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007 – the Pierce Brosnan years 4: Die Another Day

One would hope that when a movie franchise reaches both its 40th anniversary and its 20th film at the same time, they’d want to do their best to create the greatest entry in the franchise’s history. Yet Die Another Day, … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 15 – Inside Out

The last few Pixar movies I’ve looked at could all be grouped into Pixar’s own Dark Age of sorts, similar to Disney Animation Studio’s own Dark Age. By no means were any of these movies bad (well, except maybe Cars … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 10 – Up

We’ve reached the exact half-way point in Pixar’s released film catalogue, which also means we’re reaching the end of Pixar’s own Golden Age. It was a period where they earned the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature four times in … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 9 – WALL-E

Even among Pixar’s very creative catalogue of films, WALL-E is unique. For a movie that’s about an hour and a half long, there’s barely any dialogue, telling most of its story through its visuals, sound design and soundtrack. It was … Continue reading

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Disney Animated Movies 37 – Tarzan

With Tarzan, we’ve reached the end of the Disney Renaissance. Usually I talk about the movie’s development or reception first, but for this, I’ll begin with  my personal history with the movie. The movie released in 1999, 14 days after … Continue reading

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