A little bit of news, a little bit of history, a whole lot of Disney.
(Formerly [I]Tim's Disney News Archive[/I])
Of the movies released during Disney's second "golden age" of animation, [I]Alice is Wonderland[/I] is my favorite. Lacking the warm, gooey center of [I]Cinderella[/I] or [I]One Hundred and One Dalmatians[/I], [I]Alice[/I] is the most non-Disney of Disney feature films, an episodic farce that piles gag upon gag in rapid succession. You don't invest any real emotion in the
Gather a hundred or so hardcore Disney fans at Anaheim's ESPN Zone for breakfast, add appearances by two Disneyland presidents (the very first one and the current one) and you can be certain everyone will be leaving the event with one thing on their minds.
Seriously, have you ever tried the bacon at ESPN Zone? Actually, you probably haven't. ESPN Zone is just open to the public for lunch and dinner. Breakfast is saved for special events.
Academy Award nominations were announced this morning and [I]Toy Story 3[/I] led the charge for Disney, getting five nominations including Best Picture and Best Animated Feature Film. Tim Burton's [I]Alice in Wonderland[/I] received three nominations for Art Direction, Costume Design and Visual Effects.
There were a few surprises for Disney, as [I]Tangled[/I]
[B]"When people tell you they like 3D, d'ya sorta look at them like if they said their grandfather smoked and he lived until 103?" --[I]Film critic Roger Ebert[/I][/B]
Regardless of what revisionist filmmakers might tell you, there are certain unquestionable truths in movies:
Han shot first.
I'm at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, checking out the latest in high-tech gizmos and gadgets. CES is not only the best place to see what's new in 3D TV's, tablet computers and smartphones, it's also a great place to spot a celebrity or two. Appearing at the Blackberry booth yesterday was none other than fanboy fantasy girl Olivia Wilde, the gal pal program Quorra in [I]Tron: Legacy[/I]. Needless to say, she drew quite a crowd of admiring tech geeks (yeah OK, I like her
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