Rooted in this short film about a ball of yarn on her first day of work (yes really!) was my experience as a Black man trying to fit into the corporate world.
“You can’t change who you are!”
The ‘Pixar Short Films Collection Vol 3’ is coming to Blu-Ray I am always impressed by the Pixar short films that have played before many of their movies. It isn’t always clear what is going on at first, but they rarely disappoint. Each one is unique in its own way and they tell some amazing…
Pixar and Disney continue to churn out the hits, this time with the release of Coco.
‘Cars 3’ is cruising to your home tomorrow Cars was a big risk for Disney when it came out. Yet viewers of all ages loved it! The movie spawned two sequels and a number of spin-offs. I really liked Cars 3 when I saw it in theaters. I was more than happy to watch it…
‘Cars 3’ Takes fans on one final intense journey Cars was a really good movie. It had lovable characters, a strong plot, a few surprises, and took viewers of all ages on an amazing adventure. I have not seen Cars 2, but I heard it was not that great. Cars 3 has come and gone…
Sometimes, you watch a movie and then wonder what the heck you just did for an hour and a half.
These are some of the most unusual and mind-blowing fan theories that have ever been discussed online.
Sue Funkhouser explains how to create collisions to spark ideas and build cohesive cultures.
Pixar’s Inside Out has writer John Glass reflecting on his own approach to managing emotions.
Alex Yarde takes a look at some the products he geeked out about most in 2015 Every year I cull through the things I or my kids geeked out about the most and come up with an eclectic list of possible gift ideas, things I either reviewed first hand and loved or would love to…
Does The Good Dinosaur measure up to Inside Out? Casey Cavalier lets us know in this family-oriented review.
See Arlo interact with some new friends and the bond between him and his pet Spot Disney 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…
“This is not just a kid’s movie.” says Raymond Bechard. “It explains why we need all our emotions, even the “bad” ones.”
Mike Berry doesn’t just watch a movie. He finds the messages every parent needs to hear.
For my family, the message of Inside Out happened to be an incredibly well timed—and important—piece of work.