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The Top Ten Disney Movies

28 December 2010 11:14 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Christmas is usually a time for family, and what says family more than a good Disney movie? Well in the spirit of the season, the BFI screening 50 of Disney’s classic movies and the release of Disney’s latest movie Tangled, myself and Blogomatic3000’s McM Expo reporter Vicki have complied our Top Ten Disney Movies of all time – and we’re not just limiting ourselves to the classic animated movies either, so be prepared for some surprises.

As always – Don’t agree? Or think we’ve missed out a great Disney movie? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

Kat’s Top 10:

10) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

9) Sleeping Beauty

8) Hocus Pocus

7) The Mighty Ducks

6) Peter Pan

5) The Princess Diaries

4) The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

3) Rocket Man (1997)

2) The Lizzie McGuire Movie

1) Recess: School’s Out

Vicki’s Top 10:

10) 101 Dalmatians

9) Pocahontas

8) The Aristocats

7) Basil the Great Mouse Detective »

- Kat

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8 Terrible Cinematic Birthdays

23 December 2010 9:25 PM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

I'm not one to toot my own horn, but my loyal readers here at Shadowlocked may be interested to know that today is my birthday. I'm not going to get into how old I am, but let's just say that I am now the atomic number of arsenic and leave this particular thread of conversation on that joyous note. Anyway, while initially deciding that I would take a day off from the chaotic party life that is Shadowlocked, the writing gnome in my mind took over and thought that the arrival of my birthday might be an enjoyable segway into a list of sorts.

Many movies have had a birthday party scene. Sometimes it's inconsequential filler and sometimes it's a key scene of foreshadowing or character development. Usually it is a festive occasion and a bonding moment between family and friends. But now and then, it's a clever tool for »

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[DVD Review] Waking Sleeping Beauty

17 December 2010 5:26 PM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

Disney studios are acknowledged today as the pioneers of animation, having made some of the greatest animated films of all time. However, even the greats can go through a slump. Waking Sleeping Beauty is the story a period between Disney’s golden age and the modern era (which began with The Little Mermaid) where Disney was in a rut. This documentary talks about how they pulled themselves out of that low period and recreated themselves for a new generation, despite competition from new animation studios.

Walt Disney came on the scene in the 1930s and quickly established himself as an innovator in the field of animation. He created some of the most iconic cartoon characters ever made and, as the head of Disney Studios; he oversaw the making of such animated masterpieces as Snow White & the Seven Dwarves, Fantasia, Cinderella, Pinocchio, and many others. Disney was the unquestioned king of the animation heap for decades. »

- Rob Young

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Angelina Jolie Anxious To Join Johnny Depp And Tim Burton Team

15 December 2010 7:01 AM, PST | National Ledger | See recent National Ledger news »

Angelina Jolie would love to join the Johnny Depp and Tim Burton "family."The 35-year-old actress has revealed she would love to star in the planned Sleeping Beauty re-imagining 'Maleficent' with Burton at the helm, as well as starring with Depp again following their work on 'The Tourist'.She told MTV News: "It's all new and being discussed, but I loved her when I was a little girl. She was my favorite. Tim Burton, the chance to work with him would be extraordinary." Asked about re-teaming with Depp, she said: "Oh, of course. I think every actor would be open to that. They are such a special team, and so you'd feel like you'd be entering a family that is such a wonderful, existing family." Tim, who has worked with Depp on seven films in the past, has previously revealed he would love Angelina to take part in the project, »

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Delving Into Disney and DC Comics

13 December 2010 9:53 AM, PST | CinemaSpy | See recent CinemaSpy news »

#Gift Students of film and pop culture history have had a bumper selection of titles to choose from in the last few weeks. Four documentaries have been released that warrant the attention of anyone with an interest in two of the most enduring and successful enterprises in the entertainment industry: Walt Disney Studios and DC Comics. They might not make it onto the best sellers shelves at your local Best Buy but here at CinemaSpy we believe in bringing worthwhile works to your attention regardless of their commercial appeal. These four films definitely qualify.

Waking Sleeping Beauty

Official Synopsis: Far from a fairytale, Waking Sleeping Beauty is an unprecedented eye-opening look at the conflict, drama and tension that ushered in the second chapter of Disney’s animation legacy – a decade of unparalleled creativity that included The Little Mermaid, Beauty And The Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King. Told by the »

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Jolie wants to work with Tim Burton

10 December 2010 5:28 PM, PST | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

London, Dec 11 – Hollywood star Angelina Jolie says it would be ‘extraordinary’ to work with filmmaker Tim Burton, especially in ‘Maleficent’, his adaptation of fairytale ‘Sleeping Beauty’.

Jolie is quite keen to feature as an evil fairy in the project, reports thesun.co.uk.

‘It’s all new and being discussed, but I loved her when I was a little girl. She. »

- News

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Angelina Jolie keen to join Depp and Burton team

9 December 2010 8:38 AM, PST | Bloginity | See recent Bloginity news »

Angelina Jolie would love to join the Johnny Depp and Tim Burton "family". The 35-year-old actress has revealed she would love to star in the planned Sleeping Beauty re-imagining 'Maleficent' with Burton at the helm, as well as starring with Depp again following their work on 'The Tourist'. She told MTV News: "It's all new and being discussed, but I loved her when I was a little girl. She was my favorite. "Tim Burton, the chance to work with him would be extraordinary." Asked about re-teaming with Depp, she said: "Oh, of course. I think every actor would be open to that. "They are such a special team, and so you'd feel like you'd be entering a family that is such a wonderful, existing family." Tim - who has worked with Depp on seven films in the past - has previously revealed he would love Angelina »

- Jeanie Hamil

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Angelina Jolie keen to join Depp and Burton team

9 December 2010 8:00 AM, PST | Virgin Media - Movies | See recent Virgin Media - Movies news »

Angelina Jolie would love to join the Johnny Depp and Tim Burton ''family''. The 35-year-old actress has revealed she would love to star in the planned Sleeping Beauty re-imagining 'Maleficent' with Burton at the helm, as well as starring with Depp again following their work on 'The Tourist'. She told MTV News: ''It's all new and being discussed, but I loved her when I was a little girl. She was my favourite. ''Tim Burton, the chance to work with him would be extraordinary.'' Asked about re-teaming with Depp, she said: ''Oh, of course. I think every actor would be open to that. .. »

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Angelina Jolie Says She'd Reunite With Johnny Depp In Tim Burton's 'Family'

9 December 2010 3:52 AM, PST | MTV Movie News | See recent MTV Movie News news »

'Tourist' actress in talks for Burton's 'Sleeping Beauty' adaptation 'Maleficent.'

By Eric Ditzian, with reporting by Josh Horowitz

Angelina Jolie

Photo: MTV News

As Angelina Jolie told MTV News in July, Sleeping Beauty was her favorite character as a child, and she relished the idea of potentially taking part in a Tim Burton-directed tweaking of the fairy tale told from the perspective of the evil fairy godmother.

"I would love to," she said of possibly starring in the animated film "Maleficent." "It's all new and being discussed, but I loved her when I was a little girl. She was my favorite. Tim Burton, the chance to work with him would be extraordinary."

By that summer, she'd already wrapped production on "The Tourist" alongside Johnny Depp, who has collaborated with Burton on seven films and is gearing up for work on an eighth, "Dark Shadows."

So, would Jolie »

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Blu-Ray Review: Gorgeous Edition of Disney’s Timeless ‘Fantasia’

7 December 2010 2:43 PM, PST | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – Disney has been slowly opening their vault doors to the world of Blu-ray with amazing releases for “Sleeping Beauty,” “Pinocchio,” “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves,” and “Beauty & The Beast.” The slow release pattern is about to become more of a steady flow as “Fantasia,” “Alice in Wonderland,” and “Bambi” all hit HD in just over three months. “Fantasia” is the first and it’s another beauty.

Blu-Ray Rating: 4.5/5.0

Disney/Buena Vista have released “Fantasia” and “Fantasia 2000” in one 2-movie collection and, since both films also come on DVD, it’s technically a four-disc combo pack. It’s going to be a musical Christmas. Of course, the original “Fantasia” is the draw here (as the less said about the wildly-inferior sequel the better) and it looks good and sounds even better. HD video is often praised but the improvements in audio on Blu-ray are sometimes underrated. Hearing the »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Blu-ray Review: Cronos (Criterion Collection)

7 December 2010 2:18 PM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Prior to receiving Criterion's Blu-ray release of Guillermo del Toro's feature directorial debut, Cronos, I'd never seen the film. Along with Mimic, it was the only del Toro film I hadn't seen as well as the only del Toro film I didn't own. I had, however, heard plenty about it, but most of what I'd heard originated from online sources so, as with most anything I read online, I took it with a grain of salt.

Del Toro seems to have become a bit of a favorite among online movie fans. I always get the impression a lot of his work is looked at through rose colored glasses so I can never tell if what I'm reading is actual opinion or affected opinion. In the case of Cronos this is bona fide del Toro, in line with The Devil's Backbone and Pan's Labyrinth. It's the reason he's achieved such »

- Brad Brevet

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"How to Train Your Dragon" Dominates Annie Awards Nominations!! See Complete List!

6 December 2010 1:13 PM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

DreamWorks Animation's "How to Train Your Dragon" flew high above competition by nabbing 15 nominations for the 38th annual Annie Awards given by the International Animated Film Society, Asifa-Hollywood. ("How to Train Your Dragon" movie review)

"Dragon," featuring the voices of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, America Ferrara, Jonah Hill, and Craig Ferguson, will duke it out with Universal's "Despicable Me," Disney's "Tangled," Sony Pictures Classics' "The Illusionist," and Pixar's "Toy Story 3" for best animated feature. ("How to Train Your Dragon" interviews)

But there's controversy in the Annie Awards world. The Hollywood Reporter is saying that "Disney and Pixar announced they would no longer participate in the annual awards because of their concerns over how the event is judged."

Apparently, Disney was complaining that the Annie Awards has favored DreamWorks in recent years such as when "Kung Fu Panda" won 10 trophies and beat Pixar's "Wall-e" in 2008.

This year, DreamWorks Animation »

- Manny

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Nominations for the 2010 Annie Awards Announced

6 December 2010 10:00 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Award season is in full-swing, and today the nominations for the 38th Annual Annie Awards were announced. Headed by the International Animated Film Society, the Annies’s recognize the best in the field of animation including best animated feature, television production, commercials, short subjects, video games and outstanding individual achievements. “This has been an unprecedented year for animation, as the high quality of work represented by our nominees will attest,” says Asifa-Hollywood President Antran Manoogian. “On behalf of Asifa-Hollywood, we congratulate all of the nominees and their respective studios.” The Annie’s are usually a fairly good predictor of Oscar gold, with the winner of the Annie for Best Animated Feature matching the winner of the Oscar for the same category 6 of the 9 years the Annie’s have been in existence.  Winners will be announced at the 38th Annual Annie Awards ceremony on Saturday, February 5, 2011. Hit the jump for the list of nominees, »

- Adam Chitwood

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'How to Train Your Dragon' Leads Way with 15 Annie Award Nominations

6 December 2010 9:51 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Nominees for the 38th Annual Annie Nominations were announced this morning with How to Train Your Dragon coming away as the top nominee with 15 noms including Best Animated Feature alongside Despicable Me, Tangled, The Illusionist and Toy Story 3.

Of course, you should probably note that Walt Disney Pictures withdrew from the International Animated Film Society, Asifa-Hollywood earlier this year with Disney-Pixar president Ed Catmull telling Variety, "After more than a year of discussions with the Asifa board, we have regretfully decided to withdraw from the organization and no longer participate in the annual Annie Awards... We believe there is an issue with the way the Annies are judged, and have been seeking a mutually agreeable solution with the board. Although some initial steps have been taken, the board informed us that no further changes would be made to address our concerns."

Much of this was assumed to have to »

- Brad Brevet

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Cinematical Movie Club Goes on Hiatus -- We Need Your Input

6 December 2010 9:27 AM, PST | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Columns, Cinematical

Yes folks -- you read right. The Cinematical Movie Club is going on hiatus.

But fear not! After many months of great flicks like 'Heathers,' 'Deer Hunter' and last week's 'Sleeping Beauty,' the Club is taking a breather to rejig and improve on the format. We want to create a bigger, better and inclusive movie club, and this is where you come in.

We'd love for you to hit the comment section and share your thoughts on the column and what you would like to see happen with it. We've included some questions below to get you started.

1. What do you like/dislike about the column?

2. What would you change/add?

3. Do you like the selection of films, and would you like to be more involved in the selection process?

4. Are you interested in seeing it become more club/community based with more reader interaction? »

- Monika Bartyzel

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New Trailer For Beastly Retelling Of Beauty And The Beast

3 December 2010 4:11 PM, PST | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

There are a few stories that are retold through movies at least once every generation. Think “Cinderella” or “Sleeping Beauty”, or basically any tale that Disney has turned into a successful animated movie at some point. Now we’re getting a young, hipped up take on “Beauty and the Beast” with CBS Films attempt at an edgy teen version of the story, “Beastly”. Now they’ve released a new trailer for the film. “Beastly” stars Vanessa Hudgens (who I can’t differentiate from Selena Gomez, Miranda Cosgrove, or Demi Lovato. I’m pretty sure they’re all the same person), Alex Pettyfer, and one of the Olsen twins. Neil Patrick Harris shows up, playing a blind tutor, which will probably turn out to be the high point of the movie. Kyle Kingson (Pettyfer) has it all – looks, intelligence, wealth and opportunity – and a wicked cruel streak. Prone to mocking and humiliating “aggressively unattractive” classmates, »

- Brent McKnight

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Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis and Darren Aronofksy break down ‘Black Swan’

30 November 2010 5:45 PM, PST | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

hollywoodnews.com: Looking at the ads for the new film “Black Swan,” it’s hard to tell precisely what the film is – a ballet movie, a backstage drama, or a horror flick. According to the cast and crew, the only thing they knew for sure about it was that they had to make it. Hollywood News spoke to stars Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis and director Darren Aronofsky at the film’s recent Los Angeles press day, where they discussed the various challenges of preparing and then putting together this remarkably unique film, and finding a cohesive throughline despite the variety of influences, tones and techniques that went into its creation.

Hollywood News: This has been a project in development for a long time. Darren, can you talk about how you got started on this?

Darren Aronofsky: I’ve been a fan of Natalie’s since I saw her in “The Professional. »

- Todd Gilchrist

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Waking Sleeping Beauty – DVD review

30 November 2010 5:22 PM, PST | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

DVD Review

Waking Sleeping Beauty

Directed by: Don Hahn

Cast: Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Peter Schneider

Running Time: 1 hr 25 min

Rating: PG

Due Out: November 30, 2010

Plot: A documentary about the rise of Disney’s animation studio, from the depths of the early ’80′s to the heights of the mid-’90s.

Who’S It For? Anyone who loved the Disney animation of the late ’80/ early ’90s, like The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King.  So everyone.

Movie:

I reviewed this movie two months ago and my feeling haven’t changed, it’s still good.  Director Hahn was an animator at Disney during this period and brings up the good and the bad about working at the studio.  He reveals the conflict of personalities without looking for scapegoats. I’m more interested in what the DVD has to offer.  The first special feature actually name checks two differences »

- Megan Lehar

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Cinematical Movie Club: Sleeping Beauty

29 November 2010 10:10 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Columns, Cinematical

Welcome to Cinematical Movie Club, your weekly chance to watch great films and chat about them with fellow readers every Monday night. This week's pick: Disney's princess-filled classic: 'Sleeping Beauty.'

When it comes to Disney Princesses, let's face it: Aurora is pretty lame. Love her though we may, she's not exactly a strong figure to fuel the world of 'Sleeping Beauty.' In fact, for a lead character, she has a shockingly small amount of time on-screen, with Wikipedia measuring it as fewer than 18 minutes, if you don't count her time as a baby. Eighteen minutes! She's also the lady who killed Disney's princess world altogether for 30 years, until 'The Little Mermaid' brought the form back in 1989.

Nevertheless, 'Sleeping Beauty' is now one of the most respected offerings in the Disney canon. Though Aurora's face (perhaps unfairly) keeps the story alive in Disney merchandise, »

- Monika Bartyzel

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Cinematical Movie Club: Sleeping Beauty

29 November 2010 10:10 AM, PST | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Columns, Cinematical

Welcome to Cinematical Movie Club, your weekly chance to watch great films and chat about them with fellow readers every Monday night. This week's pick: Disney's princess-filled classic: 'Sleeping Beauty.'

When it comes to Disney Princesses, let's face it: Aurora is pretty lame. Love her though we may, she's not exactly a strong figure to fuel the world of 'Sleeping Beauty.' In fact, for a lead character, she has a shockingly small amount of time on-screen, with Wikipedia measuring it as fewer than 18 minutes, if you don't count her time as a baby. Eighteen minutes! She's also the lady who killed Disney's princess world altogether for 30 years, until 'The Little Mermaid' brought the form back in 1989.

Nevertheless, 'Sleeping Beauty' is now one of the most respected offerings in the Disney canon. Though Aurora's face (perhaps unfairly) keeps the story alive in Disney merchandise, »

- Monika Bartyzel

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