To call this a Halloween poem would be too easy.
Kyle Benson challenges this common saying and shows how it hinders rather than helps relationships.
Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War Women’s Activewear launches at Kohl’s Stores and Kohls.com this month!
The princess/superhero culture does more harm to your kids than you think.
“Jonathan’s Circle—An Elemental Brotherhood Weekend,” taking place June 1-5, 2016, in Orlando, FL, during “Gay Days” at Disney, also known as “Friendship Week.”
Once upon a time, Sami Jankins decided that she wanted Mr. Real instead of Prince Charming.
For those curious how animation techniques have changed over the years, here is an inside look.
It’s not everyday you see your favorite disney character riding down the street on his magic carpet…
The Happily-Ever-After routine has ruined our idea of successful relationships because it has ruined our ideas of success.
See Arlo interact with some new friends and the bond between him and his pet SpotDisney struck gold when they joined with Pixar. In their partnership they have made a lot of amazing films like Up, Monsters Inc. and Cars. With every new film they make somehow they make it with more heart, action and new…
Jessica Lahitou on some of the pervading notions on a romantic, ideal man, and how they surface and can be explained in Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of the classic “Romeo and Juliet”.
A new live action version is coming to theaters in 2016 and will be directed by Jon FavreauThe Jungle Book has been told in a number of ways in film. The version people are most familiar with is the animated movie done by Disney many years ago. But there was also a live action version that starred Jason…
“This is not just a kid’s movie.” says Raymond Bechard. “It explains why we need all our emotions, even the “bad” ones.”
Is Disney really the apex of the father-child experience? Or does lots of love and innovation work just as well?
Raymond Bechard looks back to try to discover when and why we lost all hope—and how we can press the ‘reset’ button without annihilating ourselves in the process.
Mike Berry doesn’t just watch a movie. He finds the messages every parent needs to hear.