Of all the moral panics from the last half century, Dungeons and Dragons is one of the most inexplicable to me.
It’s actually kind of remarkable how little works in The Man with One Red Shoe.
Whether Splash earns a thumbs up as opposed to a thumbs sideways depends entirely on whether you, personally, would welcome a nude 24-year-old Daryl Hannah running up to you and kissing you.
Temple of Doom is the fever dream iteration of Indiana Jones, every scene and detail and character turned up to a nightmarish 11.
Out of all of the stupid, horrible Frozen spinoff shorts… this might be the most tolerable!
They used to occasionally show us these kinds of documentaries in high school and college classes (probably when the teacher had a hangover).
The massive popularity of its warmer sequel and the meme-ification of some of its most famous lines had me ill-prepared for just how much of a techno-nightmare this film is.
The big weakness of Toy Story That Time Forgot is also the thing that makes me resent it less than some other Toy Story shorts: It centers around a Toy Story character for whom I have no strong affection, Trixie voiced by Kristen Schaal.
If you were to ask me what the ideal format for a post-Toy Story 3 short would look like, it would come pretty close to Toy Story of Terror!
The best thing you can say about Lamp Life is that it has some of the world-class photorealism CGI deployed in Toy Story 4.