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Jungle Cruise is the latest Disney film based on a theme park attraction. Beloved by many for its laid-back nature and enjoyable sufferable puns, Jungle Cruise is an interesting choice for a film as it’s pretty plotless giving the screenwriters pretty much carte blanche with originating a story. Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, the film was delayed multiple times until finally being released in 2021. Is this a riverboat adventure or more of a beached ferryboat experience? Read on to find out!
Well, 2020 is coming to an end, a fact that most people in the world are happy about. We’re all hoping and praying that 2021 will be a better year. Before I take my usual winter break and resume blogging in January, let’s take a look at the upcoming live-action Disney films coming out next year. Keep in mind that these are only the films with set release dates at the moment and do not include any documentaries, Marvel films, or Star Wars films. Also, since I’m now reviewing Disney+ films, I will be including them in this list. So, sit back and enjoy!
It’s that time of year again wherein I take a break from the reviews until January. Before I go on my hiatus, I’ll leave you with a list of the live-action Disney films set to hit theaters next year that I plan on reviewing here. Let me know which films you’re looking forward to!
(Keep in mind that these are only the theatrically-released live-action Disney films that are eligible to be reviewed on my blog. Hence, there will be no Star Wars, Marvel Studios, or documentary films listed. I also haven’t decided whether or not to review Disney+ original films yet. Finally, keep in mind that these dates are tentative and subject to change. Enjoy!)
Technically, this is actually the 5th film in the series as there were two TV films released before this: Beyond Witch Mountain in 1982 and a remake of Escape to Witch Mountain in 1995. But since my blog is only devoted to the theatrical releases, I only have to review the 2009 film, Race to Witch Mountain.
So, the question arises: Since these Witch Mountain films are somewhat of a success or at least relatively famous, can rebooting the franchise/remaking the film and updating it for a modern audience work? Let’s find out.
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There was a time when Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was in like every film! His popularity was one that made the studios want him in all their pictures, and Disney was no exception. Let’s take a look at the first Disney film that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson starred in!