Now available on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, and Digital HD, Pixar Animation Studios’ Inside Out is an animated wonder, no matter how you choose to watch it. I had the chance to see the film again on Blu-ray, along with all of the bonus features, and here’s my train of thought about the experience.
If you saw The Peanuts Movie over the weekend (which hopefully you did), you probably also saw Blue Sky Studios’ new Ice Age short Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe. The short is now available on the Fox Family Entertainment YouTube channel.
After what has seemed like 10,000 years (which can give you such a crick in the neck, as you know), Aladdin, one of our favorite film’s from Disney Animation’s second golden age, has finally been released in the U.S.A. in glorious HD.
Maybe this is the point when I lose some of you—when my odd nineties-geared proclivities prove just a little too much. Nevertheless, I have to be honest with myself and the truth is that this character had me from episode one: “Space. It seems to go on and on forever. But then you get to the end and the gorilla starts throwing barrels at you!” With his response to finding out he is “the most important person in the universe,” Philip J. Fry responds, “Oh, snap,” which somehow perfectly exemplifies my unrepentant fascination with him. Oozing with characteristic Matt Groening humor, Futurama is loud, endlessly thought-provoking and offers some of the most boorish, idiotic, endearing protagonists on television, with the cryogenically frozen delivery boy from New York being my all-time favorite.
Have you ever had the experience of seeing Walt Disney’s original animated classic Fantasia on the big screen? Well, now’s your chance. To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the groundbreaking animated “concert feature,” The Walt Disney Studios is screening the film for a few days this November in select theaters across the U.S.A.