Based on the iconic ride at Walt Disney World, Jungle Cruise tells the story of Dr. Lily Houghton (Emily Blunt), a scientist determined to search for a tree with healing properties in the Amazon. She employs the services of Frank (Dwayne Johnson), a local skipper, to help her make the journey. From the beginning, this… Continue reading Jungle Cruise
I recently read an article from the Los Angeles Times about Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+. Believe me, it’s enticing, but do we really need another steaming service when we already have so many? I’m not saying one should have a monopoly or people shouldn’t have choices, but does one person really need to have… Continue reading Too Much Streaming
Aladdin is the story of an orphaned thief who finds a magic lamp and uses its power to win over the princess of Agrabah, while trying to keep it out of the hands of those who want to use its power for evil. The movie actually begins as a frame story with Will Smith as… Continue reading Aladdin (2019)
Dumbo is the story of a young elephant that helps breathe new life into a traveling circus with his ability to fly thanks to his unusually large ears. But not everything about the circus is as bright and shiny as it seems on the surface. This being one of his less frightening movies, scraggly and… Continue reading Dumbo (2019)
So, I came across this article by way of another article that Google shoved in my face. Somehow it knows I’m really into Mary Poppins and Emily Blunt lately. I know I shouldn’t be surprised, but it still feels like my guilty pleasure is on display or something. It could be worse, I suppose. Anyway,… Continue reading Where do we draw the line?