“Aladdin” is one of the better recent Disney live-action remakes, but it is still silver next to gold when compared to the 1992 animated film.
Disney’s remake of “Dumbo” presents a positive view of family but is hindered by Hollywood’s ardent devotion to political correctness.
For a film about love and bravery, “A Wrinkle in Time” turns out to neither love its source material nor demonstrate courage in its execution.
The new, live-action film includes some show-stopping musical scenes as well as some blatant homosexual references.
The remake of the 1967 classic Disney cartoon is the kind of high-quality film audiences expect, but it might be too intense for young children.
Building on the original film’s story of complementary parts making a whole, and how a change of perspective can help, the sequel again focuses on themes of friendship, loyalty and acceptance.
Christian viewers may want to ask, “Are personal evil deeds permissible providing something evil is being avenged?” writes reviewer Rev. Ted Giese.