Rotten Tomatoes: 102 Dalmatians (2000)

  • . SYNOPSIS Glenn Close returns as the malicious fur-collecting fashion plate Cruella De Vil in Disney's 102 DALMATIANS, the highly anticipated sequel to the 1996 live-action blockbuster
  • . Everyone's favorite real-life Disney princess continues branching out into more adult roles; her latest is "." 31% 31% Reviews Counted: 85 26 59 4.4/10 "" ( 1-35 ) of 85 , sorted by last name z-a Page > | "I feel cheated
  • . I'd question the wisdom of the MPAA in granting the movie a 'G' rating." --, "The 1996 film apparently made enough money that Disney couldn't resist going back to the well once again, even though the water wasn't so fresh last time, and by now it's downright stagnant." --, 30% Rating: Rotten Avg

    20, 000 Leagues Under the Sea
  • . Some of those problems were solved in 1954 when Disney produced its version, directed by Richard Fleischer, one of the very first films shot with the use cinemascope technology
  • . 20, 000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA is embodiment of Disney at his best - family entertainment that superbly uses brand-new wonders of film technology

    Rotten Tomatoes: Paycheck
  • . Everyone's favorite real-life Disney princess continues branching out into more adult roles; her latest is "." 28% 28% Reviews Counted: 137 38 99 4.7/10 "" ( 1-35 ) of 137 , sorted by last name z-a Page > | "A terribly muddled mess." --, "Clearly, the whole cast was here simply to collect – yes, you guessed it – a pay cheque." --, "Desperdiça uma ótima idéia em prol da ação descerebrada." --, "As soulless a film as Woo has made." --, "The first third builds up suspense through dialogue, plotting, ambiguity

    Allwatchers Review - The Parent Trap
  • . If you loved that Disney classic, you will surprisingly appreciate the remake as well


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  • . Harvey Karten --- Review by 3½ stars out of 4 The spunky Lindsay Lohan, the lead in Disney's remake of THE PARENT TRAP is one of the best new actresses in years
  • . In the story, two twins, Hallie Parker and Annie James, both played by Lindsay Lohan in a seamless bit of Disney magic, are off to the same camp

  • . Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures It never fails to amaze me that something as essentially light and pointless as Disney's remake of The Parent Trap can clock in at over two hours in length
  • . I'm not sure how or when the first The Parent Trap was elevated to the Disney- proclaimed status of "a classic, " since it's just another dated example of the family-friendly, creatively-barren pabulum that the studio turns out with regularity
  • . Now, with a completely new cast and the remake team of Meyers and Shyer ( Father of the Bride, ) behind the camera, Disney is once again engaging in a process that their live-action division thrives on: self-cannibalization
  • . Of course, that isn't how Disney wants us to think about these two, but cheerful performances by Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson can't obscure the basic facts
  • . The Parent Trap is another lackluster entry into Disney's ever-growing library of unnecessary remakes

    TV Guide Online: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
  • . Burton's background as a Disney animator is perfect for the film; he gives PEE-WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE a wonderfully cartoonish look through design, lighting, and camera angles

    DVD Movie Guide: Pete's Dragon
  • view of the film and digitally remastered DVD version.
    Title: Pete's Dragon (1977) Studio Line: Disney - Brazzle Dazzle Brilliance! Now the fully restored Pete's Dragon is available on DVD! A playful blend of live action and Disney animation, Pete's Dragon is a heartwarming musical adventure filled with thrilling plot twists! Pete, a young orphan, runs away to a Maine fishing town with his best friend -- a lovable, sometimes invisible dragon named Elliott! When they are taken in by a kind lighthouse keeper, Nora (Helen Reddy), and her father (the legendary Mickey Rooney), Elliott's prank playing lands them in big trouble
  • . This fun-filled Disney classic, with its Oscar-nominated soundtrack and wonderful story about the value of friendship, is the perfect DVD for the whole family! Director: Don Chaffey Cast: Helen Reddy, Jim Dale, Mickey Rooney, Red Buttons, Shelley Winters, Sean Marshall Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Original Song Score; Best Song-"Candle on Water", 1978

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    Filmtracks: Pirates of the Caribbean
  • . Filmtracks Editorial Review: Badelt Zimmer Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl : (Klaus Badelt and co.) When popular action producer Jerry Bruckheimer was announced to be making a film adaptation of the legendary Disneyland theme part attraction, fans of the swashbuckling genre erupted with hope and anticipation
  • . Having proven his larger-than-life action scoring abilities with a range of films from Back to the Future to The Mummy Returns , Silvestri was well-qualified for the job, especially having worked with Disney in recent years
  • . Disney presented Hans Zimmer with enough money to unleash his Media Ventures artists on the project, restraining his own contribution to some synthesizer programming and consultation
  • . It immediately begs the question: Did none of these two dozen men at Media Ventures actually walk across town and get on the ride at Disneyland? Certainly, Zimmer and Badelt both made their journey from Germany to America long enough ago to spare a few moments on the classic ride in Anaheim

    Mooviees! - Pirates of the Caribean
  • . Running Time 2 hours, 23 minutes Country Studio Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Walt Disney Pictures Other Titles • Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl • The Pirates of the Caribbean • Pirates of the Caribbean Movie Photos Awards Won 2004 BAFTA Award for Best Make Up/Hair Won 2004 MTV Movie Award for Best Male Performance Nominated for 2004 Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role Nominated for 2004 Academy Award for Best Makeup Nominated for 2004 Academy Award for Best Visual Effects Sign up for our Newsletter! Movie news in your email: Your Name: Your E-Mail Address: Sign Up Genre: , , , , Ghosts, Swashbuckler, Sea, Pirate, Love, Kidnapping, Gore, Thieves, Vampires, Zombie, Fantasy, Cult Classic Tagline: Prepare to be blown out of the water
  • . Plot: Loosely inspired by the time-honored Disney theme-park ride, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL is a swashbuckling high-seas tale directed by Gore Verbinski
  • . Monday, Jun 19, 2006 Walt Disney Pictures has released new stills from Gore Verbinski's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest", flying into theatres on July 7th 2006

    eFilmCritic: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  • . Raised eyebrows can be understandable since the title and what can be referred to as a premise stems from the classic ride at the Disney theme parks on both coasts
  • . Disney’s Mission to Mars film shared the same name as an extinct attraction at the parks
  • . Anyone who can boast association with Disney’s Aladdin, Small Soldiers, The Mask of Zorro, The Road to El Dorado and Shrek is worthy of our attention
  • . Thanks! Your Name: Your Comments: Your Location: (state/province/country) Your Rating: RECENT COMMENTS FROM THE EFC USERS USER NAME: COMMENTS RATING film geek itz a real deal and u should watch it cauz itz juz swash buckling Awesome Peggy Doty Can't wait for the next one Awesome Kcaj The most violent and scary disney film
  • . Gillette: Damian O'Hare Pintel: Lee Arenberg Ragetti: MacKenzie Crook Murtogg: Giles New Walt Disney Pictures Presents A Film Directed By Gore Verbinski
  • . "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" is "based on" the theme park ride at Disney World, which I have taken many times


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  • view of the 2003 movie, "Peter Pan."
    Peter Pan Most people, for better or worse, believe that the classic 1953 Disney animated version of Peter Pan is the definitive version
  • . Like most other Disney films based on old stories or fairy tales, they tended to sanitize certain elements

    Filmtracks: Peter Pan
  • . Barrie, originally becoming famous as a stage production, has more recently inspired a 1953 animated Disney movie, a Broadway play, television spin-offs, and a 1991 Steven Spielberg sequel (of sorts)

    IMDb: Peter Pan (2003)
  • . I've always loved the story of Peter Pan; I grew up watching the Disney and Mary Martin versions, and always thought the story to be one of undeniable power and beauty
  • . Jeremy Sumpter also did a fabulous job as the title character, Peter Pan, and I thoroughly disagree with those who proclaim his performance as "wooden"; in my opinion, he captured Pan's eternally childlike spirit perfectly, and the chemistry between him and Miss Hurd-Wood was very real and something that was sadly missing from both the Disney-fied version and the stage versions which have cast women in the role of Peter Peter Pan
  • . If prosaic features like this are a sign of what can be done by a live cast, perhaps we'd be better off renting the tape of Hamilton Luske's 1953 Disney cartoon starring Clyde Geronimi and Wilfred Jackson

    Future Movies: Peter Pan
  • . Watching the Disney cartoon again proves to be a far more appealing option

    Rotten Tomatoes: Peter Pan
  • . 76% 76% Reviews Counted: 131 100 31 6.8/10 "" ( 1-35 ) of 131 , sorted by last name z-a Page > | "The kind of whiz-bang extravaganza that's OK for the under-12 set but might be a something of a slog for anyone older." --, "It's not colourful, it's not fun, it's just a gaudy mess of bad aesthetic choices and cruddy CGI." --, "To its credit, this one has its share of magical moments, even if they don't quite hit the highs of the Disney version." --, "Like all good Christmas presents, Peter Pan keeps the best parts beneath the wrapping; dig deep enough, and it will reward the effort." --, "Don’t get caught somewhere in the middle, wandering around Neverland without a fairy guide." --, "...deliciously dark..." --, "This isn't funny, exciting or (dread word) relevant enough for most modern children, and parents in search of innocent nostalgia may find themselves more alarmed than charmed." --, ""It has the spectacle of a true holiday classic that will endure longer than the musical animated version." " --, "As smart and definitive a version as we're likely to see for a while, which is fine, if only because it casts an actual child actor instead of a creepy female man-child." --, "It is not a film for the ages, nor [is it] the definitive presentation

    Rotten Tomatoes: The Princess Diaries 2 - Royal Engagement
  • . " --, "Ardent fans of the first film will be royally disappointed in Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement ." --, "Princess Diaries 2 charts the selfish quest of a 21-year-old American to have-it-all." --, "Toy tiaras for orphans! (the first one's always free)...Another day, another dollar for Disney's lucrative business of breeding...ever-longing dream princesses." --, "Still going strong at the respective ages of 69 and 68, director Garry Marshall and his singing co-star Julie Andrews are the true royal couple of this straightforward sequel." --, "Constantly opts for contrived cheesiness, slathering on the cuteness with a trowel." --, "A prime example of the "sequel slump"" --, "This threadbare sequel takes a page from such revisionist fairy tales as Shrek and Ella Enchanted , movies that assume we've grown so weary of the same old Cinderella story that they go out of their way to invert the formula." --, "All is Disney and cute and up." --, "In a typical big, crappy summer movie, you sometimes feel the filmmakers’ disinterest in the audience, but in The Princess Diaries 2 the feeling is more like contempt." --, "Bland and canned, the sequel disappoints repeatedly, not least in its uses of the first film's energetic supporting players." --, 37% Rating: Rotten Avg

    Roger Ebert: The Princess Diaries
  • . » » movie times Search for: Within: of Zip code: about us » » » » on sale now » » » | The Princess Diaries (G) Ebert: Users: The Princess Diaries BY ROGER EBERT / August 3, 2001 Cast & Credits Queen Clarisse: Mia: Joe: Hector Elizondo Lilly: Lana: Helen: Walt Disney Pictures Presents A Film Directed By @CallCenter