If you know me, you’ll know that I adore Pixar films. My favourite film for as long as I can remember has been Monsters Inc., and I proudly display my Pixar box set on my shelves. I even went through a phase where I’d keep looking at the jobs board on the Pixar website to see if my dream job would pop up, and I’d wait patiently for the day when I could move to LA to start my career at the Pixar studios. Sadly, that day never came. 🙁
Every time Pixar announce a new film, I’m instantly excited. (Unless it’s a new Cars film. Or Toy Story 4. Toy Story 3 ended perfectly, god damn it.) In today’s CinemaScoop post, I’m going to talk about what I thought of Pixar’s latest release, Coco. (I’ll say now, this post – and probably every CinemaScoop post from now – will definitely not be as long as my review of The Greatest Showman. Wow, that was an essay.)
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It’s a miracle… we’re actually getting some sun in the UK!!! We’ve had four whole days of sunshine IN A ROW, which is unheard of in Wales. This is the time when everyone flocks to Barry Island (our closest beach), ice cream is flying off the shelves, and seagulls are in full force. I love it!
When it’s sunny and bright outside, I love to have a summer soundtrack. Music puts me in such a great mood. If I’m out walking the dog, I like listening to music that almost makes me skip and sing along. (I may have actually done so a few times, when there’s no one else around.) In this post, I’m going to tell you why Disney’s Moana is my perfect summer soundtrack!
Hi! I’m Sarah from The Little Contemporary Corner and I’m here to talk about Disney…and books. What else could you want from a guest writer? This post is going to be about the books that I want to be turned in to Disney movies. The likeliness of any of these happening is probably about the same as me going in to space tomorrow, but we can all dream can’t we?