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  • . Othello in Disney World

    Jabootu's Bad Movie Dimension: Boxing Helena
  • . Is Nick on some weird Disney ride? Oh wait, that's just the camera winding around and around the phone booth

    Cat People
  • . Siegel’s The Reality of Terror , Bodeen recalled the Hillside Theatre preview, telling us that "Val’s spirits sank lower and lower” when the preceding cartoon, an animated Disney short featuring "a little pussycat, ” provoked the audience into catcalls and mewing sounds

    DVD Movie Guide: The Color Of Money
  • view by Colin Jacobson.
    DVD Disney, widescreen 1.85:1/16x9, languages: English DD 4.1 [CC], French Digital Stereo, subtitles: none, single side-dual layer, chapters, rated R, 118 min., $29.99, street date 3/14/2000

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    Hollywood Jesus - ET The Extra-Terrestrial
  • . The famous image of Elliott and ET riding on a bike across the moon is an homage to the final scene of Disney?s version of Peter Pan (1953), where the pirate ship-cloud sails across the moon

    Greatest Films - The Exorcist
  • . (Later, Chris expresses how she despises the film when she describes the movie as "kinda like the, uh, Walt Disney version of the Ho Chi Minh story...") [William Peter Blatty makes a brief cameo appearance as an upset producer, telling the director: "Is the scene really essential? Would you just consider it, whether or not..."] The scene that is being filmed at the Catholic school dramatizes early 1970s student protest that threatens to tear down the historic stone walls of the university Moore's 'Fahrenheit 9/11' Wins Cannes Award
  • . Author: Ken Edwards » » RSS: Subscribe to RSS 2.0 feeds for: » » » » » » » Comments! Feedback! Speak and be heard! Comment on this article or leave feedback for the author Breaking Windows May 30, 2004 07:52 PM : Miramax founders acquired rights to distribute Michael Moore’s controversial movie from Disney

    WWWF Grudge Match: Adrian Cronauer vs. Dr. Johnny Fever
  • . Good Morning Vietnam, Robin Williams, here are those stats in particular so you can see why: Actor Likeability meter: a) Robin Williams: True, he may be to some people the most irritating and annoying person this side o Hollywood, but the one thing Robin has going for him is this: "The Disney Factor"
  • . It's a known fact that 90 percent of the time, if you do a disney movie, people will love you, say your a more kinder and gentler person, that sort of stuff

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    An Homage to Jason Nesmith
  • . Incidentally, can anybody tell me why the last Season of "Hello, Neighbour" has never been shown on British TV?? But it's great to catch the re-runs on the Disney Channel

    Warner Independent Pictures - Good Night, And Good Luck
  • . This year, she finished production on three films: "All the King's Men, " and two independent films, "The Dying Gaul, " which will be released in November 2005, and "The Woods." She also co-starred in Disney's box office hit "Miracle" and returned to the stage in Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire." JEFF DANIELS (Sigfried "Sig" Mickelson) After attending Central Michigan University, Jeff Daniels later joined the Circle Repertory Company in New York and, soon after, performed in Corinne Jacker's "My Life" with the late Christopher Reeve and William Hurt
  • . 9, " he then appeared in three independent art-house features: "Inside Monkey Zetterland, " "Ethan Fromme" and Alan Rudolph's "Equinox" before following up with a role in the Disney family comedy, "Holy Matrimony." He returned to Disney for the animated "Hercules, " for which he provided the vocals for the adult version of the character and has regularly reprised the role for various animated follow-up projects
  • . In 2005, he appeared in the Vin Diesel Disney comedy "The Pacifier." GRANT HESLOV (Producer / Co-Writer / ‘Don Hewitt') See About the Crew TOM McCARTHY (Palmer Williams) Tom McCarthy has been a regular on television, making notable appearances on such popular series as "The Practice", "Ally McBeal" and "Spin City"

    Yahoo! Movies: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • . Or Movie Lists This movie appears on these lists • by • by • by • by • by Release Date: April 29th, 2005 (wide) Release Date Note: (2/17/05) After long being scheduled to go up against on May 6th, Disney has bumped the date up a week to April 29th, 2005, where this sci-fi comedy romp will go up against instead
  • . MPAA Rating: PG (for thematic elements, action and mild language) Distributor: Touchstone Pictures Distributor Note: (6/17/03) This project got its start at Touchstone Pictures (Disney), but is currently not officially attached to that studio, though Disney still has a "first look" deal on it before Spyglass can shop it to other studios
  • . (10/14/03) It's back at Disney again
  • . (11/12/04) The film is being released under the 'Walt Disney Pictures' banner
  • . 3/16/01 - reports that Jay Roach is off this project, after a long time of trying to get it going at Disney
  • . The good news is that it is apparently no longer out of turnaround, with Disney looking at Michel Gondry, a commercials director whose debut, , is one of the most anticipated films of this coming fall season

    The Z Review: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • . Thursday 12th February 2004: Hithchiker's Guide to the Galaxy Update: Disney have signd up UK FX house Cinesite Europe to provide the 300 FX shots required for Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • . Disney were having problems understanding the script from reports, and what the motivation of the characters were
  • . I think this is one of the reasons that Disney maybe put Hitchhiker's on the back burner and used the much talked about strikes this year as an excuse to not make the movie


    Killer Movie Reviews: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

  • . And, to return to my harping on it, why was the reference deleted about Beeblebrox being the best bang since the big one? Because this is a Disney film? THE HITCHHIKER’S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY was 23 years in the making

    Future Movies: The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
  • . They approached distributor Disney with their interpretation of the project, got the green light and entrusted screenwriter Karey Kirkpatrick (Chicken Run) to polish Adams prematurely abandoned work

    Entertainmentopia: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • ich Becker's review of the film.
    Entertainmentopia_5 Saturday, 01-Jul-2006 06:25:23 EDT Entertainmentopia \ Menu Main Sections Reviews Originals Divisions Information Movie Review: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Studio: Touchstone Pictures (Walt Disney Co.) Producers: Robbie Stamp, Jay Roach, Nick Goldsmith, Jonathan Glickman, Derek Evans, Gary Barber, Douglas Adams Director: Garth Jennings Starring: Sam Rockwell, Martin Freeman, Mos Def, Warwick Davis, Alan Rickman, Zooey Deschanelas, Bill Nighy, John Malkovich Ive been waiting a long time to write this review, and Im happy to report that if you stopped reading this now and wanted to know what I thought in a word, the answer would ultimately be: 42

    The SF, Horror and Fantasy Film Review: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • . With Touchstone (Disney) as its distributor, this is also clearly a Hitchhiker's Guide that has been retooled for the American market

    Moviegeekz: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • . The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005) Grade: C- Directed By: Garth Jennings Written By: Douglas Adams Karey Kirkpatrick Starring: Sam Rockwell Martin Freeman Mos Def Zooey Deschanel Bill Nighy John Malkovich Alan Rickman’s Voice Studio: Disney The overweight, greasy, introverted me of 1984 gives this movie a B-

    The Village Voice: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • xed review by Jessica Winter.
    movie: location: time: by Nina Lalli by Tricia Romano • • • • • • • voice columns: more in The Motel Superman Returns ; The Devil Wears Prada Afro-Punk Weekend Click VOICE Giveaways Little Man A Scanner Darkly The Pretenders And IV Thieves Treason Arts & Culture click links to win! Mostly Harmless Galaxy quest: Disney waters down sci-fi classic, turning radical wit into not-so-deep space by Jessica Winter April 26th, 2005 11:19 AM Whumpf: Def, Freeman, and Rockwell photo: Laurie Sparham The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Directed by Garth Jennings Touchstone Opens April 29 Radical atheist and devout science geek Douglas Adams died of a heart attack at the ridiculously early age of 49 in May 2001
  • . Studiously harmless, Disney's long-in-development film rendition pasteurizes the book's renegade verve with typical means: special effects and gooey romance

    The Irish Times: Star Trekking
  • . "I was involved in the original sale of the film rights to Disney back in 1997, " says Stamp, once Adams's partner in multimedia company The Digital Village

  • . 5's Disney Indy Figure Pics of some of the newly release Disney Indy figures over at
  • . The figures are $8 a piece, but are only available in a Disney park
  • . New Disney Indy Figures According to, a second wave of Disney Theme Park exclusive figures will be produced: Indy, Marion, Cairo swordsman, German mechanic, and a Nazi (it's not clear which one from the pic)
  • . I was just at Disneyland last week (Indy ride 5 times, woo hoo!) and I saw that they were out of the 4" Indy figure so there is definitely a demand that this line should satify
  • . Shut Yo' Mouth! A new Disney project written by Tyger Williams (Menace II Society) tentatively called Indiana Jackson will cast recording artist in a comedy where Jackson adventures to Ethiopia on a quest to find the Staff of Moses
  • . In addition to the previously announced line of Disney Indy figures and vehicles, Adam McDaniel, my fellow judge, has donated a print of his latest Indy art, Indy XX (pictured at left) @CallCenter