The next installment of the Disney Odyssey is an animal-centric movie, which means only one thing: the return of famed big game hunter and animal rights activist.... Professor Gordon! For this momentous occasion, we also invited comedic genius Andy Huttel to join us - and thus the meeting of the bearded gingers was begun. Both Bill… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #32 – Life is a Circle, and Revenge Happens Naturally
This is it, folks. The moment we've all been waiting for... well, most of us, anyway. The first Disney princess movie in thirty years (since Sleeping Beauty). The first movie of the Disney Renaissance, heralding the utopian years of the 1990s when every film was a musical, every film was made of gold, and the… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #28 – Every Single Bubble In This Movie Was Drawn By Hand
HERE WE ARE. London 1896. The fog permeates every corner of the omnipresent darkness. The cobblestones are slick from an earlier rain. The gaslamps flicker and cast long shadows on every brick building on the street. The greatest detective alive is on the prowl for clues to his latest case... and no - it isn't… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #26 – Stand Back, Dawson, I’m Going To Try SCIENCE!!!
Not going to lie, this is one I've been dreading a little bit. Pop culture and my foggy childhood memory tells me that The Fox and the Hound is simultaneously one of the most adorable and the most gut-wrenchingly sad Disney movies of all time. Possibly one of the saddest movies ever - although TIME thinks Dumbo and Bambi are… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #24 – We’ll Always Be Friends Forever, Won’t We? WON’T WE?!
Winnie-the-Pooh is one of those things that transcends even the Disney juggernaut - young and old alike all across the globe relate to Pooh Bear and his friends - Eeyore and Tigger in particular has enjoyed a hefty celebrity status beyond their cartoon and storybook origins. To return to Pooh Corner (for the first time… Continue reading Disney Odyssey #22 – Heffalumps, Woozles, and A Distinct Lack of Literacy