwriter though). Based on the trailer as well as what I knew of the story, I got Heavyweights vibes from this project. What did I think of the film after finally watching it? Read on to find out!

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Misc.

7 Years!

Today is the 7th anniversary of this blog! I started my journey through the live-action Disney films on August 12, 2013 with Oz: The Great and Powerful. I’ve covered a lot of ground, but still have a ways to go until I complete the entire filmography.

I want to thank you all for all the support you’ve given me over the years, both those of you who have been here since the beginning as well as those of you who have only discovered my blog recently! Thanks so much!