Alan Tudyk

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Nov 21 2019

Frozen II (2019) – Movie Review

The cultural impact of 2013’s Frozen still resonates six years after its release. Children can be seen dressed up as the film’s heroic sisters on Halloween; its insta-hit song “Let It Go” is performed annually at school talent shows; film geeks are constantly parsing its many references and in-jokes; and even before the sequel’s first trailer dropped, toys […]
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Nov 19 2018

Ralph Breaks The Internet (2018) – Movie Review

(News broke of Stan Lee’s passing as I sat down to write this. RIP, good sir. “Excelsior” forever and always.) Revisiting 2012’s Wreck-It Ralph prior to viewing its sequel Ralph Breaks The Internet (in theaters November 21, 2018) made me think about my own life as a parent. Wreck-It Ralph was a wonderful film about […]
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Dec 13 2016

Rogue One

(Please note: this is as spoiler-free as I can make it, going so far as to not even mention new characters’ names, with action examples being nonspecific and kinda vague. I want you to enjoy this movie as much as I did and remain unspoiled.) As it says in my review of Star Wars: Episode VII […]
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Dec 9 2016

Moana

There’s a running theme throughout all of the latter-day Walt Disney Animation Studios films which binds them all together: empowerment, be it of the female variety, the disenfranchised, or the shunned. Moana is no different, and it once again proves why The Mouse House truly leads the way in creating valuable, universal entertainment. From the […]
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Nov 6 2014

Big Hero 6

(If you read nothing else, know this: stay until the credits are done.) Big Hero 6, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ follow-up to the runaway smash hit Frozen, is awesome. For me, it’s Frozen for boys, an almost anti-Frozen, if you will. Male-centric, non-musical, set in a slightly futuristic landscape, and the main character is poor. […]
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