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From Snow White to Star Wars, it's all here. In-depth reviews of the Disney films where we break down every film and ask three questions. What is the iconic shot? Does it achieve a moral or emotional aim? Does the film hold up? Plus theme park news and live dining reviews. Its the Disney Magic Hour!

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This week Melyssa and Laura sit down to discuss the issue of Thor as he was handled in Endgame. Not just his body size but also his mental state and how this movie tried a bit to handle two very difficult issues in a deeply loved character... more

After a decade of storytelling we have finally come to Marvel's ENDGAME. I don't think much other explanation is needed here. There is a bunch to discuss that stretches into the entire MCU library so let's go. ENDGAME. SPOILERS.... more

A small crew is here to discuss Star Wars Celebration Chicago 2019. We talk Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker, The Mandalorian, Clone Wars Season 7, Sisters of the Force, In Conversation with Alan Tudyk, It's a Maulvulous Life,... more

Melyssa, Adam, and Ed discuss the Tuesday morning fiasco of nabbing Endgame tickets and tell you what Marvel movies you should rewatch prior to the epic that is Endgame. Then they give their thoughts regarding Tim Burton's live-action... more

Stitch? Pooh Bear? Good Lotso? Who is the cutest Disney character according to us? That is what we will decide this week as we are joined by some special guests to whittle down who is the one to cuddle them all. ALSO we discuss the... more

The final step towards MARVEL's ENDGAME hit theaters this week in the form of CAPTAIN MARVEL, the first female led Marvel film. Putting aside that is should never have taken this long to make a female led film, how does the... more

This week we review 1981's heart-aching THE FOX AND THE HOUND which signifies the start of major changes in Disney Animation as new blood enters the studio while the old guard perform their final works. In addition to that we... more

Paramount and Disney once again team up to bring us this week's feature DRAGONSLAYER from 1981. Known best for the creation of the dragon seen on screen, does this fantasy tale hold up? Do the effects, revolutionary at the time,... more

You may not think of it as a ?Disney? film but 1980's POPEYE starring Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall was in fact produced by Disney along with Paramount and Richard Evans Productions. The film has earned a cult status since it's... more

Extra bit of show this week as the Oscar nominations were announced and we discuss the nods under the Disney banner and if they have a shot at bringing some home. Mary Poppins Returns and Black Panther are listed in a number of... more

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